Andy Cohen appeared on Instagram Live on Tuesday, where he discussed a number of Bravo-related topics before being joined by Southern Charm cast members Patricia Altschul, Austen Kroll, and Craig Conover.
While being joined by fan after fan, the Watch What Happens Live host responded to questions about The Real Housewives of Potomac, The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City, BravoCon, and Porsha Williams‘ recent engagement to Simon Guobadia.
“I can’t remember the [RHOP] premiere date,” Andy said after being asked when the new season would begin. “I watched the first episode this morning, actually, and it was really great. This summer, maybe August, maybe July [it will premiere]. It’s really good.”
Andy was also unaware of when RHOSLC season two would begin. That said, he did confirm that he and his team did not arrange for BravoCon to take place just before Jen Shah was due in court in New York City.
“We definitely did not. But I did see that online,” he stated.
Following the news of the second BravoCon fan convention, Andy admitted he did not know when tickets would go on sale but promised more tickets would be available this time around.
“There will be a lot more tickets available than last year so people can rest assured about that,” he noted.
When another fan wanted to know his thoughts on Porsha and Simon’s whirlwind romance, Andy said he doesn’t know much more than everyone else.
“All I know is I texted her right when I heard the news. I said, ‘I’m so excited for you,’ and all that stuff. I just think Porsha loves being in love. You know, she gets carried away by a moment… [But] we don’t actually know any of the specifics of this situation so we cannot judge. We just have to let all the facts roll out.”
When the fan then suggested that Andy was actually behind the relationship, Andy denied any such thing.
”Oh no, I don’t cook up love affairs for people,” he insisted.
“Andy, where are you hearing this from? I am very single,” Austen confirmed.
“I think they’re better in separate relationships,” Patricia interjected. “I think they’re good on their own. They’re toxic when they’re together.”
“Andy, the name of the show, did you actually see what it was called? What a ridiculously long, confounding name!” he proclaimed.
“I never say anything publicly against Bravo but I actually saw the name and I’ve been meaning to call two people at Bravo to say, ‘What are you thinking?’ It’s aggressive… it’s not good,” Andy admitted. “[But] I’m very excited about it.”
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