Live from New York City, it’s “The Wendy Williams Show”. Oh yeah! (upbeat music) ♪ Feel it, feel it, feel it ♪ ♪ Come on and mean it ♪ ♪ How you doing ♪ Now here’s Wendy! (cheering) Thank you for coming to my show. (cheering) There they are, my cohosts from the studio audience. How you doing? How you doing? (cheering) I’m doing great. Let’s get started. It’s time for hot topics. (cheering) (upbeat music) It is a very, very sad time for me right now. I need to share something with you. I’m very emotional. Just ride with me on my emotions, okay? Yeah. “Judge Judy” is coming to an end. (audience talking) You’ve seen the story. I tried to do it yesterday. We always run out of time during hot topics. After 25 seasons. Do you realize that’s most of half of our lives? (audience talking) Do you understand this woman has raised us to understand I’m not here for my beauty, I’m here for my smarts. Beauty fades. (cheering) Smarts are for forever. (applause) I don’t know about you. I watched “Judge Judy” at least once a day. (audience talking) Sometimes it’s between the reruns of “The Wendy Show” here in New York. Judy, I watch me before I watch you. But look. (laughing) When we go into commercial at four o’clock I switch over to you and then I come back to me and then I switch over to Harvey and then I come back to you and then me. (laughing) Or sometimes, you know, with the insomnia sometimes, she comes on at four o’clock in the morning. Have you ever seen “Judge Judy”? Yes, four o’clock in the morning. Then you can always check her out like 10 o’clock at night only I’m watching the 10 o’clock news. When they go into commercial, I switch to Judy. She’s been a guest on our show and she whispered sweet nothings in my ear that I will never share with you. I will never share. I will never share. She is the coolest woman. Can we show my favorite shot of Judy? The lingerie? Excuse me. (cheering) Do you understand this woman is 77 years old? She’s been married to Jerry since forever. He’s also a judge. They’ve got children and grandchildren. She makes $50 million a year. (cheering) But she’s retiring and you know what? At 77, my seat would’ve been very warm at that point. Like I don’t even know how you survive to 77, Judy. But you know when I knew you were really, really sassy other than the bikini shot? When you started wearing the ponytails. (laughing) Judy. (applause) And when she came she was sitting on the couch. Jerry was sitting right over there, you know, in the front row. He came afterwards and we took pictures with each other and I was like fanning out because it’s Judy but Jerry and Judy were so gracious. Jerry’s like, “I work out to you on the treadmill “in the morning.” (audience awing) So good morning, Jerry. Good morning, Judy. Here’s the thing, everybody, though, she’s been fighting with CBS. See, I had no idea about this. At 77 years old, I’m not fighting with anyone. (laughing) Though I got it mapped out. I got a soft map in my head about where I wanna be at 77. It’s not gonna be on TV. It’s not gonna be fighting with a network. It’s not gonna be wearing eyelashes and definitely not leaving the house unless I want to. (cheering) Anyway. Apparently what she was fighting with them about is that they own the show. They own all the rights. That’s what the good news is for people like me because I just like to turn on regular TV and I know like CBS would be a fool not to do reruns of “Judge Judy”. She got $50 million a year like clean cash. She doesn’t own the show but she owns more than anybody else in daytime. So you know what I’m saying. I don’t feel sorry, Argentina. (laughing) But here’s what her deal was. Her recent deal was she was doing “Judge Judy”, the $50 million, something like that, but they would also, you know, help her produce her own shows and she has “Hot Bench”, which we like those judges. Yep. She’s got “Hot Bench”. Although, that’s always in reruns. (laughing) Has that show been canceled? I don’t think so. But it’s on everyday. The same episodes though. Yeah. I don’t know I don’t think it’s been canceled. Because you’re busy scurrying. What? Right, here in New York. It comes on at nine o’clock in the morning, yeah. Right. I watch Roseanne and Laurie trying to learn about the news in my office. You go into Marell’s office, he’s got on “Hot Bench”. (laughing) So we watch the “Hot Bench”. She also was working on another drama called “Her Honor”. Now, this is the one based on her life. Mm-hmm, mm-hmm, mm-hmm, mm-hmm. Some other stuff. But CBS apparently was just not paying attention to the other thing, even though it’s in her contract, they weren’t honoring it. So now Judy wants to take over her whole thing. Her new show is gonna be called “Judy Justice”, which is probably gonna be “Judge Judy” except she’s finagling the words probably for legal reasons. It’s gonna be on cable or Netflix. I don’t know unless somebody’s over visiting, I don’t know how to get there. (laughing) So, Judge Judy, I am mourning your loss. I will watch you in reruns. I treasure and I honor you and Jerry, and good luck. (cheering) So Ray J and Princess Love, everyone. No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. They’ve got a very special kind of marriage. They’ve got two children under two. One is only six months. Like three months. Three months, even worse. Right. Because they’re fighting like this? Right.
