How Wendy Williams Is Celebrating Her 50th Birthday

There's music, large cakes and so much more!

— -- Today, one Wendy Williams Hunter, you know her as the sassy talk show host Wendy Williams, turns 50!

On "The Wendy Williams Show," the host will be celebrating in style like the queen she is.

Read: Wendy Williams Reveals 'Tortured Childhood'

First, Williams will be surprised to find out the street she grew up in New Jersey named after her -- Wendy Williams Way.

Next, Wnedy is getting a lifesize cake made in her own image from the legendary "Cake Boss" Buddy Valastro's shop Carlo’s Bakery.

The talk show host, who isn't afraid to ask the tough questions, also get serenaded with two songs by the great Chaka Khan -- “I’m Every Woman” and “Ain’t Nobody” -- as part of her big day.

In anticipation of her 50th, Williams, recently did stand up comedy in Las Vegas to knock that off her bucket list. She told ABC News that her content of last week's show was going to be very personal and come from her rough upbringing.

"I had a very tortured childhood," she said. "I was tortured, they fat shamed me. ... So, I want to talk about growing up. I want to answer the big question about the boobs. People know they are breast implants, but a lot of people, I read and see, 'You've lost so much weight now, you need a breast reduction.'"

Happy 50th Wendy!