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Andy Cohen Dishes On Real Housewives Reunions

Andy Cohen hosts all of The Real Housewives reunions and they all have one thing in common: they are intense, but he is explaining how each city is different when it comes to reunion day.

“I’m going to be doing the Atlanta reunion at the end of the week, and it will probably be different from the Beverly Hills reunion,” Andy recently told Entertainment Tonight. “They communicate differently in every city that we’re in, from Jersey to New York City to Beverly Hills to Atlanta.”

Andy teased that something unexpected will happen at this year’s RHOBH reunion. “Something kind of bizarre happens that triggers a series of events that are [also] bizarre, but very dramatic,” he said. “The Beverly Hills women, they keep it calm. They do get very emotional. Their words hurt, you know? It was good. I mean, Kim Richards came. Eden [Sassoon] was there for a bit. [Dorit Kemsley’s husband] PK was there for a bit. So, it was really good.”

Cohen is confident that with the Atlanta reunion taping in the future, the women are going to bring the drama with all that is gong on between Porsha Williams and Kandi Burruss. “I am going to cover it like the press is covering [Donald] Trump and Russia,” Andy said. “I am going to go all in. I am going to be relentless, and I won’t stop until I get answers … [I’m doing] the Lord’s work.”

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