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Everyone loves a good throwback, and Andy Cohen brought back some good memories on Andy Cohen's Then and Now. While reminiscing on music they listened to in high school, celebs and Bravolebs alike talked about their favorites.
Jax Taylor recalled trying to keep his age on the down low while buying music: "I liked Bone Thugs-N-Harmony. I used to have to sneak into the store and give a fake ID because you couldn't buy parental advisory tapes unless you were of age." Queer Eye for the Straight Guy's Carson Kressley had a wide music variety of his own: "Duran Duran. When you got the album, you got a whole fold out. There were pictures of guys with their shirts off, so I liked that. I had the soundtrack from Xanadu by ELO. I think I even had the 9 to 5 album by Dolly Parton, so yeah, I was gay." Twisted Sister's Dee Snider started his foundation in rock and roll early: "My favorite album is pretty much going to scream, 'I'm old!' It was Led Zeppelin 1."
Want to take a musical trip down memory lane? Check out the clip above to hear from more celebs about their music must-haves.
And be sure to tune in for the premiere of Andy Cohen's Then and Now on May 3 at 10/9c!