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Wanda Sykes's Aha! Moment
Just when she hit rock bottom, comedienne Wanda Sykes got freedom, courage, and a half hour of killer material. In 1998, I experienced the highest point of my career and the lowest
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Wanda Sykes' Breast Cancer Scare
Since being diagnosed with Stage 0 breast cancer and undergoing a double mastectomy, Wanda Sykes says her smaller "starter boobs" have their drawbacks and benefits.
Wanda Sykes on Parenting Twins
Comedian Wanda Sykes opens up about parenting 2-year-old twins. Find out how they've redecorated Wanda's house. Plus, why Wanda always pictured herself as a single mom.
Wanda Sykes and Gloria Estefan Play Build That Tune
Wanda Sykes and Gloria Estefan pair up with audience members to play Build That Tune, a game that involves Rosie's band. First, the band plays a song, one instrument at a time. Then, contestants buzz in to name that tune!
Oprah Fridays Live with Wanda Sykes
She's outspoken, outrageous and so opinionated. One of the funniest women in America, Emmy winner Wanda Sykes is raring to go!
Wanda Sykes on Late Night - Video
Watch as comedian-turned-talk-show-host Wanda Sykes talks about what makes her laugh, gives comedy advice and more!
Comedian Wanda Sykes
Actress and comedian Wanda Sykes stops by and shares her new show, talks about President Barack Obama and much more!
PSA: We Give a Damn
Enough is enough. Watch as Ricky Martin, Elton John, Idina Menzel, Wanda Sykes and Rachael Harris speak out against hate.
Q&A with George Lopez
that there is any competition in booking guests? A: I don't think so. I mean Mo'Nique shoots her show in Atlanta. Wanda Sykes is one day a week. She's welcome to be on my show as much as I believe I would be welcome to be on her show, as well as
Life Links: One-Click Inspirations
How many things could I have? I'm black, then lesbian. I can't be the poster child for everything." Comedian Wanda Sykes goes public with her breast cancer story—and advises to have yourself checked. A 200-year-old overdue apology for a