Andy Cohen Shares Why Brynn Whitfield Lost Interest in Shep Rose, Rose & Thorn of BravoCon, & Where Event Will Be in 2024

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Andy Cohen on Why Brynn Whitfield and Shep Rose Didn't Hook Up, Rose & Thorn of BravoCon, & Where Event Will Be in 2024

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Brynn Whitfield and Shep Rose flirted publicly for months leading up to BravoCon. So why didn’t they hook up with one another in Las Vegas?

During a recent episode of his radio show, the Watch What Happens Live host, 55, commented on the Real Housewives of New York City star, 36, potentially being turned off by the Southern Charm cast member’s antics as he also teased the location of BravoCon 2024 and shared his rose and thorn of this year’s event in Las Vegas.

“My favorite thing is every morning checking in with the Southern Charm guys to see who they were flirting with, who they were trying to sleep with. And just trying to get a sense of [Captain Jason Chambers] every day of like, who was knocking on his door and whether he opened it or not,” Andy revealed on Andy Cohen Live.

He then said that while he wouldn’t be blowing up anyone’s secret hookups, he would say who did not hook up, which was Brynn and Shep, 43.

“Brynn I think had her eye on Shep and I don’t think that wound up… I think Shep might have been a little… I think Shep is like a big, drunk Golden Retriever,” Andy noted. “He’s a big kind of tipsy Golden Retriever and I think she was like, ‘This is not, this is not gonna happen.’ I think on the way over to the Bravo Awards, he started asking her about whether they should procreate or have a baby. So that didn’t happen.”

Also on Andy Cohen Live, Andy responded to a curious caller who asked about his “rose and thorn” of BravoCon.

“The whole thing was a rose,” he gushed. “I want to say the Bravos, but then I keep thinking about all the other shows we did, and I would say maybe the shows we did, but then maybe it was the fans, and then maybe it was getting to be with all the other Bravolebrities. I mean, it was just so freaking positive. And all the fun I had. The thorn I think was just the lack of sleep that I got. But I just powered through,” he shared. “It didn’t matter. [But] maybe I still haven’t recovered from BravoCon. I took two hearty naps this weekend.”

As for where next year’s BravoCon will be, Andy suspected it would return to Sin City,

“I think it’s gonna stay in Vegas. TBH. I kind of do,” he admitted. “I think the next time they do it, I think it’ll be in Vegas. It was so perfect in Vegas.”