Andy Cohen and Anderson Cooper are on tour, and coming to a city near you!
It was the perfect summer night to get cozy and spill some tea, when Andy Cohen and Anderson Cooper got together in Atlanta, Georgia on Saturday night. The event took place at the Cobb Energy Centre, and was sold as an “intimate” evening with the duo, promising to deliver “deep talk” and “shallow tales.” An attendee at the event took to Twitter to share some reality nuggets of info, which were revealed as Cohen addressed fan questions.
On hand to support the king of Bravo and creator of the “Real Housewives” franchise was “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star, Phaedra Parks.
The topic of “Housewives” taglines was a point of interest, with one fan asking how much influence Cohen had over tagline decisions. Andy said that he did indeed have a lot of say over the opening line choices, and was the one who wanted Vicki Gunvalson’s season opener to include the “OG” reference. Cohen was also receptive to the idea of a viewer contest being implemented, to choose a future “Housewife” tagline. Check out a snippet of the show below:
It was revealed that there has been a new woman cast on a “Housewives” franchise, but despite Anderson’s coaxing, Cohen refused to spill any dirt on which show, or any information on the new rookie addition.
We also learned that Cohen would consider inviting Donald Trump, as well as other presidential hopefuls, as guests on ‘Watch What Happens Live.”
A bit of “Real Housewives of New Jersey” tea was spilled, asserting that Andy and the incarcerated Teresa Giudice may soon be in cahoots again, via prison approved email communication. Andy confirmed he heard from Teresa’s lawyer and an email communication acceptance with her is coming!
The freshly fired “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star, Brandi Glanville was naturally a current point of interest. Cohen vaguely clarified that Brandi and Bravo are working to determine what comes next for the controversially mouthy, single mom.
All the rapt attention to his every word, would certainly seem to be a dream come true for the attention-loving, Cohen, the only guy who can pull off selling such “shallow tales” as “deep talk.”
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