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New York Times  bestselling author Andy Cohen goes from bottle service to baby bottles in  a hilarious, heartwarming, and name-dropping account of the most important year of his life.

Andy Cohen has taken on the most important job of his life--father-- and boy (and girl!) does he have a lot to say about it!

One of Andy Cohen's most momentous years starts off with a hangover the morning after an  epic  New Year's Eve broadcast. But Andy doesn't have time to dwell on the drama, as his role as media mogul is now matched with the responsibilities, joys, and growing pains of parenthood.

This fast-paced, mile-a-minute look behind the scenes of living the so-called glamorous life in Manhattan now takes firm aim at life at home. With a three-year-old son, Ben, and a daughter, Lucy, born in May, stories of late-night parties are replaced by early mornings with Ben, drama at the play-ground, and the musings of a single dad trying to navigate having it all. All this is set against the backdrop of constant Housewives drama, hijinks behind the scenes at  Watch What Happens Live,  a revolving door of famous faces, and a worried mother (and newly minted grandmother) in St. Louis.

Buckle up, bottle up, and get ready for a laugh-out-loud and surprisingly poignant look at the ways in which family changes everything and the superficial gets very real. Watch what happens!

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Published March 28, 2023

Hometown celebrity Andy Cohen is returning to St. Louis to discuss his hilarious, heartwarming, and name-dropping account of the most important year of his life and the book that came out of the experience, “The Daddy Diaries: The Year I Grew Up.”

Cohen is the author of four New York Times bestselling books. He is the host and executive producer of “Watch What Happens Live,” Bravo’s late-night interactive talk show. He also serves as executive producer of the Real Housewives franchise and hosts the network’s highly-rated reunion specials. He’s won an Emmy and two Peabody Awards for his work, and he lives in New York City with his two children.

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One of Andy Cohen’s most momentous years starts off with a hangover the morning after an epic New Year’s Eve broadcast. But Andy doesn’t have time to dwell on the drama, as his role as media mogul is now matched with the responsibilities, joys, and growing pains of parenthood.

This fast-paced, mile-a-minute look behind the scenes of living the so-called glamorous life in Manhattan now takes firm aim at life at home. With a three-year-old son, Ben, and a daughter, Lucy, born in May, stories of late-night parties are replaced by early mornings with Ben, drama at the play-ground, and the musings of a single dad trying to navigate having it all. All this is set against the backdrop of constant Housewives drama, hijinks behind the scenes at Watch What Happens Live, a revolving door of famous faces, and a worried mother (and newly minted grandmother) in St. Louis.

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To kick off the launch of the new book, Cohen will take the stage at the Jewish Community Center on May 6th at 7 p.m.  Tickets are on sale now for Admit One or Virtual . Each ticket includes one book, and customers may order signed copies of Daddy Diaries.

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Celebrity Alert: Andy Cohen returns to his alma mater to promote latest book

Posted: Nov 23, 2021 / 04:16 PM CST

Updated: Nov 23, 2021 / 04:16 PM CST

CLAYTON, Mo. – Celebrity Andy Cohen is back in St. Louis to spend time with his family and will stop by his alma mater Tuesday night to promote his newest New York Times  bestseller.

☀️ good morning!☀️ see you in St. Louis tonight! https://t.co/bRlGgIoBTd — Andy Cohen (@Andy) November 23, 2021

Appearing at Clayton High School, Cohen will talk about his latest book, “Glitter Every Day: 365 Quotes from Women I Love.” It’s a collection of inspiring quotes from “the larger-than-life women that defined his life,” according to the book’s description .

Pre-order my book! https://t.co/3E0m8YyO2t pic.twitter.com/mgpcEomt4a — Andy Cohen (@Andy) October 24, 2021

The event is presented by Left Bank Books and virtual tickets are still available , which include a copy of the book.

Cohen is known for his late-night talk show, “Watch What Happens Live,” on Bravo and for producing “The Real Housewives” franchise. He has won an Emmy and two Peabody Awards for his work and currently lives in New York City.

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ST. LOUIS — Andy Cohen is returning to St. Louis in May for a book signing. The author, TV show host, and Real Housewives producer is releasing a new book called, The Daddy Diaries: The Year I Grew Up. You can meet him at the Jewish Community Center on May 6 at 7p.m.

Cohen grew up in St. Louis, and his first book titled Most Talkative became a bestseller. It is about growing up in St. Louis and working in national news and entertainment. That book is now being developed into a TV show.

His newest book is about the most important job in his life, becoming a father. The Daddy Diaries promises to be another hilarious, heartwarming, and name-dropping story.

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JEFFERSON COUNTY, Mo. – Two people are behind bars after a man reportedly attacked a Jefferson County deputy with a screwdriver during an attempted arrest over the weekend.

Prosecutors have charged Nicholas Davis, 47, and Amanda Davis, 45, of Dittmer, Missouri, with felonies in the investigation.

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The alleged attack followed a traffic stop of a driver in the 9500 block of Jones Creek Road on July 7, though the driver was not Nicholas or Amanda.

According to court documents obtained by FOX 2, Nicholas reportedly came out of his nearby home, yelled at a deputy and started approaching him while holding a screwdriver. The deputy initially ordered Nicholas to back away, then used pepper spray.