In front of all of us? Okay, they got like a three-month-old and almost two-year-old together. They’re trying to save their marriage and they’re doing it in a public way. They split last year after Ray J left her pregnant in the car service. Pregnant with a baby in her arms and he decides to get out of the car in the middle of the street. He left her stranded, okay? So she went back to the hotel. Now they’re having a very private conversation for all of us to hear. (laughing) Listen, listen, listen, no, no. Because Princess Love says this is the only way that he will speak to her in such an honest way is if they get on TV. Do you understand what this TV does to some people? Oh. Oh, God. (laughing) Yeah, they’re still alive. (laughing) No, this is our second run with these. Oh.
Mm-hmm. Oh, yes. Real. Mm-hmm. Beautiful. We have a flower refrigerator here. We’re not that fancy, but we’re fancy enough. We have a flower refrigerator. Well, we put the flowers in the refrigerator and then you open up that thing that looks like nose candy but you pour it in the flower. (laughing) You’re gonna stop laughing at me, sir. (laughing) Because only this crowd understands what you’re wearing. Did you get on the subway like that? (cheering) Happy birthday. Thank you for celebrating with us. Yes. Mm-hmm. (applause) (coughing) Anyway. Apparently these two can’t talk in the regular house. They have to have a camera in front of them. So they want you to watch. Take a look. You don’t feel the need to have a serious conversation with me about what happened? You abandoned me. I abandoned you?
You abandoned me. (dramatic music) All you care about is yourself. What was the rest of the stay. I don’t respect you. You’re not listening to what I gotta say. Talk, talk. I didn’t block my one-year-old baby. I expose you. You don’t give a (beep). You keep talking in circles. Then let me talk. I don’t understand why you crying. (audience talking) I don’t understand what’s going on. (laughing) Two kids under two and you’re fighting in front of everybody on Zeus. Well, another place, I don’t know how to go. Unless somebody’s over. They know how to push my buttons and plug it all and then you know, you know. (laughing) Clap if you’re watching. (applause) Very nice, okay. This is a rough crowd. They like to see the demise of relationships. (laughing) How dare you, how dare you! How dare you! I thought you were more sophisticated than that, Byron Allen. Byron Allen over there in the pink. (laughing) Sometimes when I catch the insomnia I wake up and his show is on with the comedians. (laughing) Anyway, look, it’s called “The Conversation”. Ray J and Princess Love. So I guess you’ll be watching. Norman is already planning his snack. (laughing) Yes. March 15th on the Zeus Network. They’ve got everybody. (cheering) Blac Chyna, Tokyo Toni, Ray J, Princess Love, Joseline. Wait, now hold on now, they’ve got some good programming. Yeah. I’m running out of fingers to count. It’s good. Wow, Zeus. I got to get my act together. (laughing) Now, looky here, Drake. I look at a fluke as being something that just happened. A fluke. Because I said to some of the younger people around here. You know, I like to surround myself by people my own age, people older, but people younger. I like an array of people to be my constituency to ask particular questions. I was asking the young ones around here what do you think a fluke is? Because I knew what I grew up on a fluke being. They said, “Oh, a bad thing. “You know, a bad thing.” I said, “Is this already out here in the streets “and I’m missing out on a movement? “I don’t know the word.” They said, “No, people don’t say it, “but that’s what it means based on what Drake did.” I said, “Well, to me, you know, “from the middle school, not the old school, not yet (laughing) “a fluke is a happenstance. “It could be good, or it could be bad.” Like, oh my gosh, I was having the worst day ever. All of a sudden by a fluke, the most delicious sandwich entered into office. (laughing) My day was great. You know, or I went out with this guy, thought it was really gonna work out, but the fluke. He was terrible, you know? You have to do context clues. Remember that? Context clues. (laughing) Did you grow up on a context clue, Norman? Yeah.
