Jan. 25, 2013
"The Wendy Williams Show"
invites its viewers to tune in and learn how to "Live Like A Star." Beginning
Monday, January 28
, and for the next month, viewers will be treated to inside tips from fitness gurus to the stars, celebrity go-to designers and
elite's personal chefs. Viewers will also see transformation makeovers and have the chance to win major sweepstakes and daily giveaways.
Click here to view Wendy's big announcement:
Four lucky viewers will win a grand prize package, which includes an all-expenses paid trip to
New York City
. Winners will get the star treatment, including a limo pick-up from the airport, luxury hotel stay, spa treatment, five-star dining experience and a VIP visit with Wendy at "The Wendy Williams Show."
In addition to the grand prizes, there will be daily prizes for the audience and at-home viewers, including celebrity must-have items, such as jewelry, clothing, beauty products, sunglasses and watches.
To participate in the sweepstakes and daily giveaways, fans must tune in for the word of the day, then enter at
"I'm a fan, just like my people," said Williams. "I am so excited to give my viewers a real inside look into the glitz and glamour of celebrity life."
Upcoming guests for the next month include
Abby Lee Miller
In celebration of
, Wendy will be playing the dating game with celebrity guest
. Three lucky bachelors, chosen from
, will vie to win a date with the sexy single. Tune in
to see who Jenny chooses.
"The Wendy Williams Show" is produced and distributed by Debmar-Mercury. The show airs in 52 countries and has been renewed through 2014. Follow @WendyWilliams on Twitter, @WendyShow on Instagram and visit
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