Per court documents, the deputy attempted to arrest Nicholas, who then struck him in the chest with the screwdriver. Amanda reportedly approached the deputy and pulled him away from Nicholas before both ran inside their home.

The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office says the situation prompted an hours-long standoff involving negotiators, a SWAT team and a K-9 deputy. The situation led to Nicholas refusing warnings and being bitten by a K-9.

Nicholas and Amanda are both jailed in the Jefferson County Jail without bond. Nicholas is charged with first-degree assault on a special victim and armed criminal action. Amanda is charged with resisting/interfering with arrest.

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A Metro spokesperson says half of the station isn’t being used right now because of safety issues. It isn’t impacting overall bus operations, everything is just happening on the other side of transit center.

The extent of the damage to the actual transit center is still unclear, but I’m told it does not appear to be extreme. A Metro spokesperson tells me there were no injuries to any metro workers or passengers. The tanker driver also was not injured.

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Harvard Book Store welcomes bestselling author and Emmy Award-winning television personality ANDY COHEN for a discussion of his new book The Daddy Diaries: The Year I Grew Up . He will be joined in conversation by ROBIN YOUNG— host of NPR's Here & Now .

A Return to In-Person Events

Harvard Book Store is excited to be back to in-person programming. To ensure the safety and comfort of everyone in attendance, the following Covid-19 safety protocols will be in place at all of our Memorial Church events until further notice:

  • Face coverings are encouraged to be worn by all attendees and staff.
  • For the time being, we will not be holding author signings at these events, in order to limit close contact. Signed bookplates will be available with purchases of The Daddy Diaries at the event.

Note: This event will feature an ASL interpreter.

Each ticket includes one hardcover copy of The Daddy Diaries : The Year I Grew Up and an autographed bookplate from Andy Cohen.

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About The Daddy Diaries

Andy Cohen has taken on the most important job of his life―father― and boy (and girl!) does he have a lot to say about it!

One of Andy Cohen’s most momentous years starts off with a hangover the morning after an epic New Year’s Eve broadcast. But Andy doesn’t have time to dwell on the drama, as his role as media mogul is now matched with the responsibilities, joys, and growing pains of parenthood.

This fast-paced, mile-a-minute look behind the scenes of living the so-called glamorous life in Manhattan now takes firm aim at life at home. With a three-year-old son, Ben, and a daughter, Lucy, born in May, stories of late-night parties are replaced by early mornings with Ben, drama at the play-ground, and the musings of a single dad trying to navigate having it all. All this is set against the backdrop of constant Housewives drama, hijinks behind the scenes at Watch What Happens Live , a revolving door of famous faces, and a worried mother (and newly minted grandmother) in St. Louis.

Buckle up, bottle up, and get ready for a laugh-out-loud and surprisingly poignant look at the ways in which family changes everything and the superficial gets very real. Watch what happens!

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ANDY COHEN is the author of four New York Times bestselling books. He is the host and executive producer of Watch What Happens Live , Bravo’s late-night interactive talk show. He also serves as executive producer of the Real Housewives franchise and hosts the network’s highly rated reunion specials. He’s won an Emmy and two Peabody Awards for his work, and he lives in New York City with his two children.

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Robin Young is the host of NPR's Here & Now . She is a Peabody Award–winning documentary filmmaker who has also reported for NBC, CBS and ABC television, and for several years was substitute host and correspondent for The Today Show . Robin has received several Emmy Awards for her television work, as well as cable’s Ace Award, the Religious Public Relations Council’s Wilbur Award and the National Conference of Christians and Jews Gold Award. She has also received radio’s regional Edward R. Murrow Award. Her documentary “The Los Altos Story,” made in association with the Rotary Club of Los Altos, Calif., won the prestigious George Foster Peabody Award and is now the backbone of a worldwide HIV/AIDS awareness initiative.

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Andy Cohen: "The Daddy Diaries: The Year I Grew Up"

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Saturday, May 13, 2023, 7:00 pm

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/andy-cohen-at-memorial-church-tickets-588220211487

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Here & Now co-host Robin Young will sit down with author and Emmy Award winner Andy Cohen to discuss his new book, "The Daddy Diaries: The Year I Grew Up."

Each ticket includes one hardcover copy of the book and an autographed bookplate from Andy Cohen.

About "The Daddy Diaries" Andy Cohen has taken on the most important job of his life―father― and boy (and girl!) does he have a lot to say about it!

One of Andy Cohen’s most momentous years starts off with a hangover the morning after an epic New Year’s Eve broadcast. But Andy doesn’t have time to dwell on the drama, as his role as media mogul is now matched with the responsibilities, joys and growing pains of parenthood.

This fast-paced, mile-a-minute look behind the scenes of living the so-called glamorous life in Manhattan now takes firm aim at life at home. With a three-year-old son, Ben, and a daughter, Lucy, born in May, stories of late-night parties are replaced by early mornings with Ben, drama at the playground, and the musings of a single dad trying to navigate having it all. All this is set against the backdrop of constant Housewives drama, hijinks behind the scenes at "Watch What Happens Live," a revolving door of famous faces and a worried mother (and newly minted grandmother) in St. Louis.

