The Wendy Williams Show: Carrie Ann Inaba September 2010 TV Show
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  • That said, she had some interesting things to say about Leann Rimes, Eddie Cibrian, and Lindsay Lohan
  • Now actually, that was the most intriguing thing I learned in the hour, that the warm up for this show is dancing

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      I really haven’t watched The Wendy Williams Show from start to finish before catching this September 2010 episode of the talk show. What has often happened is that I’ve seen the last few minutes when changing the channel to tune into the beginning of another show. I really have no clue who this woman is or what she is supposed to bring to the table.

      The first thing that bugged me about Williams is that she was


      really putting it on about the dress she was wearing. It was a nice dress, but I didn’t understand the fuss she was making over it and her walking.

      The show has a segment called Hot Topics. Uh, isn’t that The View? Regardless, she has a hard time getting out a cohesive thought. It was confusing and difficult to listen to. That said, she had some interesting things to say about Leann Rimes, Eddie ...


      • Cibrian, and Lindsay Lohan. I just wish she could put together a paragraph that was comprehendible.

        After discussing new TV picks with critic Matt Roush, Wendy turned her attention to main guest, Carrie Ann Inaba, one of the judges on Dancing with the Stars. They had a little dancing competition between three audience members selected from the dancing done before the show.

        Now actually, that was the most intriguing thing I learned in the hour, that the warm

        up for this show is dancing. I love that. It is definitely different.

        Finally, there was kid chef Darian Davis, who is a 7th grade student. He was interesting, talking about using his Foreman grill and making a slew of his favorite foods, like the banana hot dog which is made with a whole wheat bun, peanut butter spread on bun, topped with jelly, and raisins on top of the jelly. This kid was great.




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