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Christie Brinkley has responded to Wendy Williams’ declare that the previous supermodel probably faked her latest arm and wrist accidents, imploring the outspoken host to “be kind.”

Throughout her Thursday look on “The Talk,” Brinkley, 65, revealed that she and Wendy, 55, have been pleasant for years, with Williams reaching out to her throughout among the discuss present diva’s darkest moments.

“Wendy Williams started this rumor, which was stunning to me because I’ve been on Wendy’s show a couple of times,” she mentioned. “For some reason she liked me, and she would call on me to support her in tough times. So, I got a call one day that she was having a terrible bout of stage fright, and she was about to drop out of ‘Chicago The Musical,‘ and would I come over and talk to her. I was like, ‘You will never meet a more supportive and loving cast. You will love this experience and you will regret it if you don’t do it.’”

Brinkley continued, “I was there for her. Then she goes through a divorce, and I get a call again. I get a call again, because let’s face it, I’m kind of an expert in that. I came again and was like, ‘I’m going to help you.’”

She went on to elucidate her accidents, obtained whereas rehearsing for “Dancing with the Stars.” Christie’s daughter, Sailor Brinkley-Prepare dinner will take her mom’s spot on the dance ground this season.

Brinkley then thanked Sharon Osbourne for calling Wendy out on Tuesday’s present earlier than addressing Williams herself, saying, “My message to Wendy is, it’s so much more fun to be kind. Try it. It can’t feel good to try to hurt other people. If it feels good, something’s seriously wrong.”

As for Williams, she’s nonetheless not shopping for it. 

“I’m sorry, girl. You know I love you, Christie,” Williams responded. “I see you with your cast. I’m not gonna double down on what I said, but what I will do is apologize if I hurt your feelings. But my opinion still stands.”

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