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Here's What Made Andy Cohen Finally Drop the F-Bomb on TV After 13 Years

Here's What Made Andy Cohen Finally Drop the F-Bomb on TV After 13 Years

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And fans are in full agreement that it was deserved.


Andy Cohen started the new year off strong, accidentally dropping the f-bomb live for the first time in his show’s history.

The host was discussing the latest TikTok trend where teens tell their parents that a celebrity they like has died, record it, and upload it to the social media platform on Tuesday’s episode of Watch What Happens Live.

“For the last two weeks people have been sending me videos of their loved ones being told I’m dead,” he explained. “I have no desire to experience people’s reactions to me dying. I am scared enough of dying in reality without having to watch bizarre simulations of it over and over again.”

Cohen got worked up enough during his speech that he soon let an expletive slip out, stating, “So, let me be clear. Don’t make, distribute, or tag me in any f—king—“

Immediately realizing what he said, he gasped in shock before plowing through.

“—Andy Cohen death reaction videos, you freaks. Why is this even a thing? It’s not even funny,” he finished. “On a side note, that was the first time I’ve ever done that on this show.”

Fortunately, the show was able to catch it and censor the word live, but people on Twitter were absolutely on Cohen’s side, considering what he was reacting so harshly to.

The beauty of live TV!

Does Andy Cohen have kids?

Cohen has a son, born in February 2019, and a daughter, born in April 2022.

Are Andy Cohen and Anderson Cooper a couple?

No, the two have never dated.

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