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Wendy Williams Apologizes After Mocking Joaquin Phoenix's "Cleft Palate" Scar

E! Online Thursday, 16 January 2020 ()
Wendy Williams is under fire for mocking Joaquin Phoenix. On Tuesday, The Wendy Williams Show host made an insensitive comment about a scar the Joker actor has above his lip during the...
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ET Canada has latest on Wendy Williams’ apology after she mocked those with cleft lips and palates while speaking about the scar on Joaquin Phoenix’s upper lip.

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