Wendy Williams claims she hopes biopic makes her 'serial cheater' ex-husband Kevin Hunter 'wish he never met her'

Wendy Williams claims she hopes biopic makes her 'serial cheater' ex-husband Kevin Hunter 'wish he never met her'

WENDY Williams has claimed she hopes her biopic makes “serial cheater” ex-husband Kevin Hunter “wish he never met her”. 

The Lifetime movie is set to cover Wendy’s life and career, leaving no stone unturned and giving her a chance to get “revenge” on her former love.

Speaking to TMZ Live on Friday, Wendy, 56, dished the dirt on the upcoming film and revealed making it was almost like therapy. 

Looking fabulous in a black dress, the talk show host said it was “weird to see” some of the scenes play out.

Chatting about the incidences that lead to their divorce, Wendy said: “Kevin was a serial cheat. Kevin would just cheat.”

She went on: “But at the same time Kevin and I fell in love very fast and when I love and I’m devoted and loyal to you that is who I am.

"But when I’m going to get rid of you, when I’m going exact revenge, it’s going to be long, swift, twisted, rusty knife.”

Likening the Lifetime biopic to the blade of the knife, Wendy admitted: “I hope that after he’s watches with his girl, I hope that he alone wishes he’d never met me. I hope he regrets the day he ever met me.”

Fans can watch the Wendy Williams biopic live on cable by tuning in to Lifetime when it premieres on January 30 at 8pm.

Wendy, who shares son, Kevin Hunter Jnr, 20, with her ex, claims to have known about his extra marital activities with the woman for almost 15 years of their marriage.

She told The Jess Cagle Show: "The first time I found out was while I was pregnant with our son on bedrest."

Actress Ciera Payton stars as the outspoken talk show host as the film timelines several different phases of her life – both the good and the bad.

Wendy is also coming out with a documentary, Wendy Williams: What A Mess!, which also premiers on January 30 at 10pm on Lifetime.

The doc revisits her early beginnings as a radio host during the 1980s and 1990s, her foray into television, and her divorce from former manager and ex-husband Kevin Hunter.

Rumors began to swirl that Kevin had been unfaithful and fathered another child in early 2019, prompting Wendy to eventually file for divorce the following year.

The over two-decade marriage came to an end after Williams "plotted to divorce" the 48-year-old after his longtime mistress gave birth.

She said in 2019: “I never thought that I would be in this position. I’m a very forgiving person, but there’s one thing that I could never be a part of, and that one thing happened.”

According to documents seen by TMZ, the pair will sell their Livingston, New Jersey mansion and each receive 50 percent of the profit.

Wendy got to keep their Florida home, while Kevin kept the proceeds of a house in Morristown, New Jersey, that he recently sold.

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