Host Andy Cohen — who attended the annual Costume Institute benefit in New York City with BFF Sarah Jessica Parker — spilled insider secrets while gossiping with guests Winnie Harlow and Brad Goreski.
Asked by a caller who was the drunkest of the night, Cohen pointed to one of his fellow emcees. “He’s another talk show host, and it’s not Jimmy Fallon,” the 49-year-old Bravo executive said. Other famous late night attendees who could have been the culprit? James Corden and Stephen Colbert.
Cohen admitted he wasn’t exactly sober either, having consumed a cannabis-infused edible. “I ate a Cheeba Chew at dinner and I’ll tell you something, I was feeling no pain…” he said. “After the Met Ball last night, I was busy drunkenly eating hamburgers at a gay bar trying not to get ketchup on my borrowed Dolce & Gabbana.”
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Both Cohen and Parker, 53, were standouts at the Met Gala Monday night.
They duo coordinated in gold, with Cohen wearing a quilted gold coat adorned with appliqués draped over his classic white tuxedo jacket. He punched up his look with gold and black loafers and a white rose.
Parker rocked a metallic three-quarter-length-sleeve Dolce & Gabbana gown with gold embroidery throughout, red heart accents, and a long train. She topped off the ensemble with a towering headpiece that featured a nativity scene to scale, directly honoring the theme, “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination.”
Meanwhile, there was another star at the Met Gala that Cohen couldn’t help but notice.
“George Clooney looked like he was having a lot of fun!” he told WWHL viewers on Tuesday.
Harlow agreed. “That’s the one! I met him for the first time and he was having the best time of his life. I love it!”
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Clooney, 57, was there with wife Amal Clooney, 40 — who, alongside Vogue editor in chief and Condé Nast artistic director Anna Wintour, Rihanna and Donatella Versace, was one of the evening’s co-hosts.
She hit the Met steps wearing a dramatic metallic floral-print corset dress and navy pants designed by Richard Quinn, as well as large spikey statement earrings. Husband George chose a traditional black tuxedo, allowing his wife to take center stage.
Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen airs Sundays-Thursdays (11 p.m. ET) on Bravo.