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Andy Cohen’s Toddler Son Benjamin Has Already Won His First Award
The WWHL host's little boy had the best acceptance we've ever seen at an awards show.
Andy Cohen’s adorable toddler son, Benjamin Allen Cohen, leads a pretty cool life. From jamming out to Madonna’s greatest hits to spending a fabulous summer with his dad in the Hamptons, the Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen host’s little boy is always up to something incredibly fun. While we’ve always known that Ben is exceptionally adorable, his cuteness has officially reached new heights. He’s now been presented with an award to commemorate his most aww-inducing moments.
To say farewell to remote production of WWHL, Andy celebrated his upcoming return to the Clubhouse with The Golden Robes, a virtual awards show highlighting the best (and worst) moments from WWHL: @ Home. One of the categories featured was The Benjamin Allen Cohen Award for Toddler Cuteness @Home.
“For those of you that think that the year 2020 wasn’t all that cute, I submit exhibit B, which stands for Ben Cohen! And his cameos on our at-home shows this year,” Andy said while presenting the award, which you can check out in the video, above.
The category featured three nominees: Ben meeting Anderson Cooper’s baby, Wyatt, Ben saying hi to Amy Schumer’s baby, Gene, and Ben showing Stephen Colbert where his head is. If you’re thinking that this seems like much too difficult of a decision to make, you’re not alone. The Golden Robes awarded all three adorable moments in a tie.
“Ben couldn’t join us to accept his award because of a last-minute diaper malfunction, but he submitted a tape of his acceptance,” Andy explained before sharing a sweet video of Ben. “Congratulations Ben, you better be asleep by now.”