Buckle up, bottle up and get ready for a laugh-out-loud and surprisingly poignant look at the ways in which family changes everything and the superficial gets very real. Watch what happens!

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Join Cohen and Cooper for an unscripted, uncensored and unforgettable night of conversation. The late night talk show host and the journalist, longtime friends, interview each other and take questions from the audience. It's a live, interactive look behind the scenes of pop culture and world events.

Anderson Cooper is the multiple Emmy award-winning CNN anchor and correspondent for CBS’ 60 Minutes. He has covered most major news events in the US and around the world for the past 23 years, and his memoir, Dispatches from the Edge, topped the New York Times' Bestseller list.

Andy Cohen is an Emmy award-winning host and Executive Producer of “Watch What Happens: Live,” Bravo’s late night, interactive talk show. Cohen is also the Executive Producer of the wildly popular “Real Housewives” series. Cohen has written two New York Times’ Bestsellers: Most Talkative: Stories from the Frontlines of Pop Culture, and The Andy Cohen Diaries: A Deep Look at a Shallow Year.

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Andy Cohen's 'Most Talkative' Book Tour: Go Say Mazel!

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Are you one of the many clamoring to get your hands on a copy of Andy Cohen's new book Most Talkative: Tales From the Front Lines of Pop Culture ? Want to rub elbows with Mr. Bravo himself and say Mazel on his new accomplishment? Here's your chance. Starting May 8, Andy will be criss-crossing the country on a book tour with a series of readings, lunches and other events in support of Talkative. If he's in your city and you've got a burning pop culture question for Andy, get your ticket and get ready for some fabulousness.

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Tuesday, May 8 in New York City Bravo! An Evening with Andy Cohen: Stories from the Front Lines of Pop Culture Moderated by Bill Carter 92nd Street Y 200 Hudson Street 7:00 PM *Raffle drawing for tickets to that night's Watch What Happens Live will take place SOLD OUT!

Wednesday, May 9 in New York City Talk and Signing at Barnes & Noble Fashion Institute of Technology 227 W. 27th St. 5:00 PM

Thursday, May 10 in Ridgewood, NJ Talk and Signing at Bookends 232 East Ridgewood Ave. Ridgewood, NJ 7:00 PM Friday, May 11 in St. Louis, MO Talk at St. Louis County Library (Moderated by Mcraw Milhaven of KTRS) 1640 S. Lindbergh Blvd. St. Louis, MO 7:00 PM Tuesday, May 15 in Los Angeles, CA Reading and Signing at Barnes & Noble The Grove 189 The Grove Drive 7:00 PM

Wednesday, May 16 in San Francisco, CA Conversation and Lunch at Chow Restaurant Hosted By Rakestraw Books (With Liam MayClem) 335 Railroad Ave. Danville, CA 12:00 PM Tickets: $40 includes lunch, $10 discount on 'Most Talkative,' $10 donation to amfaR and goodie bag Contact: 925-837-7337

Wednesday May 16 in San Francisco, CA An Evening With Andy Cohen at Commonwealth Club Castro Threatre 429 Castro St. San Francisco, CA 7:30 PM Thursday, May 17 in Miami, FL Reading, Q&A and Signing at Books & Books 265 Aragon Ave. Coral Gables, FL 8:00 PM

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With a nod to the 1989 bestseller The Andy Warhol Diaries , Cohen’s new book— The Andy Cohen Diaries: A Deep Look at a Shallow Year —is a pop-culture time capsule covering a year in his life. Cohen lets readers inside the world of New York City celebrity. Nothing is off-limits as he recounts backstage hijinks on the set of his Bravo TV talk show Watch What Happens Live , nights out with famous friends, and romantic nights at home cleaning up after his new canine roommate, Wacha.

Like Warhol, Cohen is a night owl with a front row seat to a world not many get to see in New York City. We are treated to an insider’s account of bombing on Letterman , interviewing stars like Britney Spears and Mariah Carey, a night out at the Oscars, and all the drama of Real Housewives production and reunions.

Cohen also lets us into his life in the West Village, in St. Louis, and on trips all over the world. Listen in on conversations with his beloved and unforgettable mom, Evelyn, and tag along as he searches for a boyfriend at synagogue, eventually finding love with his adorable rescue pup. In conversation with Wolf Blitzer , anchor of CNN’s The Situation Room .  Book signing to follow.

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Most Talkative: Stories from the Front Lines of Pop Culture Hardcover – Bargain Price, May 8, 2012

<>The man behind the Real Housewives writes about his lifelong love affair with pop culture that brought him from the suburbs of St. Louis to his own television show

From a young age, Andy Cohen knew one thing: He loved television. Not in the way that most kids do, but in an irrepressible, all-consuming, I-want-to-climb-inside-the-tube kind of way. And climb inside he did. Now presiding over Bravo's reality TV empire, he started out as an overly talkative pop culture obsessive, devoted to Charlie's Angels and All My Children and to his mother, who received daily letters from Andy at summer camp, usually reminding her to tape the soaps. In retrospect, it's hard to believe that everyone didn't know that Andy was gay; still, he remained in the closet until college. Finally out, he embarked on making a career out of his passion for television.

