Whether her looks improved after plastic surgeries or not, the focus should be on the entertainment she brings to her audience.
To kick off the dates, Wendy wanted to drive a 1972 Cadillac onto an exploding stage on Pier 62 in New York.
In 1976, Williams arrived in New York City, where she saw an ad in the magazine that lay open on the floor of the station.
You know I was cooking at first, and it was all good.
She cast a distinctive, unusual presence: shortish reddish-brown frizzy hair with thick black eye make-up, a rail thin body that made her head appear oversized, and an attitude that projected both vulnerability and defiance at the same time.
And Wendy refused to back down — even if it scared concert promoters into cancelling their shows.