Andy Cohen has been hunkering down in his stunning West Village, New York City townhouse for weeks now, and while doing so he’s been sharing lots of sneak peeks of the home with his social media followers. First up was a look at the luxe TV viewing areas in his master bedroom and living room—if you haven’t seen Andy’s massive yellow couch yet, you need to.
Next up was a tour of his in-home office, which has become the temporary studio where he films Radio Andy and Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen. "I'm in my studio here, where I'm generating a lot of radio and TV content, and my son is screaming downstairs," he told BravoTV during a tour of the space. "Perfect! It's dinnertime, folks, what can I tell you?" Of all his office’s décor, the famous mirrored disco ball has gotten lots of TV airtime of late — and we understand why; it’s totally fabulous. "I turn on my Cadillac, Seville light, and I fire it up ... I grab my iPhone and shoot some cold opens around my apartment; usually we feature the disco ball," Andy divulged.
In an “Ask Me Anything” on his Instagram Stories over the weekend, Andy shared a major detail about the ball — he had it custom-made.
While it looks like it came straight out of Studio 54, it turns out Andy’s disco ball is actually custom!
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