Yeah. Sound it out? Right? And then a context clue. Comprehension and all that, right. Of course, of course, of course, of course. We’re civilized. (laughing) Drake fans are calling him garbage for calling his baby’s mom a fluke. Okay, no, no, no. Drake has a new song that’s called “When to Say When”. Okay, in there one of the lines is, “Baby mama fluke but I love her for who she is.” So fans, they dug all in his booty. (laughing) Like who are you calling your baby’s mother? Babies are a gift from God. Like who are you? But you know what? She was a fluke. That was a one-night stand. He rolled up in that probably wasn’t wrapped up. I mean, and that’s a fluke. Drake haters, don’t hate on him. He’s using the word correctly. This was not a relationship. (applause) Looky here, Blac Chyna, you hear exactly what I’m saying. Yes, over there at the end. Mm-hmm. Look here, Blac Chyna. (laughing) Look, look. (laughing) Look. She was a fluke. It might seem harsh and it might seem horrible but they have a son. A son who’s two years old and kids are not a mistake. You know because if you ran up in her and didn’t use a condom, or her booty was just so fat and you were so tossed that you couldn’t control. (yelling) We’re a loose crowd here. I’m very disappointed that we have to use the W’s, but you see the rest, okay? You can see naive Drake seeing her after midnight when nothing good goes down. Susanne. A good one and done. Uh-huh, that’s it. That’s a fluke. Yep, yep. Forgetting about the condoms. Yep. And she was ripe. (laughing) That’s all I’m saying. She looks a lot older here though. Yes. She looks like 45 or something. Yes definitely, definitely.
There. But not in that booty picture. No.
Yeah. She just needs to stand backwards. (laughing) Nope, nope, nope, nope, nope, nope. She’s a neck down. Uh-huh. Or as Brendan would say. No ’cause we learn from the best. Butt a face. You know who our teacher is. Yes. Mm-hmm, mm-hmm, mm-hmm, mm-hmm. Uh-huh, uh-huh. Anyways, fans are defending Sophie and saying she’s there to protect Adonis’s identity. Now I’ve got to say she’s been a really good baby mom. She doesn’t put the boy up on the gram or doesn’t have anything like crazy with him. She stays really quiet, but you know what? That’s because you know he is pealing. He is pealing to this fluke. (laughing) (applause) Yeah, Corey’s coming. I mean, he’s here, he’s here. (cheering) You want your kids to be famous. Well, let me tell you something. This whole Corey Feldman. He’s been singing the same tune as long as I’ve known him and when he comes out here, he’s gonna teach you about you wanna be famous. Uh-huh, uh-huh. The stats are a lot bigger. Well, the rest of it is kitchen table talk but the point I’m making is you listen to Corey because this is how you get done in this greasy showbiz business. This is a greasy ass business. Oops, I’m sorry. (laughing) It is! No, no, no, sorry. (applause) Entertainers, you know, you always get the raw contact in the beginning. I’ve been behind a mic for almost 35 years. Lemme tell you, I’ve been done raw. You know, it’s a thing. But you just want to hold on and survive until you can go back and get them. See, and then you survive and then you’re grown and then you’re like (grunts). But I’m gonna tell you something. (applause) Megan the trainer is another one going through it. She’s 25 now but she was only 20 when she signed her first. Megan, Megan. (audience yelling) (laughing) But you’re here, sir, so you see what I have to deal with. Like I’m out here, I’m sweating. I’m trying to remember stuff. I’m hosting. I’m producing. It’s a lot to remember. A lot to remember.
