Wendy Williams BLASTS Mike Esterman After Announcing Split To Blogs!
After all the hype the honeymoon is over after Wendy Williams was seen gushing over Mario Lopez’s friend Mike Esterman who broke up with her via the blogs.
We’ve heard of text breakups, Twitter breakups and now Mike Esterman gets his 15-minutes of fame splitting with Wendy Williams through the blogs. Read more on Wendy Williams Mike Esterman Split…
CelebnMusic247.com reports that Wendy Williams and Mike Esterman are officially over, but they were NEVER anything to end.
Wendy Williams is setting the record straight about her relationship status.
During her talk show, Williams addressed reports that she had split from Mike Esterman on Wednesday’s episode of The Wendy Williams Show, clarifying that the two were never officially a couple.
Williams, 56, said:
The headline is that Mike and I have broken up. Well, I didn’t know that Mike and I were together. Mike is in Maryland. Mike works a job, he’s a contractor/social influencer, or whatever he has going on. Whatever he does. Mike, he’s a nice guy, but we are too geographically far from each other.
Williams and Esterman were first connected in February and went on a date a few weeks later. While the television host said she was initially hopeful that they could develop a relationship. Unfortunately, nothing ever came of the brief courtship.
Wendy said she was disappointed to see Esterman discuss their relationship in the press:
I thought that maybe something could happen because we are grown, people. I didn’t say anything because I am that grown. We would have had this discussion way behind the scenes. I am not embarrassed because I’m that grown. But since childish ones, Mike — well no, he’s giving quotes! ‘I would like Wendy to have someone when she’s ready for it’ Okay?
She went on to say:
I’m as available now as I was then – – We were never boyfriend and girlfriend, so it wasn’t a thing.
I didn’t say anything [publicly about it] because I’m that grown. We would’ve had this discussion way behind the scenes. I am not embarrassed because I’m that grown. But since childish ones — Mike — well he’s giving quotes!
Williams’ comments come after Esterman told Page Six on Monday that the pair were no longer together.
[Williams] deserves to be with someone who may have more time.
[they were] never an item after 3 dates.
Esterman also told The Sun that “nobody called it a day, there’s just no time to meet up.”
Williams and Esterman were introduced through a “Date Wendy” segment that aired on her namesake talk show in February.
Esterman told Access Daily:
It’s all-new territory – – Getting to know her, she’s very interesting. She showed me her place, on a very professional level. I’m nothing but a gentleman — there was no sex. It was such a great time.
Things looked like they may go somewhere, but they both live far from each other. And now it’s over.