Wendy Williams throws shade at her ex-husband Kevin Hunter over his ‘baby situation’

Wendy Williams called out her ex-husband Kevin Hunter on Thursday night in an Instagram post referencing his alleged baby drama.

The 56-year-old host of The Wendy Williams Show shared a photo of herself in a car holding a small child while she was masked up to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus.

‘Look @ me with my baby girl,’ she captioned the photo. ‘I’m not the only Hunter with a baby situation.’

Revenge: Wendy Williams, 56, poked fun at her ex Kevin Hunter for allegedly fathering a child with another woman by cradling an unknown child in her Instagram photo from Thursday

Wendy showed off her long blonde locks in the photo and was dressed in a gray and black jacket while she cradled the little girl, who wore a cute pink top and sucked on her thumb.

Back in April 2019, it was reported that her then-recent divorce filing was spurred on after she learned that Kevin had fathered a child with the massage therapist Sharina Hudson, 33.  

They were reportedly together for 10 years and it was revealed shortly after that she was pregnant with his child.

Wendy confirmed the rumors in an interview with The New York Times from August 2019.

It's over: In April 2019, it was reported that her then-recent divorce filing was spurred on after she learned that Kevin had fathered a child with the massage therapist Sharina Hudson, 33; pictured in 2018

It’s over: In April 2019, it was reported that her then-recent divorce filing was spurred on after she learned that Kevin had fathered a child with the massage therapist Sharina Hudson, 33; pictured in 2018

Longtime affair: Hunter and Hudson were reportedly together for 10 years before she got pregnant. Wendy confirmed the rumors in an interview with The New York Times from August 2019; shown in 2012

Longtime affair: Hunter and Hudson were reportedly together for 10 years before she got pregnant. Wendy confirmed the rumors in an interview with The New York Times from August 2019; shown in 2012

‘Kevin had a major indiscretion that he will have to deal with for the rest of his life. An indiscretion that I will not deal with,’ she explained. ‘He will always be my family, because we have a 19-year-old son, and we were together for 25 years and married for 21. But there was no vacillating.

‘I never thought that I would be in this position,’ she continued as she began to tear up. ‘I’m a very forgiving person, but there’s one thing that I could never be a part of, and that one thing happened.’

After Wendy posted the photo with the anonymous girl, she offered up more details in a follow-up post from Friday morning.

‘Gmorg! I’m having lamb ravioli & mushrooms breakfast,’ she wrote with a photo of the dish. ‘I’m also watching @theviewabc. @fatjoe & I talked on the phone…he’s such a success & we laugh.

‘Oh!About the baby…that’s my friend Raquel’s friend’s baby. The parents are Wendy Watchers. We were waiting for our food and saw them. Bernie was placing the order. The baby is so cute I asked can I hold. Unfortunately I don’t even remember her name,’ she wrote. 

Mystery baby: In a follow-up post about her breakfast from Friday, Wendy said the child was from friends of a friend she met while dining out; shown in 2018

Mystery baby: In a follow-up post about her breakfast from Friday, Wendy said the child was from friends of a friend she met while dining out; shown in 2018

Family: Wendy and Kevin shared one son, Kevin Hunter Jr., who is 19

Family: Wendy and Kevin shared one son, Kevin Hunter Jr., who is 19

Wendy and Kevin, 48, continued the process of separating their lives this week when they sold their New Jersey home for $1.475 million.

The sale amount was a $525,000 drop from their initial asking price, according to TMZ.

The former couple’s real estate agent Jamie Silverman told the gossip site that ‘the reason for the price reduction was the COVID-19 pandemic.’ 

The profits from the sale were to be split 50/50, and it was revealed in court filings earlier this year that the two hadn’t signed a prenuptial agreement before getting married.

Wendy and Kevin’s divorce proceedings didn’t effect their son Kevin Hunter Jr., who is 19. 

Last month, Wendy gushed that the 12th season of her eponymous daytime talk show would return on September 21 while posting a photo of herself enjoying some cubed watermelon.

‘I can’t wait to get back to all of YOU and to my AMAZING staff and crew!!! I’m sooo excited to bring you silly, funny, glamour and hopefully brighten your day during these crazy times that we’re all living in…even if for just an hour,’ she wrote.

