Andrew Joseph Cohen (born June 2, 1968) is an American radio and television talk show host, producer, and writer. He is the host and executive producer of the Bravo's late night talk show, Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen.
Cohen also has a pop culture channel on SiriusXM Radio named Radio Andy. He hosts a two-hour live show with co-host John Hill twice a week.
Cohen served as Bravo's Executive Vice President of Development and Talent until 2013. He was responsible for creating original content, developing innovative formats, and identifying new talent.
Roll the tape! Heather Gay claimed that Bravo has footage of her infamous black eye incident from season 3 of The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City — and she thinks the network should release it.“The black eye edit, that was so messy and so weird, and so much was happening outside of the scenes that just didn’t track, and it was stupid,” the Bad Mormon author, 48, told attendees at a recent book event, as captured in a TikTok video shared by a fan on Thursday, March 2.When someone from the crowd asked her what really happened, the reality star repeated her claim that she doesn’t remember. “I blacked out,” the Bravo personality said with a shrug. “But there [were] cameras everywhere, and they should have footage of it, and I don’t know why they’re not showing it.”In order to view the video, please allow Manage CookiesHeather’s bruised eye inspired plenty of theories, but the Beauty Lab + Laser founder maintained that she doesn’t know how it happened. “I blacked out.
I don’t know how it happened,” she explained during part 1 of the RHOSLC season 3 reunion in January. “I woke up terrified. I had my phone plugged in, I was in pajamas.”The California native added that she initially kept her story vague because she was “scared” about how her costars would react to the truth. “When production came into my room, I told them, I said, ‘I have no idea, I have no memory,’” she explained. “And then it spun out of control after that, and I take full responsibility, and I’m really sorry.
It’s terrifying.”Andy Cohen, meanwhile, confirmed that Bravo investigated the incident, but “didn’t find anything” that proved what caused the injury.Last month, however, the Bravo exec, 54, said he doesn’t think it was an accident.Read more on usmagazine.com