During the After Show, singer Sting talks about working with Prince and a WWHL caller asks Shaggy if he’s ever been caught cheating by a woman since he’s known for writing the hit song “It Wasn’t Me.”
During the game It Wasn’t Me, Or Was It!?, Andy Cohen tries to guess to whom fun facts about singers Sting and Shaggy pertain including who was once a bus driver and which singer played Donald Trump.
Andy Cohen asks Sting to name his best business decision and Sting explains how he left a solid career as a teacher to pursue his career as an musician without any idea how to break into the business.
Singer Sting tells Andy Cohen why he isn’t a fan of singing competitions such as “American Idol” and “X Factor” calling them exploitative and he also says if he tires of performing any particular song.
During the gamelet Shaggy Please Braggy, singer Shaggy talks about working with other performers and says that the Backstreet Boys had crazy parties and says how he would describe singer Sting.
Ep 73: See photos of Sting and Shaggy in the Bravo Clubhouse with Andy Cohen!