‘I miss you and can’t wait to get back in my purple chair and show you what we did to the set. I LOVE you for watching!’ 

After production was shut down in March due to the coronavirus pandemic, Wendy filmed at home until June, when she stopped to focus on her treatment for Graves’ disease. 

Khloe Kardashian’s filter fail EXPOSED! Fans call out reality star for heavily altering selfie

Khloe Kardashian’s filter fail EXPOSED! Fans call out reality star for heavily altering selfie after original look is finally revealed on Keeping Up with the Kardashians

She caused a huge commotion when she posted a selfie in May this year, looking totally unrecognizable, leaving her fans startled by her noticeably different appearance. 

But Khloe Kardashian was called out over the image again on Friday, as her original look appeared to emerge in a scene from Keeping Up with the Kardashians, suggesting the reality star had overdosed on the filters, with some accusing her of using the video editing application FaceApp.

The 36-year-old’s visage was once again trending as the two pictures quickly went viral, after a Twitter user posted the side-by-side shots, simply captioning them, ‘khloe… girl…’ leading to thousands of comments, likes and re-tweets.

Khloe Kardashian’s filter fail EXPOSED! This tweet called out the reality star for heavily altering selfie after original look is finally revealed on Keeping Up with the Kardashians

‘When you move too fast and the filter drops,’ one fan wrote, kicking off the criticism over how different the reality star appears.  

‘Khloe Kardashian in 2020 looks like someone tried to draw Khloe Kardashian in 2019,’ one user wrote, alongside the two images. 

However, some fans came to her defense, saying that the KUWTK star had no need to change her appearance. ‘She looks so hot in the second one anyway. I don’t know why she would photoshop herself so much,’ one fan wrote. 

'When you move too fast and the filter drops': Khloé Kardashian is called out for MAJOR Photoshop fail as original look is finally revealed on Keeping Up with the Kardashians
The real deal: Eagle-eyed fans spotted what appeared to be Khloé

‘When you move too fast and the filter drops’: Khloe Kardashian is called out for MAJOR Photoshop fail as original look is finally revealed on Keeping Up with the Kardashians

Yet it seemed that Khloe was thankfully oblivious to the drama, as she posted a snap of her in the ocean on Friday, with the caption: ‘Sorry I can’t come to the phone right now.’ 

The mother of True Thompson has never been one to shy away from the controversy surrounded her seemingly altered photos. 

In May, Khloe joked about her changing looks by hitting back at a fan saying she’d had her ‘weekly face transplant!’ 

The original: This picture of Khloe was posted by the reality star in May this year, prompting a lot of debate among fans

The original: This picture of Khloe was posted by the reality star in May this year (left) prompting a lot of debate among fans, with the right picture showing a different side

Ignorance is bliss? At the same time as the debate over her appearance, Khloe posted this shot saying: 'Sorry I can't come tot he phone right now'

Ignorance is bliss? At the same time as the debate over her appearance, Khloe posted this shot saying: ‘Sorry I can’t come tot he phone right now’

Carey Mulligan wears floral maxi dress and trainers in LA

She has spent lockdown with her husband Marcus Mumford and their two children Evelyn and Wilfred. 

And Carey Mulligan looked sensational as she stepped out in a stylish floral maxi dress in Los Angeles on Friday.

The Great Gatsby actress, 35, kept things casual for her outing and also donned a pair of white trainers.

Casual: Carey Mulligan looked sensational as she stepped out in a stylish floral maxi dress in Los Angeles on Friday

Carey cut a chic figure in her laid-back dress, which cinched slightly at the waist to emphasise the star’s svelte frame.

She wore her blonde locks down and slightly wavy and appeared to have only added the lightest touch of makeup.

Not forgetting to accessorise, Carey slung a large black leather bag over her body and donned a pair of large sunglasses. 

It is believed that Carey had been paying a visit to her pal Bradley Cooper on Friday and was heading off as she walked to her driver’s car.

Chic: The actress paired her pretty dress, which cinched slightly at the waist to highlight her svelte frame, with a pair of white trainers

Chic: The actress paired her pretty dress, which cinched slightly at the waist to highlight her svelte frame, with a pair of white trainers

The actress has kept a relatively low profile during the coronavirus pandemic but has been seen around Los Angeles this week running errands.

