My “Wendy Williams” Show Experience

You would hardly believe I was only in NYC for only a little over 24hrs with all that I did. I had already planned weeks ago to go to Fashion Week so when I got the email that I had gotten free tickets to the Wendy Williams show I said why not do it all at the same time. Well, I made one of my dreams come true and that was to a live taping of “The Wendy Williams Show”. I got up a 5am yesterday morning to start getting dressed since we had to be there in line by 8am. I got there pretty much on time and there was still a long line. So therefore my seats were at the very top but it was still a great view. Now that I’m home I just looked at the DVR of the episode and I still could see myself. It was a great experience. I never realized how much prep it takes to do a live show. Even though her show is only an hour long show, you’re there in the studio for like 4hrs. just doing outakes, her outfit changes and things of that nature. But the staff is very pleasant and interactive and had us dancing, doing “How You Doin” contest and gave us Twizzlers to keep us content, lol. We couldn’t take pics during the live taping but I got plenty while in the waiting area and after the show:

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Since Torrid was so generous enough to sponsor some of my clothing for the trip, I wore their new “Z. Cavaricci Couture Studded Cuff Jean”. I felt this would be perfect for The Wendy Show since she’s all about “bling”. They matched to-a-tee with my shoes because when you look closely, the have diamond studs on the cuff of the jean  $75

Ashley Stewart Diamond Stud Shoulder Top  $29

Simply Be “Mica Paris” Blazer  $99

Diamond Cuff Sandals   $55  (from Barefeet Shoes)

Spider Ring & Large Pearl Chandelier Earrings: $14.50 each  Ashley Stewart

Bracelet: $5 Earrings Plaza (NYC)

Guitar Purse: Around $50? Lenox Square Mall (Atlanta, GA) 2007