The journey begins with Andy interviewing his all-time idol Susan Lucci for his college newspaper and ends with him in a job where he has a hand in creating today's celebrity icons. In the witty, no-holds-barred style of his show Watch What Happens Live , Andy tells tales of absurd mishaps during his ten years at CBS News, hilarious encounters with the heroes and heroines of his youth, and the real stories behind The Real Housewives . Dishy, funny, and full of heart, Most Talkative provides a one-of-a-kind glimpse into the world of television, from a fan who grew up watching the screen and is now inside it, both making shows and hosting his own.

  • Print length 288 pages
  • Language English
  • Publisher Henry Holt and Co.
  • Publication date May 8, 2012
  • Dimensions 6.41 x 1.02 x 9.54 inches
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"[Cohen] is funny as Augusten Burroughs used to be...[ Most Talkative ] requires zero interest in 'Top Chef,' 'Real Housewives' or anything else on Bravo to find him highly entertaining company through this joke-filled joy ride."-- The New York Times

“Andy Cohen’s new book Most Talkative is laugh-out-loud funny.  Anyone who likes pop culture will really like this book.  It’s a perfect read for this summer.”--Anderson Cooper

"Ladies, put 50 Shades aside for Andy Cohen's Most Talkative , a book about friendship, family, and fun. His coming out story will break your heart."--Jessica Seinfeld

“ Most Talkative is Andy Cohen’s story from starting out as an intern for CBS news and working his way up the ranks through programming and then eventually becoming a personality himself.  He’s a really funny writer!”--Kelly Ripa

“A wonderfully fun, funny and inspirational journey, peppered with colorful, crisis prone women.  I loved it! Most Talkative is most read-ative!”--Amy Sedaris, author of I Like You and Simple Times

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<>Andy Cohen is Bravo's executive vice president of Development and Talent, responsible for overseeing the production of such hits as Top Chef  and  The Real Housewives franchises. In addition, Cohen is the host and executive producer of Watch What Happens Live , Bravo's late-night, interactive talk show. He also hosts the network's reunion specials. He's won an Emmy and two Peabody Awards for his work, and he lives in New York City.

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<>My Date with Susan Lucci

I'm standing on the corner of Sixty-seventh and Columbus Avenue in Manhattan waiting for a meeting that will change my life. It's December 11, 1987. I'm nineteen years old and about to have my first encounter with a celebrity. Not just any celebrity. The Queen of Daytime, and my first diva: Susan Lucci.

I fell in love with Erica Kane the summer before my freshman year of high school. Like all red-blooded teen American boys, I'd come home from water polo practice and eat a box of Entenmann's Pop'Ems donut holes in front of the TV while obsessively fawning over All My Children and Erica, her clothes, and her narcissistic attitude. My sister Em and I even got my mom into the show. Which was a coup because Evelyn Cohen doesn't suffer fools: She gets the New York Times—not Soap Opera Digest—delivered to our house in St. Louis. And in general, Jewish women don't tend to sit around watching soaps. Don't ask me why.

Dinner "conversation" at the Cohens' meant my sister, mom, and I relaying in brutal detail the day's events in a state of amplified hysteria, while my father listened to his own smooth jazz station in his head. After dinner, my dad would rejoin the living, and I would inevitably hear the three words I dreaded more than anything else: "Wanna play catch?"

No, I did not want to play catch. Ever.

I would turn to my mom for a reprieve, who would instead give me a look that was simultaneously threatening and begging. "Just humor your father and go TOSS THE DAMN BALL!" I got out of it most times by just making a run for it and sliding into my home base, in front of the TV.

Susan Lucci was the biggest star in the daytime galaxy, and she served it up hot and fresh and chic five days a week. Before there was Joan Collins's Alexis Morrell Carrington Colby Dexter Rowan on Dynasty, there was Erica Kane Martin Brent Cudahy Chandler Montgomery Montgomery Chandler Marick Marick Montgomery on All My Children.

A few months earlier, the professor in my Boston University news writing and reporting class assigned us a feature story and challenged us to nab an interview with one of our idols. He said if we got someone good, we could get our article published in the BU newspaper. Finally, my ticket to something big—a byline—and a chance to meet and interview one of my two idols: Susan Lucci or Sam Donaldson.

I didn't say Sam Donaldson just to impress my professor, either. I really loved him. During the Reagan years, he was the only member of the White House press corps who actually asked the man a direct question and held him accountable. (To this day, when I'm interviewing someone, I try to channel Sam. Of course, today my hardest-hitting interviews are usually with Real Housewives.) My admiration for Donaldson aside, when you give yourself two celebrity options on an assignment like this, you can bet that the one without the weird hair system is going to win every time.