Yes, it is. And it’s all loud. (laughing) I mean, you don’t see it through the TV, but you know, you through the TV judge me because I say, “Megan the trainer”, I meant Megan Thee Stallion. Okay, okay. (applause) Anyway she’s battling her record label. Look, over the weekend she claimed that she went to them to renegotiate her contract because from the bust out of “Hot Girl Summer” and that’s the first song I knew of her doing. I didn’t know anything before that, you know, but that was everybody’s summer jam. Hell, I think it might be a winter jam. (laughing) You know, but she’s made quite the name for herself but she signed one of those dumb contracts. She got a $10,000 signing bonus. That’s nothing for what she’s achieved for the record label, okay? And then the split according to sources. First of all, the label said, “No, we’re not renegotiating “anything with you.” That’s right. They said, “Not only that, we’re not even going to “release your music. “Nothing.” So this girl is sitting here being an international superstar with that $10,000 signing bonus been gone. It was a 60-40 split. They get 60% of what she makes and she gets 40% but her part of the 40% she had to pay hair, makeup, wardrobe, plane tickets for everybody, the room service. Oh, you wanna stay at the Ritz? You know, not at the motel six? You know what? You know, when you’re a superstar and you’re young you kind of go along. Even when you’re old sometimes if it’s all new to you, you go along with that and you don’t realize until you get your first check from the label and it’s only five dollars. You’re like well hold on now, hold on now. And then they pull up a spreadsheet that says, no, you had to pay for this, this, that, that new Dior dress you wanted. You paid for that and this. All those car service. I mean, you were in LA for five days and you used a car service had it waiting for you 24 hours. You also had security, three of them staying at your house. You had to have a house big enough for them. You paid for the house. You paid for the security. You paid for the car service. This is so disgusting between this story I’m telling you right now and when Corey Feldman comes out here. You better rethink your plan about this business. (applause) I’m just saying. I’m just saying. Like it’s disgusting. Oh, by the way, she is in school. She’s studying medical. Health administration.
Health administration. Yeah, well so she has something to fall back on. It doesn’t make as much money but at least it’s good pension and a steady little job. Not to say she’s gonna be a health administrator. I mean, you know. But here’s what she had to say, take a look. All I did was ask to renegotiate my contract then it became a big old thing. When I signed, I didn’t really know what was in my contract. I was young. I think I was like 20. As soon as I said, “I want to renegotiate my contract” everything went left. Now you’re telling a bitch that she can’t drop no music. Wasn’t trying to leave the label. Wasn’t trying to not give nobody money that they feel that they entitled to. I just want a renegotiation (beep). I just wanna drop my music, man. Free me, tell them. Somebody tell them. Free Megan Thee Stallion. (applause) So. My thought about her making the statement and doing all this is that this is really brave, you know? And I do feel like she’s gonna come out on top, but you gotta pay close attention to the story because she’s not talking just flapping her jaws. This is real. Yesterday she filed a lawsuit against her record label. The judge granted her request allowing her music to drop on Friday. (cheering) Now from what I understand, it’s not a full album. It’s only a couple of songs. I hope the songs are as good as “Hot Girl Summer” because now the pressure is on even more. In order to show them, Megan, you gotta show them through your talent. You know what? Get that degree and stay in school. I like her. I like her. In the meantime, everybody, look, I gotta skedaddle. Well, just from here. (laughing) They gonna pull out the couch and set it all up because Corey Feldman is here. (cheering) So grab a snack and come on back. (upbeat music) Please welcome Corey Feldman. (upbeat music) (cheering) (applause) Hi. This is not your first time at this rodeo. It is not my first rodeo but it’s good to see you back at the show. Thank you, it’s nice to see you again, too, Corey. Thank you for having me. Corey, you’re going in depth with this documentary. Yes. I glimpsed at you on Oz. He says hello, by the way. I ran into him at the airport yesterday. I told him I was coming to see you. Yeah, Mehm and I are real cool. But when I saw you on his show, that’s when I was like hey, I wanna talk to Corey, too. God bless you. Because you’ve been very consistent about this story for years. Tell us about the documentary. Well, basically the documentary is something. You know I put my book out. It became a New York Times bestseller. But unfortunately, we had to change the names in the book. Because? Because the publisher makes you do that. Because?
The publisher has their own lawyers and their legal team vets it out and they say, “We can’t take that risk “so we’ve got to change the names to protect the guilty “or the innocent.” Right.
Yeah. But that was years ago because you came on here to promote that book.
That’s right, that’s right. That was at least. That was almost a decade ago. Almost a decade. Right.
2013. Okay, so look how times have changed now between Me Too and Kids Too. That’s right. Because this is like a Kids Too. Kids Too is the next movement. This is the children’s rights movement and this is the movement that should’ve been put first. So instead we have to bring them now. The Kids Too has been around since the black and white era of TV, you know, before colored TV. There were problems. There were problems, that’s right. So if you go back to the beginning of history of Hollywood there have been rumors of this sort of thing whether it was Jackie Coogan, whether it was Mickey Rooney, whether it was Judy Garland. We’ve heard about these things. Mickey Rooney.
