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We Have Some Big News About What's Next for Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
WWHL will do something again it hasn't done in a long time later this month.
There's been a new development when it comes to Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen. It was confirmed on Thursday (June 3) that beginning later this month, the show will allow an in-person audience again. The in-person audience is set to return to the Clubhouse on Sunday, June 13 and will have a 20-person capacity (which is 60 percent of the normal capacity). Masks are optional once in-studio for audience members.
But that's not all! We have more news for you. The first in-studio guests will be Uzo Aduba and John Benjamin Hickey; that episode is set to air on June 13. All guests will be on a case-by-case basis.
Back in February, Andy opened up about how excited he was to eventually welcome audience members back to the Clubhouse. The audience, as well as guests, have been appearing on the late night talk show virtually in video chats amid the pandemic. "What I think that, when we do have an audience in the Clubhouse, I want to do something crazy. I want to take a shot every three minutes. Or have a bell that rings, and we all have to do a shot at that time," he said on WWHL earlier this year. "I want to get legless the first time we're all in here together with an audience. I want to go absolutely wild."
Andy returned to the Clubhouse late last year after he was hosting the show remotely from home for several months amid the COVID-19 pandemic. “We feel so fortunate to have kept the show going remotely, but there’s no place like our Clubhouse. I cannot wait to come home to my tchotchkes and elbow my crew," he said at the time last October.
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