I wrote Lucci's publicist an impassioned declaration of love, which secured me an interview, which was then postponed . . . multiple times . . . until this day. Fearful that I was one more postponement away from cancellation, I woke up at 7 a.m. and began calling that publicist's office to nail down the details and get my instructions for the day. All I knew was that I was supposed to meet Susan Lucci. The rest was a mystery, and I wanted it solved. I dialed and dialed and the phone rang and rang. By 9 a.m. I was convinced this interview, like the others, wasn't going to happen. But I was already in New York City! I couldn't go home empty-handed. Ruefully, I decided that Sam Donaldson's publicist never would have blown me off, if Sam Donaldson indeed even had a publicist. Probably not. Sam Donaldson was too down-to-earth, and there's no way a publicist would have just let that hair thing go.

Three hours after I'd begun, I deliberately punched in the now memorized sequence of numbers in a last-ditch effort. One ring. Two rings. Three, four, five, six, seven . . . and then someone, an assistant I guess, finally picked up. I was told to report to the ABC studios on the Upper West Side at 12:30. And that's how I learned that people in New York don't start working until 10 a.m. How cushy.

I get momentarily dizzy when I see the marquee that says, "In Pine Valley, Anything Can Happen." Of course, I've arrived outside the studio an hour early wearing bar mitzvah attire: button-down, paisley tie, sport jacket, and a trench coat that could have been from the Mini-Dan Rather Collection. My hair is more awkward than normal, as I'm in the midst of growing it out to Deadhead perfection. I tamed the Jewfro when I woke up, but its stability is threatened by the humidity of an unseasonably warm December day.

But I haven't shown up with sixty minutes to spare just to stand around and gawk like a tourist. I have something else on my agenda. In addition to the Lucci interview, I'm working on a creative writing paper examining whether Pine Valley is an accurate representation of society. (Just the sort of deep topic my parents expected me to be exploring when they signed my enormous BU tuition check.) I've brought my tape recorder to nab on-the-street interviews with actors from the show.

Occasionally a Pine Valley "resident" walks out of the stage door and I first internally freak out ("OMG IT'S CLIFF!"), then attack them with my recorder. I see myself as a Sam Donaldson type; they probably see me as a John Hinckley Jr. type.

"IS PINE VALLEY AN ACCURATE REFLECTION OF SOCIETY?!" I yell at every familiar face in a high-pitched panic. They are all initially terrified and must take a moment to process what is happening: overly hyper kid with tape recorder and 'fro yelling stupid question. Once they realize I'm probably not going to shoot any of them to impress Jodie Foster, I get quick interviews with "Donna," "Cliff," "Ross," "Travis" (who has dried shaving cream on his ear), and even the man who plays Palmer's butler, "Jasper." Their answers are gripping—"Not really." "No." "Maybe."

At 12:30, euphoric after my journalistic ramp-up to the main event, I walk into the building and announce that I'm there as a guest of Ms. Lucci. "Susan Lucci," I say, triumphantly. "I am Andrew Cohen and I am here to see Susan Lucci."

The guard nonchalantly mumbles into a microphone, and his voice crackles over a loudspeaker, "Susan Lucci, guest in the lobby." I am stunned at his informality and offended by his lack of respect when summoning the actress who plays Erica Kane.

I wait in terror, convinced that something, yet again, will go awry: I've gotten the day wrong, or Ms. Lucci's changed her mind. Or it could go exactly as I'd imagined—a minion would appear to spirit me away to Erica Kane's penthouse lair. After a couple of minutes, the double doors open, and she glides toward me. Susan Lucci. Radiant. Confident. Really, really small. Like, child-sized, even. My moment of disconcertion at how this person who is larger than life to me could be so alarmingly pint-sized is short-lived, as she opens her mouth to speak.

"You must be Andrew," she coos.

She is wearing a red knit dress, red hoop earrings, black heels, a full-length mink coat, and massive sunglasses. Her hair is teased three stories high: a masterpiece of eighties glamour and engineering.

I finally stammer out something that sounds like "HI!"

"Well, I hope you like Mexican food, Andrew, because I'm taking you to lunch," she purrs.

In fact, I hate Mexican food. I have a lifelong aversion to beans, and I wanted to see the studio. On the other hand: Susan Lucci and I are going to lunch? On a date? ¡Me gusta!

"Oh my god, I looooove Mexican food!" I scream.

The publicist shows up just as we're walking out of the building. She's tall, wearing a butter-leather jacket, with frosted hair pulled back, a smoker's voice, and an air of cosmopolitan authority. We walk a few blocks to a restaurant called Santa Fe. On the way, some nutbag on the street asks Lucci if she received his card.

"Your card?" she asks. She seems concerned. "Oh nooo, I didn't! I'll check with the guard," she says very sincerely, turning to me with a wink. She and I know she'll not be checking with the guard. I'm in on the joke with Susan—on the inside of inside. I marvel at her ability to be tolerant and kind with this weirdo, making him feel as if he really matters to her, treating him as nicely as she's treating me. As we get further down the street, a guy in a truck yells, "Erica Kane! We love you!" She waves. I imagine little cartoon birds fluttering down to pick up the hem of her mink coat so it doesn't drag on the ground.

At the restaurant, we sit down at the table, and Susan and her publicist start talking quietly about a photo shoot that's coming up, and Susan says that ABC "has finally gotten it right." Susan is happy. I can't believe how super-confidential their convo feels. There is a business behind this soap I've spent my life ogling from my seat on a sofa in the middle of the country, and it is fascinating. I zero in on what Susan said about ABC "finally getting it right." What was wrong before? I wonder. Was Susan unhappy with ABC? Perhaps, as our friendship deepens, she will learn that she can trust me enough to confide in me regarding these matters. Strictly off the record, of course.

