Happy MLK Day!
Andy Cohen addresses questions about WWHL's newest features.
I'm a week behind on this damn blog, and I apologize. I'm trying to get into a routine with the new schedule and the blog fell through the cracks last week.
I'm having so much fun doing WWHL five nights a week. I've especially loved hosting all new people in the Clubhouse that have nothing to do with the Housewives, just to talk about themselves. Rosie Perez and Robin Thicke killed me last week.
I read all your comments from last week's blog and will respond:
Some have you say the set is too bright and the Lite-Brite art is too much for your wee eyes before bedtime. Hopefully by now you've gotten used to it? Or dislike it even more? I am crazy about it, and think the addition of the bar also kicked the Clubhouse up a few notches.
I'm excited for you to see more of Sandra. We are lucky to have her as our own "Andy Rooney"-type commentator, and that segment is going to be one of your favorites if it isn't already.Some of you said the show felt rushed last week, and I see where you're coming from. I thought Rosie O'Donnell on Thursday was the perfect mix of questions, games, and hijinx. Watch tonight and let me know if it feels rushed. Also, we tape a long After Show which we post on Bravotv.com a few hours after we get off the air where we answer many lingering calls and questions. Last night's with NeNe was something like 18 minutes long. Check it out because we got through a ton of questions. That After Show is a perfect companion to the live broadcast.
As far as Tramona, our sweet pet is off living with the parents of one of our Bravo staffers! She had a great run!
Tonight is a super-sized RHOBH that is FULL OF DRAMA. It's really intense. And Brad after is so great -- his mom meets Gary's parents for the first time in their 10-year relationship. I'm live at 11 with Kyle and Mauricio. See you then!
Last night's After Show: