A longtime producer for “The Wendy Williams Show,” Talia Parkinson-Jones, is leaving for Tamron Hall’s new show, Page Six has exclusively learned.
Parkinson-Jones, a co-executive producer for Williams’ show, will co-executive produce Hall’s upcoming daytime gabfest with “The View” veteran Bill Geddie, as well as the former “Today” anchor.
A source told Page Six that Williams’ decision to dissolve the organization is because she no longer wants to be associated with her ex.
She’ll instead dedicate her time to other foundations.
In March, the foundation launched a substance abuse hotline in partnership with T.R.U.S.T., but Williams has rarely mentioned it on her show since the announcement and a telethon.
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