Entertainment Andy Cohen Says This Is the Worst Guest He Ever Had

05:02  10 february  2021
05:02  10 february  2021 Source:   bestlifeonline.com

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Andy Cohen says that his worst guest ever on "Watch What Happens Live" was a certain model who wouldn't answer any of his questions. "I have to say , I really liked her a lot," Cohen explained. "And after the show, we had a laugh about it, and I was like, 'That really didn't work great.'" To find out which other celebrities have also been named TV hosts' least favorites, read on. And for more stars who had a bad attitude during their interviews, Jon Stewart Said This Was the Worst "Daily Show" Guest Ever .

Andy said : 'Here you have a guest who was starting to turn against me as the show continued. It makes for compelling television, for sure.' Asking the tough questions: He asked the actress, who is best known for her roles in An Officer and a Gentleman, rapid fire questions in a segment called Plead The Fifth - but Andy revealed his best guest was musical theatre legend Patti LuPone, who called Madonna a 'movie killer' on his show in 2017. He said of the Broadway star: 'She's a great one, always a classic. She's at a point in her life where she just doesn't care, and that's a wonderful place to be.'

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This year’s Oscar Original Song shortlist has recognized a number of tunes from Black narrative or documentary films, while at the same time kept up an Academy tradition of begin able to embrace a silly song. On Tuesday that specifically meant “Wuhan Flu” from Amazon’s Borat Subsequent Moviefilm and “Husavik” from Netflix’s Will Ferrell-Rachel McAdams comedy Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga both made the first cut.

“Wuhan Flu” and “Husavik” follows in the tradition of AMPAS honoring such satirical tunes as “Blame Canada” from 2000’s South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut, and the Bret McKenzie-penned ditty “Man or Muppet” in 2011 from The Muppets.

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The symptoms, Cohen said on SiriusXM, have been “horrible,” as he ’s almost lost his appetite entirely and has no sense of smell. The “Most Talkative” author has been “forcing himself” to eat soup in recent days, joking that he looks forward to a pizza-heavy diet. “I have these moments every day where I’m like, ‘Oh, wait, I think I feel totally better,’ and then, like, 10 minutes later, I’m like, ‘Ughhhh,’” he explained. Cohen , who welcomed his son via surrogate in February 2019, commemorated his child’s first birthday on Instagram last month with an adorable photo of the newborn moments after his arrival.

Andy Cohen revealed the hardest part of his coronavirus journey after testing positive for the virus earlier this month. “ I ’ ll tell you what I know from the nanny cam and from video,” Cohen , 51, said during an episode of Sirius XM’s Jeff Lewis Live on Tuesday, March 24. “I can’t see him , which is the very worst part.” The Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen host cannot be near his son, Benjamin, 13 months, due to his positive coronavirus diagnosis, but he knows he ’s in good hands. “ He ’s great and his nanny [tested] negative,” the Bravo host explained. As for his current health

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There was a time during the late 1980s when the Best Song category felt like a top 40 list with Oscar winners like “What a Feeling” from Flashdance, “I Just Called to Say I Loved You” from The Women in Red and “Take My Breath Away” from Top Gun. However, Music Branch rules looked to curb that and laud tunes that were truly sincere and inherent to the big-screen work at hand, i.e., second end credit songs were automatically disqualified. While the category hasn’t always been flooded with top 40 tunes of late, an adoration of pop artists prevails with winners such as Lady Gaga for “Shallow” from A Star Is Born, the Elton John-Bernie Taupin song “(I’m Gonna) Love Me Again” from Rocketman, and Adele’s 007 theme “Skyfall” from the same-titled film to name a few.

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Andy Cohen reveals the one 'shady' question he regrets inquiring a guest : 'I asked Oprah Winfrey if she had ever swum in the lady pond'. By Dan Heching For Dailymail.com. Published: 01:26 GMT, 17 August 2019 | Updated: 08:41 GMT, 17 August 2019. During his talk with Jerry, Andy also discussed who changes more diapers for his new son, 6-month-old Benjamin, between him and the nanny (the answer was the nanny). They also talked about one of their favorite collective topics: the Real Housewives. Cohen dished to Jerry about the details surrounding Lisa Vanderpump's departure from

For more on Winfrey's worst guest , read on. And for another disastrous interview to remember, check out The Worst Guest "Today" Has Ever Had , Host Says . "The other worst guest , for me, are those who think whatever it is they're talking about is so spectacular, and you know it's not," she said . Winfrey admitted that her "go-to word" for guests like that was just a simple—but seemingly inauthentic—"wow!" She then went on to describe her truly least favorite guest experience, pointing to a lawyer who had gone on Oprah to promote his book.

This year’s shortlist’s embrace of pop and R&B artists is no exception including Christina Aguilera’s “Loyal Brave True” from Disney’s Mulan, Janelle Monáe’s “Turntables” from the doc All In: The Fight for Democracy, Mary J. Blige’s “See What You’ve Done” from the prison documentary Belly of the Beast, John Legend’s “Never Break” from the doc Giving Voice, and H.E.R.’s “Fight for You” from Judas and the Black Messiah. Oscar Shortlists: Deadline’s Complete Coverage

Missing from the shortlist: all of Sia’s songs from her controversial autism feature Music, which was nominated in the Best Feature – Musical/Comedy and Best Actress – Musical/Comedy (for Kate Hudson) categories at the Golden Globes. The movie was shot four years ago and reportedly received an extra $12 million in funding so she could amp up the soundtrack and make it more commercial; a move that has only alienated critics. The Globes also nominated the Andra Day-performed song “Tigress & Tweed” from The United States vs. Billie Holiday; that track is absent from today’s Oscar shortlist.

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To see what Stewart had to say about why he disliked Grant so fervently, read on, and for more hosts who aren't holding back, Oprah Says This Was the Worst Guest She Ever Had .During a sold-out fundraiser chat between fellow late-night host Stephen Colbert and Stewart in 2012, Colbert decided to ask some of the hard questions. When Colbert asked Stewart who his least favorite guest of all time was, Stewart admitted it was Grant. "And we've had dictators on the show," the Daily Show host added.It seems it wasn't just one incident that led Stewart to grow sour towards Grant

Andy Cohen discussed what he called his most famous hookup ever on “Watch What Happens Live.” (Charles Sykes/Bravo). The first rule of Hollywood hookups is you don't talk about Hollywood hookups. Bravo honcho Andy Cohen is skilled at making his "Watch What Happens Live" guests say more Host and "Real Housewives" ringmaster Cohen also revealed in the interview that the strangest place he ever had sex was under the bleachers at Hollywood High School, and that his most recent action in the bedroom was Sunday morning. Mazel. A Bravo spokesperson said , " This is actually old news

Take a listen below to all the shortlisted Oscar Original Songs:

Turntables, from All In: The Fight for Democracy

See What You’ve Done, from Belly of the Beast

Wuhan Flu, from Borat Subsequent Moviefilm

Husavik, from Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga

Never Break, from Giving Voice

Make It Work, from Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey

Fight For You, from Judas and the Black Messiah

lo Sì (Seen), from The Life Ahead (La Vita Davanti a Se)

Rain Song, from Minari

Show Me Your Soul, from Mr. Soul!

Loyal Brave True, from Mulan

Free, from The One and Only Ivan

Speak Now, from One Night in Miami

Green, from Sound of Metal

Hear My Voice, from The Trial of the Chicago 7

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