However during lockdown the star did give an interview to NET-A-PORTER’s digital title, PORTER, in which she discussed her thoughts on #MeToo, life after children and toxic masculinity in her new film Promising Young Woman.

Carey revealed she noticed the positive changes within the TV and film industry when she was given a code of conduct for the first time back in 2017. 

The award-winning actress, who shares Evelyn, four, and Wilfred, two, with husband Marcus, 33, also insisted she’s content with juggling her career with her role as a mother, sharing: ‘I haven’t been in a bar in ages, and I’m very glad of that’.

On the go: Carey slung a large black leather bag over her body as she jumped into a vehicle

On the go: Carey slung a large black leather bag over her body as she jumped into a vehicle 

Carey has been keeping busy promoting her new movie Promising Young Woman, which follows the story of her character Cassie, a barista who feels unfulfilled in her life. 

In a bid to lift her spirits, the medical school dropout lets loose at bars every week, where she becomes intoxicated and on the brink of passing out.  

During one raucous outing, men who pretend to ‘help’ her end up attempting to take advantage of her drunken state.  

The thespian claimed her project, penned and directed by Killing Eve showrunner Emerald Fennell, highlights the importance of awareness surrounding topics such as sexual assault and toxic masculinity.

In character: The TV and film star has been keeping busy promoting her new movie, which follows the story of Cassie, a barista who feels unfulfilled in her life (pictured left)

In character: The TV and film star has been keeping busy promoting her new movie, which follows the story of Cassie, a barista who feels unfulfilled in her life (pictured left)

Blonde beauty Carey said: ‘It’s funny, because the reaction I first had when I read the script was, “This is soooo romantic”.

‘[But] Emerald’s [point] was: if [you] take someone home and they are really drunk, and then that person reveals they are not drunk, and you feel guilty, then you know what you are doing isn’t right.’

‘What we reflected on, making this film, was the amount of real-life stories like this we know. A lot of this film is stuff that pretty much every woman I know has experienced in some way. ‘

When asked whether she misses her life before welcoming her kids, the mother-of-two, who wed musician Marcus in April 2012, declared: ‘Noooo. 

‘In fact, every time we stepped into a new bar set, Emerald and I would both be like, “God, we haven’t been in a bar in a really long time”. And I’m very glad of that.’ 

Family first: The thespian shares children Evelyn, four, and Wilfred, two, with husband Marcus Mumford, 33 (pictured in May 2012)

Family first: The thespian shares children Evelyn, four, and Wilfred, two, with husband Marcus Mumford, 33 (pictured in May 2012)

Jennifer Lopez beats the heat in a crop top as she balances mind and body

Jennifer Lopez beats the heat in a crop top as she balances mind and body with beach meditation session

Staying centered has become more important than ever before.

And Jennifer Lopez kept her mental health in check as she enjoyed a meditation session in the Hamptons on Thursday.

Clad in a crop top and leggings, JLo, 51, made her way onto the beach, where she sat cross-legged and cleared her head.

Staying present: Jennifer Lopez kept her mental health in check as she enjoyed a meditation session in the Hamptons on Thursday

Jennifer embodied peacefulness as she closed her eyes and listened to the soothing sounds of the crashing waves.

She was joined by a friend, who sat next to JLo wearing a black face mask and glasses.

Following her mindful moment, Jennifer decided to capture her post-meditative glow in a photo shoot with her friend.

The star looked radiant as she struck a series of reflective poses with her bare belly on display.

Just breathe: JLo and her friend cleared their heads with a meditation session

Just breathe: JLo and her friend cleared their heads with a meditation session 

Making waves: The duo relaxed to the sounds of the neighboring ocean

Making waves: The duo relaxed to the sounds of the neighboring ocean 

Exhale: JLo rolled her neck while resting cross-legged on the sand

Exhale: JLo rolled her neck while resting cross-legged on the sand 

Strike a pose: JLo captured her post-meditative glow with an impromptu photo shoot

Strike a pose: JLo captured her post-meditative glow with an impromptu photo shoot  

JLo did not smile, but offered a contemplative expression for the camera as she posed fashionably against the fence.

