The Bravo executive previously said in an interview with Rolling Stone that he would “fun even harder,” even though the network’s chairman and CEO told staff not to film in the wake of his scandal last year.

The Bravo executive previously said in an interview with Rolling Stone that he would “fun even harder,” even though the network’s chairman and CEO told staff not to film in the wake of his scandal last year.
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Andy Cohen changed his New Year’s Eve broadcast plan to CNN. “See what’s happening liveThe host confirmed to Page Six that he would not drink during the special show due to the network’s ban on alcohol.

“We don’t drink,” a 54-year-old man, who previously said he would get drunk during the broadcast, told the publication. However, the talk show host assured that he and Anderson Cooper “We’re going to have an EXPLOSION.”

The chairman and CEO of CNN reportedly told staffers last month that live footage had pretty much ruined their reputation. Andy, however, had previously insisted that he would drink anyway.

“Anderson and I will have fun on CNN, [though] we will celebrate responsibly,” the Bravo executive told Rolling Stone. “My job is to get Anderson out of his comfort zone. [and] my job is to be a party cheerleader for everyone who watches us on New Year’s Eve.”

“And this is what I will continue to do,” continued the radio host. “And in fact, if the correspondents don’t drink this year, I’ll party even more on their behalf.”

During the 2021 New Year’s Eve report, Andy criticized former New York Mayor Bill de Blasio. He also drunkenly dissed Ryan Seacrest commenting on the line-up of a rival ABC show on New Year’s Eve.

“There’s a lot of smoke coming from the group of Ryan Seacrest losers who are performing behind us,” Andy said at the time. “I mean with everything [respect] if you watched ABC tonight, you didn’t see anything. I’m sorry. It’s right.”

Andy expressed remorse. However, Ryan didn’t seem to take the diss lightly, as he reservedly responded to the former earlier this week. “I am not a supporter of drinking on the air. I don’t know how it became a tradition, but it’s probably a good idea. [to scale back]CNN,” Ryan told Entertainment Weekly.

“There are some pretty respectable people out there, or at least one, right?” Ryan further stated. “I think there is a serious journalist and then a friend of mine who is having a lot of fun, but that is probably a good idea. [to scale back].”

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