By the time they remember I'm there and turn to me, I'm convinced that my hair has expanded at least an inch in diameter since Sixty-seventh Street.

They ask me about my major, my goals. I am absolutely bullish on my future, and tell them awwwwlllll about it, while they sit there, nodding patiently, smiling patiently, and agreeing patiently. I tell them that I'm a sophomore Broadcast Journalism major and I want to be the next Dan Rather. Then, hearing myself say that and realizing that Dan Rather barely ever goes through an interview blathering about his hopes and dreams, I abruptly start reading from a list of questions I've prepared about Erica Kane:

"Is Erica mo...

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  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B00BCUHCL2
  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Henry Holt and Co. (May 8, 2012)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • Hardcover ‏ : ‎ 288 pages
  • Item Weight ‏ : ‎ 1.05 pounds
  • Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 6.41 x 1.02 x 9.54 inches

About the author

Andy Cohen is an Emmy Award-winning American television executive, host, and author. He is the host of Bravo network's nightly live talk show Watch What Happens Live and the author of a memoir, Most Talkative: Stories from the Front Lines of Pop Culture, as well as The Andy Cohen Diaries: A Deep Look at a Shallow Year. His third book, Superficial: More Adventures from the Andy Cohen Diaries will be released November 2016. He is the first openly gay host of an American late night talk show. In the summer of 2016 he announced a book imprint, Andy Cohen Books, with Henry Holt.

Andy is currently on tour with Anderson Cooper for their AC2 Tour: Deep Talk and Shallow Tales. To purchase tickets for an event near you, please visit: AC2Live.com.

In November 2014, Cohen became a New York Times best-selling author for a third time with the release of his latest book, “The Andy Cohen Diaries: A Deep Look At a Shallow Year” published by Henry Holt. Cohen achieved similar success with both the hardcover (May 2012) and the paperback (May 2013) versions of his first book, titled, “Most Talkative: Stories from the Frontlines of Pop Culture.”

In the fall of 2015, Cohen launched “Radio Andy,” a personally curated channel on SiriusXM focused on pop culture, celebrities, lifestyle, relationships and the dish on all topics deep and shallow. The channel is a fun, uncensored entertainment and talk destination with celebrity hosts including Cohen, who will have daily and weekly shows on air. Born in St. Louis, Cohen is a graduate of Boston University where he received a B.A. in broadcast journalism. Cohen is currently on the board of directors for charity Friends In Deed and resides in New York City. Andy has over two million followers on social media; follow him on Facebook, Twitter (@andy), Instagram (@bravoandy) and Tumblr (therealandycohen.tumblr.com).

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Since the publication of his last book, Andy has toured the country with his sidekick Anderson Cooper, hit the radio waves with his own Sirius station, Radio Andy , appeared on Real Time with Bill Maher despite his mother’s conviction he was not intellectually prepared, hosted NBC’s Primetime New Year’s Eve special, guest edited Entertainment Weekly , starred in Bravo’s Then & Now with Andy Cohen , offended celebrities with his ongoing case of foot-in-mouth disease, and welcomed home Teresa “Namaste” Giudice, from a brief stint in jail. Hopping from the Hamptons to the Manhattan dating world, the dog park to the red carpet, Cardinals superfan and mama’s boy Andy Cohen, with Wacha in tow, is the kind of star that fans are dying to be friends with. This book gives them that chance.

If The Andy Cohen Diaries was deemed “the literary equivalent of a Fresca and tequila” by Jimmy Fallon, Superficial is a double: dishier, juicier, and friskier. In this account of his escapades—personal, professional, and behind-the-scenes—Andy tells us not only what goes down, but exactly what he thinks of it.

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Andy Cohen is the host and Executive Producer of “ Watch What Happens Live ,” Bravo ’s late night, interactive talk show. The series is the only live show in Late Night, and features everyone from “Bravolebrities” to big names in pop culture, including Oprah, Cher, Lady Gaga, Meryl Streep, Sarah Jessica Parker, Tina Fey, Liam Neeson, Jerry Seinfeld, Jimmy Fallon, Anderson Cooper, Kelly Ripa, and many many Real Housewives. He also serves as Executive Producer of “The Real Housewives” franchise and hosts the network’s highly rated reunion specials.

In May 2013, Cohen became a New York Times best-selling author for the second time with the release of the paperback version of his book, Most Talkative: Stories from the Frontlines of Pop Culture published by St Martin's Press. The hardcover, published by Henry Holt, also achieved similar success back in June 2012, spending 13 weeks on the list.

Most recently, Cohen served as Bravo ’s Executive Vice President of Development and Talent from November 2011 to present. He was responsible for creating original content, developing innovative formats and identifying new talent. He also served as Executive Producer on Emmy and James Beard award-winning “Top Chef.”

Born in St. Louis , Cohen is a graduate of Boston University where he received a B.A. degree in broadcast journalism. He’s won an Emmy and two Peabody Awards for his work, and he lives in New York City with his dog, Wacha.

