It's a Crime
Andy Cohen talks about the weather, his dinner with his favorite couple, and Jimmy Fallon.
It can't be so pretty outside. It just can't. It's an INDOOR day, but I'm sitting outside Bonsignoir in the West Village soaking up the sun for a minute before I jump into the pool of mishigas that awaits me at 30 Rock.
I had a lovely dinner last night at an old rustic Italian joint on Houston Street called Emilio's Ballato with one of my fave supercouples, Mark Consuelos and Kelly Ripa. Kelly might actually be more obsessed with Twitter than me, and she can be counted on to tweet pictures on a v. regular basis. I, conversely, can't get my crappy TwitterBerry to post the crappy pics my BlackBerry takes. Anyhow, here's a (clear) pic that Kelly posted during dinner:
We ran into John Legend and his sweet (and very hot) girlfriend. They are huge Top Chef fans and she is onboard the ATL train in a significant way. I like them a lot.
I loved last night's episode of Rachel Zoe — what a vicarious thrill going to Paris Couture with she and Brad. I gots to ask RZ about her not-amazing management moment of having Tay and Brad decide who should join her. Hmm.
Tonight is a new Flipping Out and Jeff and Jenni are my guests this Thursday on the big/little live show. I keep talking about the great time I had with Fallon after the show, but here's proof! We rolled calls and questions for 10 extra minutes post-show, just for you. It's fun: