AceShowbiz - Wendy Williams has some advice for newlyweds Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin, but not everyone is going to agree with that. Amid reports about Justin's mental health struggle which allegedly affects his relationship with Hailey, the daytime TV host suggested in the March 15 episode of "The Wendy Williams Show" that they should just get divorced.
"Hailey Baldwin is only 22, she's supposed to be a newlywed," Wendy said of the model. The 54-year-old host then added that Hailey might have to consider splitting from the "Despacito" hitmaker for the sake of love and friendship. "I think I'd want to divorce him in the name of love. In the name of love and friendship," she continued.
"I'm 22, I met you when I was 17… Now, he's with these public cries and what if they want to have kids? Is he going to be an adequate father? What kind of father and husband is he going to be?" Wendy added. "It's all too much for a 22-year-old. They can quickly get divorced. In the name of love, not mean. Good luck you kids."
She went on noting that she'd noticed that Justin had changed for the better, saying, "I like the kind of guy he's become." Of the Biebs' infamous scandals back when the Canadian singer had a negative bout in the media, Wendy said, "It's happened really fast, but he's been famous since he's a kid. Bieber's seen a lot, he's done some horrific things."
Meanwhile, the situation is different when it comes to Hailey. "I think Hailey's roots go deeper in fame than Justin's," Wendy shared. "He is the only famous person in his family, and all of the Baldwins are famous... For Justin, I don't think he's really wrapped his head around how famous he is. It's a weird position to be in.
This arrives after it was reported that Justin and Hailey were still "having trust issues and a hard time," making his friends concerned about their relationship. "Justin has been very depressed and seeking private counseling and treatment and relying on his faith," claimed a source. "He's in Canada and has isolated himself. He feels like he's treated like an animal everywhere he goes and there are always people around or paparazzi in bushes trying to take pictures of him."
However, the source noted that it didn't mean the "Sorry" singer was falling out love with his wife. "He still wants and needs her to be his wife and she wants to support him, but it's hard when he's going through all of this," shared the source.