The late night talk show host always hates it when people on the projects he controls get more famous and get more attention than the host.
Those people always end up gone.
He might have gone too far this time with his treatment of an OG, and his bosses are discussing his future.
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Andy Cohen Says Teresa Giudice “Contradicted Herself” on WWHL & Luis Said Something Different About PI at RHONJ Reunion, Plus He Talks Melissa Rumor, & Live Viewing Thread
Andy Cohen appeared on a podcast last week, where he teased the upcoming reunion of the Real Housewives of New Jersey season 13.
As he confirmed investigator Bo Dietl will be a hot topic on the new episodes and revealed Teresa Giudice contradicted herself on Watch What Happens Live, Andy also reacted to the rumor claiming Melissa Gorga cheated on husband Joe Gorga and addressed the drama surrounding Luis Ruelas wearing the late Nonno’s pajamas.
“He doubled down on that on Watch What Happens Live but then at the reunion said something different, that it was a pair of wrapped pajamas. He never actually wore them,” Andy explained on the May 18 episode of Chicks in the Office.
Throughout the 13th season, Melissa’s supposed cheating was a hot topic amongst the cast and ultimately led her and Joe to skip Teresa and Luis’ wedding. But according to Andy, he doesn’t believe the report — and doesn’t think the RHONJ cast does either.
“They all seem to really discount it, including Teresa by the way. So I don’t,” he confirmed. “[She and Joe] seem pretty in love, I have to say. But [Kim Zolciak] and [Kroy Biermann] seemed pretty in love.”
Looking to the future, Andy said that when it comes to Teresa making amends with the Gorgas, he’s not so sure that’s possible.
“I kinda think they’re done,” he admitted. “I don’t know.”
“I have some thoughts about what I think may be coming up for them that I won’t share here. And we will see,” he added. – Source
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