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Inside Andy Cohen's Clubhouse: A behind-the-scenes look at 'Watch What Happens Live'

T he first rule of the Clubhouse is: You're not invited to the Clubhouse. The second rule of the Clubhouse is: No, really, you're not invited.

If you're a Bravo fan, you know exactly what I mean. The Clubhouse is the intimate set where Andy Cohen hosts Bravo's stalwart late-night program Watch What Happens Live , and it's nearly impossible to get in as an audience member. You can't buy tickets, enter a lottery, or wait in line all day. You have to beg and hope or know someone. It might be New York City's most exclusive ticket and the hottest commodity in the Bravoverse, a place where beef among Bravolebrities is constantly born, creating real-time online gossip.

Despite the difficulty, I'm here to tell you what it's like to attend — twice.

The good folks at Bravo allowed me and my wife — a Bravo superfan who got me hooked on the network's offerings years ago — to attend two shows after I wrote about the network's boom in popularity in 2023.

The first thing you need to do to enter the Clubhouse, should you be so lucky, isn't very fun. You fill out some forms way ahead of time, agreeing to, I assume, some boilerplate rules that, frankly, I didn't bother to read. I was going, no matter the conditions. Then there are more emails about what to expect and wear: "Dress as if you're getting cocktails with Bravolebrities!" On the day of, you're in your best shirt, in line with roughly 19 other audience members outside a nondescript office building in Lower Manhattan.

The show is a well-oiled machine, even if it is known for creating messy online drama. WWHL is celebrating its 15th anniversary this summer , and you can tell they know exactly how to churn these episodes out. Before we get into the nitty-gritty details, here are the basics of attending the show IRL:

  • You queue outside the office building precisely one hour before filming, where you're counted, checked in, and handed two drink tickets.
  • Alongside the rest of the guests, you're led up an elevator to the sixth floor, where you hear loud, fun music as you get close.
  • There's a small lobby with a bar (hence the drink tickets), backdrops for photos (with cutouts of Cohen and the WWHL desk), and a few places to sit and mingle.
  • Shortly before filming, the audience lines up in a specific order corresponding to where you'll sit in the Clubhouse.
  • Once seated, there’s a Q&A with Andy before the show’s guests arrive and filming begins.
  • You watch the show! It takes about as long as the actual airtime. You’re encouraged to whoop, yell, react, and participate when appropriate.
  • After the show, you’re back outside the office building, watching the stars get chauffeured out in black cars.

Now, the million-dollar question for Bravo fans everywhere: What's the experience like? TL;DR: It's as fun as you’d imagine and even more intimate than you’d think. The episodes we saw featured, respectively, Lindsay Hubbard and Gabby Prescod from Bravo’s Summer House , then actor Joel Kim Booster and Real Housewives of New Jersey legend Teresa Giudice. As an audience member, you’re legitimately part of the show. How could you not be? We sat close enough to smell Tre's perfume. (It smelled nice.)

Let's get into the details.

The pre-show

Let me be clear: There is no having a bad time at a WWHL taping for a fan. It's a once-in-a-lifetime experience since you can't purchase the ticket. But I've got to say, our taping with Giudice was far more fun because the fans were so excited. People began cheering as they stood in line outside the building. Folks danced in the elevator as the music waned from the sixth floor. A pregnant woman negotiated with her friends to dole out her drink tickets — everyone cackled. Even the bartender said, "Oh, it's a great crowd."

Through some unlucky break, the Summer House crowd was a bit more muted. It seemed a few men were dragged along who maybe didn't get how big a deal it was to attend.

That's the thing: Because you can't buy tickets, you can get an interesting mix of attendees. Sometimes tickets go up at charity auctions — I expect a few disinterested finance bros got their partner's tickets that way. Then there are friends of folks who work on the show, friends of guests, and superfans who pulled strings. And then, twice, there was me and my wife, Analise. It's hard to describe how excited we were.

The first go-round, we were almost worried about it. We fretted over what to wear for about a week. We arrived so early. I threw back my free drinks before taping, afraid I'd spill live on air. It was nerve-wracking but in a night-before-Christmas kind of way. By the second taping (pictured above), we felt more comfortable. And the crowd was much more open and fun. Everyone danced, joked, and had a good time, easing anxious energy and raising excitement.

During the pre-show happy hour and photo-op, you might even run into the guests on the show. The room isn't huge, and the bathrooms are shared. One audience member from the Summer House -themed episode hustled out of the restroom and quickly told us she had an interaction with Hubbard in the women's room. I'm using kinder words than the fan's description of the event, but honestly, how freaking cool to have a famously ( allegedly ) rude Bravolebrity (allegedly) be rude to you! It's every Bravo superfan's dream! You're in this tiny space with the stars of your favorite shows, watching it all go down as it happens.

OK, wait, a little bit of housekeeping and a not-so-secret fact. Some Watch What Happens Live episodes are no longer aired live. The Summer House -themed episode, for instance, was taped two days ahead of time. It makes sense. Cohen is a media mogul with, I assume, a busy schedule. The show airs five days a week. There's no way he'd be free every night.

