Viewers of The Wendy Williams Show were left in stitches after the host appeared to let out a mid-monologue squelcher.
The 55-year-old seemed to shuffle uncomfortably in her seat earlier in the segment before a fart-like sound was eventually picked up by mics in the studio.
Wendy Williams really farted on live TV.
I am unable. pic.twitter.com/rZBLijgauZ
- Psyflop (@RandyEmillio) January 19, 2020
You can watch the video for yourself and make your own mind up as to whether Williams did a bum trumpet during her show, or whether some other mysterious farty force was at play here.
Of course, we can never really know for definite whether she did or didn't fart, but it seems viewers have no doubts about what they heard:
Did Wendy Williams really fart on tv or did one of y'all edit that? Cuz if she did... :sob::joy:
- (@jaylann___) January 20, 2020
Can't sleep cause I can't stop thinking about Wendy Williams letting out a nasty fart during Friday's episode of her daytime talk show.
- cameron (@imallbikiniporn) January 20, 2020
Been cackling for 30 minutes at Wendy Williams mic picking up her fart. Like I cannot
- e (@baldbae) January 19, 2020
i just saw wendy williams sneak a fart out while talking on her show and i'm literally crying
- K:two: Kush (@KellyKellyKush) January 19, 2020
Wendy Williams let out the wettest fart on her show yesterday sksksksjs
- R.I.P Betty White (@xMuvaTokyo) January 18, 2020
Earlier this month, it was what was coming out of Williams' mouth that was upsetting viewers.
While discussing Joaquin Phoenix - who has recently been nominated for an Oscar for his performance in Joker - she described him as 'oddly attractive' before moving on to his 'hairline fracture'.
She said: "He's got one of those, what do you call it? Cleft lip, cleft palate."
Holding up her top lip with her finger, she added: "I find it to be very attractive."
But while she may find Phoenix to be very attractive, lots of people found her mimicking to be pretty disgusting. Canadian American football player Adam Bighill - who was born with a cleft lip and whose son, Beau, was also born with one too - was among those to condemn Williams, describing her behaviour as 'hideous and offensive'.
Williams apologised on Thursday - almost 10 days after her comments were aired - and said her show would be donating to cleft palate charities.