NEW YORK, April 7, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The hit ABC television show Dancing with the Stars said goodbye Tuesday night to talk show host and self-acclaimed "Queen of All Media" Wendy Williams. But Wednesday morning Ms. Williams welcomed her dance partner, Tony Dovolani, as a guest on her show, and presented him with a trip to the British Virgin Islands courtesy of Scrub Island Resort and the British Virgin Islands Tourist Board. A clip of the show segment can be found at:
Though Wendy and Tony had their last dance on Tuesday night, no tears were shed. In fact, Wendy wanted to extend the fun and thank her partner for all his hard work and dedication. The perfect recovery for more than six weeks of intense training is a getaway to the luxurious British Virgin Islands. The trip will include complimentary suite accommodations at Scrub Island Resort. Scrub Island Resort will take care of all meals and a Couple Spa treatment of choice at the lavish Ixora Spa. The BVI Tourist Board is pleased to be supplying Tony and guest with airfare, a tour of the Territory, a BVIP welcome upon arrival, and a romantic candlelight beach dinner.
In addition to her syndicated talk show, The Wendy Williams Show, Ms. Williams is a bestselling author. She was a contestant on the 12th season of Dancing with the Stars, where she was partnered with dance professional Tony Dovolani. Ms. Williams also has made numerous guest appearances on other television programs, including the ABC soap opera One Life to Live, as a judge on an upcoming episode of the Lifetime series Drop Dead Diva: Season 3, and hosting the new game show Love Triangle which premieres next week on GSN (Game Show Network).
About The British Virgin Islands Tourist Board
The British Virgin Islands Tourist Board is a statutory organization of the Government of the Virgin Islands (UK) responsible for promoting the British Virgin Islands as a destination. The BVI Tourist Board invites everyone to experience the seduction of our pristine and exquisite home. For more information on all that BVI has to offer, visit www.bvitourism.com or call toll-free 800-835-8530.
SOURCE British Virgin Islands Tourist Board