Would Andy Cohen Give Up His Dream Apartment to Make Out with Nick Jonas?

The #WWHL host shared the scoop on all of his real estate desires.

Andy Cohen hit the real estate jackpot in Manhattan when he somehow managed to purchase his dream downtown apartment and make it look exactly how he always imagined it would. The Watch What Happens Live host put a lot of work into the home, which he writes about in his new book, Superficial: More Adventures from the Andy Cohen Diaries, out Tuesday. Now that he's all moved in, the late- night host played a little game of "For What It's Worth" during his most recent Ask Andy, where he told Daryn Carp just what experiences he'd give up his dream apartment for.

Would he move out to become Madonna's houseboy and get unlimited access to the Queen of Pop? Or, would he give up the pad for a private concert that features an Andy Cohen-approved line-up of Madonna, Dolly Parton, Cher, and the Grateful Dead? Could the prospect of getting the chance to hook up with Nick Jonas be enough for Andy to pack his bags? 

Andy also spoke to The Daily Dish about the pad, parts of which were inspired byt he WWHL Clubhouse. "We're in my office, which my last office inspired the set of Watch What Happens Live, so to go full circle, we're in my new apartment and it kind of mirrors what you see on WWHL every night," he said. "We're here and I'm so thrilled. It's the only duplex in my building which is a big pre-war West Village building."

And, the home is certainly a reflection of its owner. "The aesthetic is very me. It's very colorful. It's modern but very comfortable and homey," he said, before revealing something interesting he chose to do with his windows. "I don't have any window treatments on any windows except my bedroom because I like to look out into Manhattan. It feels very much like an urban oasis for me."

 

Below, Andy opens up about the greatest parties he's ever been to.

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