Yeah, yeah. He sang like a bird. That’s right. Nobody listened, nobody took it seriously. So we tried in the book then we tried again when we put out a Lifetime movie that we called “A Tale of Two Corey’s” and again, the producer said, “Oh, no, no, “we gotta change this, we gotta change that. “We wanna throw them off the track.” Yep. So I’ve never been able to get the chance to actually just put it out there, which is why I spent my own money out of my own budget. About how much did you spend? Like what are you spending? Woo, let me tell you. So it started off that the budget was 150,000. As we kept shooting. For a documentary. The budget became 300,000. So at 300,000, that was where we capped it. We finished production. We delivered it to our errors and omissions attorneys and they said, “That’s great. “We can get you cleared for insurance, “but the insurance is gonna be $1.3 million.” So you had to take out an insurance policy on your own life in case something happens to you? I had to take an insurance policy on the film. Oh, okay.
On the film. Not on my life. I’ve got security for that. By the way, look, we have a security force here for Wendy, just for Wendy. But there’s double security here now because Corey has security for himself, his third wife, his son, and your ex-wives. That’s right.
Around the clock. That’s right, that’s right.
Because? Because we’re in danger. You were stabbed. Well, I’ve been stabbed. I was almost run over by two trucks. Muscle trucks.
Yeah. Big monster trucks with the giant bars of lights. That happened literally the day after I went on YouTube and said I’m going to do something about this. As soon as I said I’m gonna do something about this, the next three days were crazy. That’s all in the documentary so you’ll see how it played out. But literally we’ve had countless death threats. You know, again, we’ll be showing all of it in the documentary. People trying to shut you down because you’re trying to expose that kids. Because evil protects itself. Evil protects itself at no cost. That’s a good one. They will go endless lanes to protect the rich and the powerful. We are here to say, “Look, enough is enough. “The kids have got to come first. “We’ve got to bring the truth to the surface.” So this is why I spent my own money. It cost me a hell of a lot, as you know, and I’m not at risk of losing everything including my life, including, you know, my family’s safety and security. So there’s a lot on the table and all I care about is that people have a chance to watch this film and decide for themselves what the truth is. We’re gonna tell you exactly when it’s gonna be on, but let’s go back to Corey Haim. You know, your bestie from childhood. When he was alive, he’s now passed away. He had an overdose or something like that. No, he did not overdose. He actually died of pneumonia and an enlarged heart, but the rumor that came out when he died was that he had overdosed, but the truth of the matter is that he did not overdose. Was he done in? Okay, so we don’t know that. See, that’s another thing. I’m sorry for asking. No, it’s okay. It’s okay because I’m glad you did because it’s better that people hear it from me that he did not overdose. You remember “The Two Corey’s”, everybody. The two Corey’s, thick as thieves. He was my brother and he will always be my brother. That’s what this is about. What happened basically was everybody saw the two Corey show, right? After “The Two Corey’s”, it ended in a big fight, okay? And we were literally not gonna talk for a year. I told him we need to take a year off. We need to just separate ourselves so you can get healthy and I can reevaluate my life and we can come back in a year and see where we’re at. Right.
Okay. So he said “That’s fine, but before we take that break “I’d like to have one last dinner”, okay? So we had one last dinner with my ex-wife Susie and his mom and we all got together. While they were cooking dinner downstairs, him and I went upstairs and we had a private chat in the bedroom.
Okay. During that chat, he said, “You know, man, “one of these days I gotta get this story out. “I gotta tell the story.” I said, “Well then do it. “Write a book.” He said, “I can’t.” Because both of you were products of Hollywood molestation. We had both been molested as children. He was raped physically. I was raped emotionally. You were never raped physically? I was molested so you can call it what you want. So you’re talking in this documentary. Yes. So you’re gonna have to amp up security even more. That’s right. Because on Monday night at 11 o’clock Eastern time it’s going down. It’s going down live all over the world. Global live broadcast. Nobody has ever done anything like this before and the big deal is that I am saying every name that basically affected the two of our lives and we also have other victims talking about their experiences. But the one main name that everybody is waiting to hear like Dr. Oz said, it was startling to hear it out loud. It is a name that everybody on the planet knows. No, you whispered it to Oz. You didn’t say it on Oz. I didn’t hear you say it on Oz. No, he watched a preview of the movie because we did like a whole thing where we watched it together. And then Oz watched it and saw Corey as being a credible person because Oz has his own vetting team. That’s right. Then researched everybody and what he found is the people that Corey was naming, they’ve had past. Allegations.
With children and things like that.
That’s right. Corey. You’re speechless. I’ve never seen you speechless. This is a big deal. It’s scary. It’s very scary. I thank you so much for being strong enough to support this. God bless you. I’m praying for you. I love you, thank you. No but I’m frightened for you. You only got you and her against the world. It’s scary, it’s scary, but you know what? Things are changing, Wendy. Things are changing, and you know why? Because now I’m on a panel at SAG. I’m working with a lot. What’s SAG?
SAG, SAG, Screen Actors Guild.
Oh, SAG. Yeah, and there’s a lot of these women that are the Me Too victims that are now standing by me. Like Rosanna Arquette. But there are also a lot of parents watching right now and hear the cohost, you want your kids to be actors and actresses, you want your kids to play this tomfoolery. That’s right, that’s right. Listen to this man.
Think about it. Think about it before you put your kids in that.
This is an active situation. So this guy, the main guy, is a still practicing big wig in Hollywood? Well, let’s put it this way. His anonymity has been kept for all of these years because he’s threatened, he’s made it very scary. Corey.
People are terrified of him. Just like Harvey Weinstein. You know, everybody was so scared to actually say the name because what could happen. It’s the same situation. So Corey Haim’s mom I hear is not happy. Corey, your friend, his mom is not happy with you doing this documentary. Yeah.
Can you elaborate? I can’t because there’s so much legalities around that issue that I really can’t even talk about it. All I can say is God bless her. God bless anybody who’s a part of this, but you know what? The truth will be revealed and we do definitely go into details. We even expose what she has to say because at the end of the day, I want her voice and what she has to say to be heard. So we have her opinion in there. This is an evenhanded documentary. I can’t picture things going bad with this movie because I just picture like this conversation. Aren’t you remotely curious to find out even if people don’t want their kids to be part of Hollywood just the idea of watching between the kids on Disney and Nickelodeon, you know. We actually have a Disney survivor. Leave me alone.
We have a Disney survivor in the movie. Yeah. Do we know that person? His name is Ricky Garcia. His name is Ricky Garcia. What did he play on? He was on a Disney TV series and he was in a boy band for Disney and he was molested by both his agent and his manager. He’s a very strong, young man Is he still working today? No, I don’t think so. I think he’s still trying to record music but the thing is is it’s very hard because what happens when you come out about these people in the press? What they do is they intimidate you by taking away your potential. Yeah. They destroy your career. They destroy your credibility.
Yeah. They destroy your name. So this young man is a hero. He’s only 20 years old and he found the courage to come forward.
And speak up. And talk about his problems so God bless him for being there. (applause) We need to support him. Corey. See, I got this lion on. I got this lion ring and lion hat. Tigers and lions because it’s all about being bold, being courageous, and being fearless and that’s what we have to do right now. What a mess. Yeah. Oh no. I’m saying all the materials together. I just have to laugh in the middle because I don’t want to cry, you know what I mean? Corey, by the way you were dressed the same way. Like he’s consistent, do you know what I’m saying? That’s right. I got my own style. Yes, you do. Very flashy like the rest of us in this room. Do you think you’ll ever work again in Hollywood? Absolutely. Yeah, I’ve already got offers. Yeah. (applause) Yeah. Here’s the thing. Here’s the thing. Before the Me Too movement, I was dust. That was not gonna happen. My career was over. But you look really good. Have you ever had a face lift or anything? Nothing, nothing. I mean for all you’ve been through because I know you’ve been through, you know, you know. A lot of damn hell, yes.
Yeah. You’ve been through hell and back. Right.
But your face. How old are you? I try not to tell. It’s okay. (laughing) 22. But you look, you look, you look. That’s my lucky 22. Oh, my gosh. He does have a 22. What a mess. (laughing) You look really good.
Thank you, God bless. And your spirits are really high. You know what? I’m vegetarian.
Oh. I don’t eat animals.
Oh. That’s kept my healthy. I don’t drink alcohol. So those kinds of things actually help you restore. Yes.
Yes. Well, and also telling your truth. You look great, by the way. Thank you, Corey, thank you. Thank you, Corey. But telling your truth has got to be like the best feeling ever. You know. You’ve been through stuff. You know.
