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Wendy Williams apologises for ‘out of touch’ comments about LGBTQ+ community

By Reuters
18 February 2020   |   6:31 am
Wendy Williams apologises for 'out of touch' comments about LGBTQ+ community. Wendy Williams has issued an apology after suggesting she gets "offended" by men wearing women's clothes.

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