By George Stark For Dailymail.com
Published: 21:45 BST, 1 May 2020 | Updated: 21:51 BST, 1 May 2020
Wendy Williams sobbed during her at-home show on Friday, as she told viewers that she was concerned for frontline workers are selflessly out there continuing their jobs despite the threat of COVID-19.
Williams, 55, cried as she talked specifically about those working in the meat packing industry, saying: "My heart goes out to all the meat plant workers. You are all the frontline workers feeding America."
"I'm concerned for the meat packers. I'm concerned that the meat is rotting," the TV host said, sobbing. "I'm concerned that people are working shoulder to shoulder. I'm concerned that the health care is not good."
A lot on her plate: Wendy Williams broke down in tears on Friday when talking about the meat packing industry workers under threat from COVID-19
It's clearly a personal subject for Wendy, as she revealed that her Aunt Liz worked at a planet in Burlington, New Jersey, and would often work grueling 12-hour shifts without proper protection.
"They were just these workers, who worked, and nobody cared," she said.
Wendy's meltdown comes after President Donald Trump said he will sign an executive order