This week could end with a Twitter milestone for Andy Cohen, who is just a few thousand followers away from the massive 1 million mark.
If you ever wanted to get an inside glimpse behind-the-scenes of Bravo, Andy's Twitter is a perfect place to start. He's constantly tweeting photos on the set of Watch What Happens Live, from inside his office at Bravo HQ -- and you'll also know what his commute around New York City is like thanks to his frequent cab updates. Let's get him to a milli and see what kind of good mood it puts him in. Click Here to Follow @BravoAndy and get him to 1 million followers!
Hi Andy. You know how invested we crazy RH and WWHL people are...so I wish there was a place where we could send ideas (that we think have more than a snowball's chance) of being read/considered. So taking a chance here that you might see this. Stream of consciousness style. e.g. Momma Elsa, Kim's Psychic (Rosa?) Long Island Medium, your other "psychic" friends have them all on for this year's Halloween WWHL and have them make predictions. You know that we all know down to the minute thanks to our DVRs who said what when and then tried to double talk their way out of it during their guest appearance on WWHL or the reunion shows. How about adding a "Called on the Carpet" but worded in only a funnier/appealing name that your creative geniuses come up with where viewers can ask about "You said this, then did this" or vice versa. I noticed in this past year's reunions there was more use of actually showing footage to back up some of the claims and too be honest I couldn't have been the only one to have said "Finally!" Accountability people - it can bite you in the ass! Would also like to mention that even though I'm too young to be so wary of social media, I am. How is it that although I've watched every season, every "Housewives" episode and 90% of your other shows, I have never seen a simple link on the "Bravo" website where I can send a question for a reunion show or for a WWHL guest? Any chance of possibly adding this somewhere on the site? I don't even know if there is a place on your site showing up-coming WWHL guests. Just know it when I watch the show itself which is usually DVR and 15 minutes too late to even attempt to call in (other options don't work). Thanks to whoever is actually reading this, to you Andy and your entire staff at Bravo for producing what I and many others consider to be the only television (okay besides PBS' Downton Abbey!) worth watching!
Glad to see you helped Andy pass 1 million twitter followers. I think you need a twitter account for The Dish so you can inform us on twitter when you post something new in The Bravo Dish Blog.