Look, not like this. No, not like this, but you’ve been through a lot. I mean, I believe in the killer. You’ve been through a lot of emotional abuse. I’m divorced, that’s easy. That’s light work. You’ve been divorced three times, or two times. That’s true, too.
Okay. (laughing) I’ve been divorced twice now, too. That’s light work compared to what you’re doing right now. You’re a hero to a lot of people who want to receive this story. (applause) His new film is available Monday March ninth, 11 PM Eastern. We all have to tune in at the same time. It’s called MyTruthDoc.com. If you miss it. That’s the website where you can buy tickets right now. For $20.
For 20 bucks. Your whole household can watch for 20 bucks. But let me tell you something right now if you miss it on Monday. March ninth. Then it’s gone forever. Well, we’re doing one repeat performance and we’re doing this by demand for the UK and for Europe because it was gonna be on at four in the morning. Well, they need to wake up. That is true. (laughing) Wake up, you all. Well, we’re doing one more screening 14 hours later, which will be actually 3 PM Eastern on March 10th. I’m not listening to anything he’s saying. All I know is that Monday March ninth at 11 for us here in New York on the East Coast. (applause) Thank you, Corey Feldman. We’ll be right back. Thank you. (cheering) (upbeat music) (cheering) (upbeat music) You a makeup artist? No, I’m a pre-med student. (cheering) Wait, hold on. All right, we’re back, it’s time for celebrity. Did you like Corey? Yes! Just saying. Okay, so celebrity said what. Now, what’s your name, where you from, and what do you do? My name is Tracy. I’m from Queens, New York. (cheering) How you doing, Wendy? How you doing? I’m a pre-med student at St. John’s University. Okay, doctor. Nice. All right. This is celebrity said what. Now I’m gonna do a quote and I’m gonna give you three choices and you have to tell me who said it. Okay.
All right. It’s 11:30 and we’re drinking champagne. Who cares, it’s from Jay-Z and Beyonce. Is that Miley Cyrus, Reese Witherspoon, or Chrissy Teigan? Chrissy Teigan.
Wrong! What? You know what? But since you’re a pre-med student, I’m gonna give you a free meal because you know I love a doctor. (laughing) Serendipity food for two. We’ll be right back. (cheering) (upbeat music) (cheering) All right, everyone have a seat so Shaheen can show off his rainy gear. (laughing) Look, we woke up to sunshine here in New York, but it’s going to rain later on and I gotta tell you something, you got on more makeup than me. (laughing) No, I see it all. Thank you. It looks good. Thank you, I did it myself. Of course you did. (laughing) What do you do? So I’m a student right now. I’m in my senior year of college. What are you studying? Psychology. Okay. (cheering) Explain to us the psychology behind your ensemble head to toe, Shaheen. So I pretty much designed this myself. You did?
Yes. So I paired the hat with the jacket because it’s like shiny. You know it’s gonna rain later. It’s gonna rain later. It’s okay. We don’t do umbrellas here. Look, you see people cutting me off. This is how it works, it’s TV. Nope, nope, gotta go. Thank you, Shaheen. You’re my eye candy. We’ll be right back. (upbeat music) ♪ I’ll tell you what I want ♪ ♪ We’re feeling how we’re feeling ♪ ♪ And we’re feeling what we’re feeling ♪ ♪ Here we go ♪ Get up on this grid. See a side of my life you’ve never seen before only on my Instagram. (upbeat music) (cheering) If you need more information about this show, otherwise known as a circus. (laughing) It’s all available at WendyShow.com. The hot topics, celebrity interviews, classic photos, and all kind of other mess. See it now, see it first, only at WendyShow.com. We’ll be right back. (cheering) (upbeat music) Everybody have a seat. I need my other people to stand out. Every cohost, everyone I want seated, except for you three. Okay, look, she’s from Staten Island. He’s from Atlanta. (cheering) He’s from Jersey. (cheering) Be one of my cohosts. I love my people. Dress how you want and come be entertained. (cheering) My tickets are free on the WendyShow.com. We’ll be right back. (upbeat music) It’s only Tuesday. Tomorrow, Jonathan Cheban is here. My food god. I love you for watching and I’ll see you next time on Wendy. Bye bye. (cheering) How you doing? Nice.