Andy Cohen, the openly gay host of Bravo's Watch What Happens Live, and Ben Cohen, the UK rugby star, urge fans not to bully others.

In a one-minute-thirty-two-second video released last week, the pair say bullying is not “cool.”

“I'm straight,” says Ben.

“And I'm gay,” says Andy.

“So, we're different, but not so much,” Andy says. “We're friends that like some of the same things, but we're different and that's totally cool.”

“What's not cool is when people bully others for being different from them,” Ben says.

“Totally agree, man,” Andy adds. (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page.)

The handsome, six-foot-two Ben is the star of the Sale Sharks club and has previously said he's happy to be a sex symbol to gay men.

“I embrace diversity more than just a gay fanbase,” the married father of two told UK gay sports magazine Compete. “I am happy and content in my life and feel that everyone should have the opportunity of feeling that way and being true to themselves.”

Ben Cohen has been nominated for a NewNowNext award in the Cause You're Hot category.