Wendy Williams is known for being outrageously outspoken and this has landed her in hot waters many times.

But the backlash that she has received in recent months hasn't seemed to have sunk in, and she is under fire yet again.

Keep scrolling to see how she appeared to mock Amie Harwick's death...

Wendy Williams is a talk show host, former radio DJ, actress, and author.

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Basically, this woman can do it all. She's been in the business for a long time.

She has a long history of working in radio...

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Wendy has an incredibly charismatic personality, so it's no surprise she found success on the radio.

Her radio career spans back to the late '80s...

When she was eventually hired by a Philadelphia radio station, her candidness on the air helped the station jump in its rankings.

But she left her radio show in 2009...

It was time for her to focus completely on what would become her iconic talk show, The Wendy Williams Show.

The Wendy Williams Show has now been on the air for eleven years.

It first premiered in 2008 and has since become quite the daytime talk show, and if you're familiar with the show at all, you'll know that it has a legion of dedicated fans.

If you're looking for a show that has a pulse on trending topics and hot celebrity gossip, this is the talk show for you.

Not to mention that Wendy is a hilarious host, so it's no surprise that the show has been on the air for some time.

But with her many pros...

Comes her many flaws.

Her lack of fear of holding back isn't always a good thing...

Who remembers the time when she said that nobody feels sorry for Meghan Markle? Now that was savage.

And another comment that ruffled some feathers?

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In a recent episode of The Wendy Williams Show, she was discussing the recent backlash against Beyonce for not standing up during Joaquin Phoenix's Golden Globe win.

Wendy rushed to Beyonce's defense...

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Purely for the reason that "nobody is Beyonce," which isn't the most valid of reasons.

She made a comment about Phoenix, claiming that she doesn't even know who he is...

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But she then started showering the actor with compliments in regards to his looks, talking about how good looking he is.

This is when things took a turn for the worse.

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While gushing over his handsome and "striking" looks, Wendy went on to mention his cleft lip - all whilst mimicking it.

"I find it to be very attractive..."

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She posed with her finger pushing her lip up for a painful 10 seconds while the audience nervously laughs. Not cool, Wendy.

People were not happy.

Many found Wendy's mockery to be offensive and disrespectful to people who have cleft lips.

It seems that Wendy can't take this one back...

She may have taken it too far this time.

The backlash was staggering...

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And, after days of relentless abuse online, Wendy finally apologized for her actions.

But, strangely enough...

Her apology wasn't aimed at Joaquin Phoenix.

She apologized to someone else entirely...

The Canadian League Winnipeg Blue Bombers football linebacker, Adam Bighill, was one of the first celebrities to slam the TV show host.

The topic is very close to home for the sportsman...

Bighill himself was born with the condition, and his son, Beau, also suffers from a cleft palate. He recently shared a photo of his son shortly before his reconstructive surgery. "Today is Beau’s big day. He is getting his lip repaired today in Winnipeg by the fantastic Dr. Ross. Thanks to everyone who has reached out, and in advance, thanks for any of your well wishes for Beau."

Bighill was completely disgusted by her actions...

And, since the show aired, has called for an apology every single day on Twitter.

And his persistence finally paid off...

Because Wendy took to Twitter to formally apologize, as well as announce her donation to various cleft charities. "We’re thinking about Beau today as he is in surgery. I want to apologize to the cleft community and in Beau’s honor, our show is donating to @operationsmile and @AmerCleftPalate and encourage our Wendy Watchers to learn more and help support the cleft community."

It seems fair enough, right?

Wrong! Wendy just won't learn from her repeated mistakes, as the latest episode of The Wendy Williams Show proved.

Her episode from Monday the 17th of February has caused yet another stir...

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And this is because Wendy just had to mention the recent murder of Amie Harwick.

Amie, who used to date The Price Is Right host Drew Carey, was tragically found dead on Saturday last week...

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She had fallen from a 3-story balcony outside her Los Angeles home, and her ex-boyfriend Gareth Pursehouse is currently being held as a suspect of her murder.

It is a tragic set of circumstances...

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And Wendy simply couldn't resist mentioning Amie's death on her show yesterday.

Wendy briefly explained what happened...

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And after she explained how the neighbors heard screaming and the cops found Aime dead on the floor, she swiftly added, "Not by Drew..."

She then saw an opportunity for a joke...

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She said, "Come on down!" in reference to the gameshow catchphrase, and she then tilted her head up before looking down to the floor, as if watching someone fall.

Not cool, Wendy.

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The audience clearly felt the same as there was no laughter and an awkward silence sat instead.

A few members of the audience gasped and groaned...

And one brave member even pointed out the circumstances surrounding Amie's death had not yet been confirmed.

She got very defensive when she was called out...

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Wendy went on to say that "allegedly, the ex-boyfriend did it" – with a sarcastic amount of emphasis on the "allegedly."

Wendy just wouldn't stop.

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She decided to rattle on about Amie's dating history, and she even mistakenly pronounced her name as Dr. Amie Hardwick, instead of Harwick.

Of course, viewers were not impressed with Wendy... yet again!

Joking about a tragic death is not acceptable, and we really aren't sure if Wendy will ever learn from her repeated mistakes.

Many think that Wendy should be taken off the air...

And the loud-mouthed host has ultimately been branded as "heartless" and "rude."

Watch the video for yourselves here...

And let's sincerely hope that Wendy has a long, hard think about her future as a TV show host.