Andy Cohen from 'Watch What Happens Live' Has Tested Positive for Coronavirus
Andy Cohen announced he tested positive for Coronavirus just hours after he revealed plans to shoot "Watch What Happens Live" from his home.
Andy Cohen announced he’s “putting a pin” on things for now as he revealed he tested positive for Coronavirus. Cohen delivered the sad news a few days ago on social media.
“After a few days of self-quarantine, and not feeling great, I have tested positive for Coronavirus.”
The Bravo producer shared a photo from his home wearing a hoodie and looking unwell. He regretted having to postpone his work but stressed that he had to concentrate on his health for now.
Cohen is the latest in a string of celebrities who tested positive for Coronavirus.
“As much as I felt like I could push through whatever I was feeling to do #WWHL from home, we’re putting a pin in that for now so I can focus on getting better,” the television host wrote.
Cohen also thanked the medical professionals for their tireless work and urged the public to stay home and stay healthy.
Cohen’s announcement came just hours after he expressed his intention to continue working from home. He revealed then that he would be filming his show at home and aptly titled it, “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen @ Home.”
He told Variety that he would shoot the show himself in order to continue entertaining viewers who are obligated to stay home due to the threat of the Coronavirus. He intended to interview stars via FaceTime.
Cohen, 51, had been working from home for his SiriusXM radio show in response to the call for social distancing. He even shared photos of his office wear consisting of sweatpants and a t-shirt.
At one point, he showed up to his workspace in just a robe. At another time, he proudly showed off his son, Ben who had begun to take his first steps.
Cohen is the latest in a string of celebrities who tested positive for Coronavirus. Tom Hanks and his wife Rita were the first to make the announcement while filming in Australia.
Other celebrities who’ve come out in the open about contracting the virus include Olga Kurylenko, Kristofer Hivyu, Rachel Mathews, Daniel Day Kim, and Colton Underwood.
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