The gay brass behind the success of
cable channel Bravo is moving in front of the camera with his own talk
Openly gay Bravo Senior Vice President
of Production and Programming Andy Cohen is getting his own
late-night talk show. Watch What Happens lands on Bravo
Thursday, July 16.
Bravo's information distributors say
the “chats” will include “lively debates and passionate
discussions about everything from fashion, to the latest Housewives
drama, to what celebrity news is making headlines that week.”
But what the minions don't share with
us is how Cohen, who has overseen hit series such as The Real
Housewives, Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, Project Runway and
Top Chef for NBC Universal, will find the time to star in the
daily half-hour gabfest.
The forty-one-year-old has been dishing
it out on his Bravo blog since 2006, and yes it does glimmer gay.
“Why don't the Commies who h8 gay
marriage just make the gays live in a sewer?” he kvelled last week.
“I love Fleet Week,” Cohen recently
declared. “Even as the city streets are being OVERTAKEN by bike
lanes and island and pedestrians, and gays are being thrown to the
curb, there's always Fleet Week.”
Our minister of gay has arrived.
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