Wendy Williams has made it clear she is not impressed by Scott Disick’s blossoming romance with reality star Amelia Hamlin.
The 37-year-old Keeping Up With The Kardashian star has been spotted out with Amelia – the 19-year-old daughter of Real Housewives of Beverly Hill’s Lisa Rinna – several times in recent weeks.
Their latest outing caused the outspoken star to share her thoughts about Scott’s large age gap relationship on Tuesday’s episode of The Wendy Williams Show.
The TV host began: ‘Now, [Amelia’s a beautiful girl but lots of girls look like that. Do you see anything special? No.
‘I suspect that Scott’s got a problem with young girls, you know. Like his mind is stunted in growth and he feels more comfortable talking to young girls.’
Wendi then addressed Lisa herself through the camera as she said: ‘Now Lisa Rinna, I’m so disappointed with you because I know you know about this because you love the limelight and you feel like this is a big move for her.
‘We wouldn’t have known your daughter and both her daughters are models, you know, pretty but random, and their father, Henry Hamlin.’
She then addressed actor Henry as she continued: ‘Like Henry, I guess you checked out of this whole thing. Like you’re fine with this? You’re fine with your 19-year-old daughter dating a 37-year-old man?’
Wendy then turned her attention to Amelia as she added: ‘I say, Amelia, the ball is in your court. You play this man any which way you like. Like I said before, he shouldn’t be dating you and you shouldn’t even be his friend.
‘It all looks weird and inappropriate and please don’t go shoving a reality showdown our heads. We’re not watching this.’
Scott shares his son Mason, 10, daughter Penelope, eight and five-year-old son Reign with his ex Kourtney Kardashian.
The reality star recently split from Sofia Richie, after a three-year relationship.
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