TV personality Andy Cohen is opening up about hosting Watch What Happens Live. Despite his experience, he still gets nervous about the big questions.
Asking The Questions Nobody Else Will
Cohen is bringing the popular show to Los Angeles this week and is looking forward to bringing his particular brand of mischief in front of a bigger audience than usual
Of the big questions he was afraid of asking throughout his career, Cohen revealed that there were a couple of notable ones over the years.
"I asked Oprah if she had ever been with a woman. And I asked Shaq how big his [penis] was — he wears a size 26 shoe! I was scared. It was on my mind all day," he admitted.
However, as someone who positions himself as the host asking the questions nobody else can ask, Cohen knew he couldn't chicken out.
"I try to be the guy in late night who goes there and asks the things that other people want to but won't," he explained.
For Watch What Happens Live in New York, there are only 32 people in attendance as opposed to the 1,300 that will be present in L.A.
The Entire Bravo Roster
The show also brought together a whole host of Bravo-lebrities, including Real Housewives of New York star Dorinda Medley.
A who's who of current and former stars of Vanderpump Rules, Real Housewives of Orange County, Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Real Housewives of New York, Real Housewives of Atlanta, and Shahs of Sunset also took part in the show.
Among the most exciting moments were Nene insulting Kim Zolciak-Biermann over allegedly wearing wigs from Party City, Brandi Glanville and Scheana Marie appearing together to confirm they're no longer feuding, DJ James Kennedy almost revealing he had hooked up with Kristen Doute, and Vicki Gunvalson protesting that she hasn't been with multiple partners.
A man on Monday night's show even asked 49-year-old Cohen on a date but, at 25, he was a bit young for the host.
Looking For Love
As for what he's looking for in a potential partner, Cohen wants somebody who's independent and has his own life sorted out.
He would love to meet somebody on TV, though, and he's certainly not ruling out the possibility of it happening someday.
"Somebody is going to get up [on TV] and ask me out someday and we're going to end up getting married," he trilled.
Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen airs weekdays at 11 p.m. ET on Bravo.