Wendy Williams didn't let a broken chair distract from her incredible outfit on Thursday's The Wendy Williams Show.
The talk show host looked phenomenal rocking a daring, double thigh split, black knit dress by Dion Lee, which displayed Wendy's endless legs to perfection.
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Sharing a clip on Instagram of the opening of the episode, Wendy faced disaster when her "throne" broke and needed to be replaced by her "Prince chair".
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As Wendy stood up to allow the stage crew to rectify the problem, her frock could be seen in all its glory!
Featuring a body-hugging fit on the top with sheer panels through the centre, elongated sleeves and a loose skirt with splits at the front, Wendy's dress completely stole the show.
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Wendy looked amazing in her Dion Lee dress
Wendy often dazzles fans with her figure-hugging ensembles and last month she sparked a huge reaction after turning up to her talk show in a body-skimming faux denim dress – which featured an eye-catching twist.
The 56-year-old looked incredible rocking a shirt dress by Thebe Magugu, which gave the illusion of denim but is made from 100 per cent cotton.
Wendy's dress stole the show despite her broken chair drama
Featuring a shirt collar, two patch pockets on the chest and a matching belt to cinch in the waist, the dress also has intricate lace detailing on part of the sleeves and flares out from the back for a longer, flowing hemline.
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Fans went wild over Wendy's curve-hugging frock, with one gushing: "The way that outfit perfectly fits her," followed by heart eyes emojis.
A second wrote: "Wendy you look fabulous!" A third added: "Girl that dress is on fire!" And a fourth said: "Your dress is beautiful!"
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