Once the ladies were done taking photos, they returned to reality.

JLo put on her black face mask with polka dots, ensuring she was equipped to safely interact with the world.

An evening at the beach seemed to do the trick for Jennifer, who has remained as busy as ever throughout the pandemic.

Golden hour! The ladies made use of the radiant sunshine

Dynamic duo: Lopez and her friend took a selfie together

Golden hour! The ladies made use of the radiant sunshine 

Hold still: Lopez served as the perfect model for her friend

Hold still: Lopez served as the perfect model for her friend 

Reflective: JLo did not smile, but offered a contemplative expression for the camera as she posed fashionably against the fence

Reflective: JLo did not smile, but offered a contemplative expression for the camera as she posed fashionably against the fence

In her element: Lopez looked peaceful as she caught some post-meditative snaps

In her element: Lopez looked peaceful as she caught some post-meditative snaps 

Off they go! The ladies returned to reality following their beach session

Off they go! The ladies returned to reality following their beach session 

Up until Thursday night, JLo was a regular fixture on small screens as the judge of her competition show, World Of Dance.

The season finale for World Of Dance aired Thursday night, with dance team MDC3 named this year’s winners.

Jennifer has also been spending plenty of time with her twin children and fiance Alex Rodriguez during this uncertain time.

The couple, who became engaged in 2019, recently made news after reportedly purchasing a $40 million estate on Miami’s Star Island.

Superstar: Up until Thursday night, JLo was a regular fixture on small screens as the judge of her dance competiton show, World Of Dance

Just kicking it: The superstar strode about in a stylish pair of Nike trainers

Superstar: Up until Thursday night, JLo was a regular fixture on small screens as the judge of her dance competiton show, World Of Dance

Ab fab: Lopez flashed her bare midriff in wore a white crop top

 Ab fab: Lopez flashed her bare midriff in wore a white crop top 

Safety first: The women returned to reality wearing their face masks

Safety first: The women returned to reality wearing their face masks 

Hyperion unveils hydrogen-powered car that can go 220mph and run 1,000 miles on a single tank

A US automaker has just unveiled a new hydrogen-powered ‘supercar’ that can go more than 1,000 miles without needing to refuel.

The XP-1 from Hyperion revs up from zero to 60mph in a staggering 2.2 seconds, its manufacturer claims, reaching a top speed of more than 221mph – and the only thing it emits is water vapor.

The high-tech roadster is the product of nearly a decade of development, with all-wheel drive and a three-speed transmission.

When it rolls off the assembly line in 2022, it will join several other hydrogen-powered autos on the market, including the Honda Clarity, Toyota Mirai, and Hyundai Nexo. 

A new hydrogen-powered car can go 1,000 miles without stopping to refuel. The XP-1 from Hyperion goes from zero to 60mph in just 2.2 seconds and can reach top speeds of more than 221mph

Aerodynamic elements behind the swing-up doors help with high-speed cornering and double as solar panels that can change position to match the trajectory of the sun.

Inside the cabin, a 98-inch curved screen provides touch-free gesture controls and a wraparound glass canopy offers 360-degree view of the outside world. 

Powered by hydrogen, the XP-1 is whisper-quiet compared to the latest gas guzzlers.

And it only needs a few minutes to refuel – far faster than the hours and hours a Tesla takes to completely charge up. 

The high-tech roadster comes with swing up doors, all-wheel drive, and a three-speed transmission. Inside the cabin, a 98-inch curved screen provides touch-free gesture controls and a wraparound glass canopy offers 360-degree view of the outside world

The high-tech roadster comes with swing up doors, all-wheel drive, and a three-speed transmission. Inside the cabin, a 98-inch curved screen provides touch-free gesture controls and a wraparound glass canopy offers 360-degree view of the outside world

Hydrogen-fueled cars are also less finicky in cold weather than their electric counterparts.

And the XP-1 stores energy in carbon fiber tanks rather than a hefty lithium-ion battery.

That – and its lightweight carbon-titanium chassis – keeps its weight down to a trim 2,275 pounds.

Hyperion hasn’t disclosed the XP-1’s sticker price, but it’s likely to be in the high six figures, Tech Xplore reports.  

Unlike fossil fuels, hydrogen is readily available, renewable, and doesn’t produce carbon monoxide and other harmful emissions.

But separating hydrogen from oxygen is a laborious process that requires non-renewable resources like coal or natural gas. That undercuts its selling point as an environmentally friendly alternative.

Hydrogen is also highly flammable. Just ask anyone aboard the Hindenburg.

Hyperion CEO Angelo Kafantaris insists the California-based company has conquered the safety issue. ‘You can throw our tanks off a building or shoot them with a high-powered rifle. They won’t rupture,’ he said.

Still, hydrogen’s volatility makes it tricky to transport.

Aerodynamic vents help with high-speed cornering and double as solar panels that can change position to match the trajectory of the sun

Aerodynamic vents help with high-speed cornering and double as solar panels that can change position to match the trajectory of the sun

Powered by hydrogen, the XP-1 is whisper-quiet compared to the latest gas guzzlers. It takes just a few minutes to refuel and the only thing it emits is water vapor

Powered by hydrogen, the XP-1 is whisper-quiet compared to the latest gas guzzlers. It takes just a few minutes to refuel and the only thing it emits is water vapor

And while the XP-1 is incredibly efficient, it will need to refuel at some point.

Right now there are only about 75 hydrogen fueling stations in North America, and more than half of them are in California.

Hyperion says it plans to construct a network of stations in the coming years.

The XP-1 stores uses carbon fiber tanks to store energy rather than a hefty lithium-ion battery. And its lightweight carbon-titanium chassis - keeps its weight down to a trim 2,275 pounds.

The XP-1 stores uses carbon fiber tanks to store energy rather than a hefty lithium-ion battery. That – and its lightweight carbon-titanium chassis – keeps its weight down to 2,275 pounds

Only an extremely limited run of 300 cars are planned for the initial rollout, with a price tag reported to be in the high six figures.

With a price tag estimated to be in the high six figures, only an extremely limited run of 300 cars are planned for the initial rollout in 2022.  ‘The XP-1 was partially designed to function as an educational tool for the masses,’ says Hyperion CEO Angelo Kafantaris.

Don’t expect to see the XP-1 in your supermarket parking lot anytime soon, though. Only an extremely limited run of 300 cars are planned for the initial rollout.

The big picture, says Kafantaris, is promoting hydrogen as a safe and efficient fuel source.

‘The XP-1 was partially designed to function as an educational tool for the masses,’ says Kafantaris.

‘Aerospace engineers have long understood the advantages of hydrogen as the most abundant, lightest element in the universe and now, with this vehicle, consumers will experience its extraordinary value proposition.’

HOW DO HYDROGEN FUEL CELLS WORK?

Hydrogen fuel cells create electricity to power a battery and motor by mixing hydrogen and oxygen in specially treated plates, which are combined to form the fuel cell stack.

Fuel cell stacks and batteries have allowed engineers to significantly shrink these components to even fit neatly inside a family car, although they are also commonly used to fuel buses and other larger vehicles.

Oxygen is collected from the air through intakes, usually in the grille, and hydrogen is stored in aluminium-lined fuel tanks, which automatically seal in an accident to prevent leaks.

These ingredients are fused, releasing usable electricity and water as byproducts and making the technology one of the quietest and most environmentally friendly available.

Reducing the amount of platinum used in the stack has made fuel cells less expensive, but the use of the rare metal has restricted the spread of their use.

Recent research has suggested hydrogen fuel cell cars could one day challenge electric cars in the race for pollution-free roads, however – but only if more stations are built to fuel them.

Fuel cell cars can be refueled as quickly as gasoline-powered cars and can also travel further between fill-ups.

Fuelling stations cost up to $2 million to build, so companies have been reluctant to build them unless more fuel cell cars are on the road.

The U.S. Department of Energy lists just 34 public hydrogen fuelling stations in the country; all but three are in California. 

According to Information Trends, there were 6,475 FCV’s worldwide at the end of 2017.

More than half were registered in California, which puts the U.S. (53 per cent) at the forefront for FCV adoption.

Japan takes second place with 38 per cent, while Europe is at nine per cent.