So, anyway, what happens after those welcome drinks? You're quickly shuttled into the Clubhouse, past hallways adorned with decorations like Jax Taylor's infamous chunky white fisherman's sweater. (You know the one.)

It's hard to overstate how tiny the Clubhouse is. I've been on other TV sets, and it still felt quite condensed. Analise, who has been watching the show forever, couldn't believe the on-set bar was barely a couple of feet from the guests. Camera angles can play tricks.

"The studio was so small, and the audience was so small, it was much more intimate than I expected," Analise told me after the tapings.

The Andy Cohen Q&A

So by the time you have your pre-drinks, you take your seats, and you talk with Andy, an audience member will spend far more time doing other things than actually seeing the show get filmed. But the Q&A is a highly anticipated moment for fans because Andy is the Alpha and Omega of Bravo. Most audience members used the time to make little jokes or ask gossipy questions about the Bravoverse. There were some cringey questions — "Are you jealous my last name is Gay?" — but mostly, Cohen did a deft job joking with the audience while avoiding revealing anything too newsy. He's there to warm you up, not give you Bravo tea for your TikTok account.

Still, as a journalist, I felt the need to ask him a question. I asked him which Bravolebrity made him the most nervous or required him to prep the hardest for an interview. He had to take a beat before sharing his answer: Erika Jayne during the 2021 RHOBH reunion. Honestly, I felt proud that I momentarily stumped one of the best interviewers out there — and that was a good thing because I was too nervous to follow up.

And Cohen is right there. He paces up and down in front of the audience; the front row sits in chairs, and the second row is raised on an extended bench. The guy has a presence. He controls the room like a celeb who's had fans bombard them for the past 15 years. He'll funnily answer audience questions and sternly warn them, "I'm filming a promo," if someone tries to ask something while the camera rolls. He'll ask, "Sir, are you here under duress?" to the uneasy finance bros. He'll talk to the audience and producers in his earpiece simultaneously. As I said, the show is a well-oiled machine, and the audience is an integral part of that apparatus — but an annoying fan isn't going to be the grain of sand that grinds the gears to a halt.

Cohen gets to his customary seat after the audience Q&A wraps up, and the show begins.

Taping the show

As an audience member, you are there to bring the vibes. You're encouraged to have a good, well-lubricated time with your fellow seatmates. It's hard to have a bad time, mainly because a producer named Rachael might be the best hype-woman I've ever seen. She's got the whole spiel down flat, like a camp counselor on her tenth summer. She's cheering. She's getting you going. She's letting you know when to scream and for how long. Now that I've gone behind the scenes, I cannot miss her yaaaaaaaaaaaaay in and out of every WWHL commercial break. (And now you can't either.)

Otherwise, it's sort of like watching the show at home. Even the taped broadcast followed a strict schedule. You can spot most of the graphics on screens overhead. Phones are allowed, but only during breaks. You're encouraged to ohh and ahh and haha, but there's absolutely no yelling out or answering the trivia questions. And if you absolutely must use the bathroom, there is no re-entry. You're in and out in just about the exact time it takes to watch the show on television.

It might not surprise you to know that so much actually happens during Watch What Happens Liv e. We got to watch Hubbard skirt accountability on her much-publicized break-up and spot Andy giving her serious side-eye from a spitting distance away.

We got to see Teresa Giudice — in a skin-tight lavender jumpsuit — forcefully (and kind of unconvincingly) deny ever leaking things to bloggers. We watched as her husband Louie, who's taller than you think, fed her a line about her enemies being "obsessed" from our little peanut gallery.

We got to see Giudice's makeup people — seemingly glammed up for a night out at the club — rush out to touch her up during commercial breaks. We even saw Giudice take countless selfies, getting the angles just right, long after the cameras stopped rolling and as producers probably eagerly awaited the audience to exit.

Seeing these soon-to-be-viral moments up close was a unique experience.

It was also neat to be there live as people watching from home lost their minds over Giudice — her jumpsuit, her putdowns of her sister-in-law whose name she refused to utter, and, well, just Teresa just being Teresa. I cracked up at Giudice's refusal to say her SIL's name, and folks noticed it online. I even predicted to Analise she'd wear a latex jumpsuit before she took the stage. (Maybe I watch too much Bravo.) But it was cool to be there in person for what I'd usually tweet about from my couch.

So, how was it?

I hope by now it's clear: Going to Watch What Happens Live is a blast for a Bravo fan. It's like jumping into the TV screen momentarily and getting a bit part in the Bravoverse. If you listen closely, you can hear my laugh in the background and barely catch me in an audience shot. You get to see if the Bravolebrities live up to their reputation, which, in my experience, is a resounding yes.

Sure, you can buy a ticket to BravoCon, but thousands of people do that. WWHL is the golden ticket, the ever-so-exclusive treat. Our Bravo-watching friends were jealous, and for good reason. It's far more intimate than any other studio show I've been to. Any schmo can see Stephen Colbert. Not many get to throw back a Fresquila alongside Andy Cohen.

I can't tell you how to get in, but I can suggest you do it if you can. And if you do score an invite to Bravo's chocolate factory, just make sure you prepare a good question for Andy.

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