Andy Cohen Goes Pantless to Celebrate RHOA Reunion and Fans Are Amused
On Thursday, television show host Andy Cohen was tasked with moderating the “Real Housewives of Atlanta (RHOA)” for their season 12 reunion. The star shared a selfie showing what he’d be wearing for the special event and his fans were thrilled!
The Bravo host wore a blue suit jacket, a blue shirt, and a blue and white striped tie. The bottom part of his body only featured his underwear and he showed off his bare legs.
COHEN TAPES SHOW WITH NO PANTS
He captioned his post writing: “It’s #RHOA Reunion day and I’m celebrating by not wearing pants!” Cohen didn’t actually need his pants as he was taping the season’s first-ever remote reunion.
Most states have stay-at-home orders to discourage the spread of the novel coronavirus disease. Some of the hashtags the star used regarding the new life under COVID-19 was “#SilverLinings” and “#NewNormal.”
FANS REACT TO ANDY’S NO PANTS PIC
The television personality’s fans couldn’t help but react to his hilarious but realistic post. One of his followers wrote: “Nice Legs” with two interlinked heart emojis.
Someone else added: “YASSSS no pants party with AC.” A third person thought the no pant look should be Cohen’s everyday look.
RHOA REUNION WAS CANCELED
The host revealed earlier in the month that the RHOA season 12 reunion would be filmed remotely. It had previously been scheduled to film in late March 2020 but was postponed after most gatherings were canceled.
STARS WHO FEATURED ON THE REUNION
The reunion was expected to feature reality stars NeNe Leakes, Kandi Burruss, Cynthia Bailey, Kenya Moore, Porsha Williams, and Eva Marcille. Their friends Marlo Hampton and Tanya Sam were also expected to make an appearance.
RHONY EDITOR DEAD
At the beginning of the month, Hollywood lost “Real Housewives of New York City (RHONY)” editor Peter Gamba, 63. He sadly died from coronavirus complications.
Cohen, who is the producer for the show, was one of the many people who paid tribute to Gamba.
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