Celine Dion will make a guest appearance on the new animated series

By Robyn Merrett
July 14, 2020 08:31 AM

Andy Cohen is giving fans a chance to "get up close and way too personal" with his new Quibi series The Andy Cohen Diaries.

On Tuesday, the streaming platform released the first official trailer for Cohen's new animated show, revealing that Celine Dion and other A-list stars will make appearances.

"I'm Andy Cohen and these are real stories from my diaries," Cohen says at the beginning of the clip.

"After 10 years of hosting a talk show, I feel like my audience and I are connected besties," Cohen says as the clip shows famous moments from his hit Bravo show Watch What Happens Live.

"And now I'm doing the one thing I've been told not to do, share all of my super confidential stories," Cohen continues.

"Get up close and way too personal, with appearances from Celine Dion, George R. R. Martin, multiple housewives, the Kardashians and Sarah Jessica Parker drinking cosmos, which makes every gay bone in my body tingle," Cohen shares.

Cohen explains he will be dishing on his most "embarrassing" stories throughout his career, including "Who is the most famous person I farted in front of?"

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The trailer hints that it may have been Dion, 52, as Cohen appears to break wind in front of the iconic singer while the two hilariously stand on a boat that resembles the Titanic.

"You cannot make this up," Cohen says as another scene shows him interviewing a character who appears to be Joe Giudice.

The six-episode series was announced last December and will chronicle “iconic and untold moments from the pop culture kingpin’s daily life.” Along with life on the job at Bravo, the show will also feature his nights out on the town and the ups and downs of first-time fatherhood.

Andy Cohen
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“I’m so excited to start writing more adventures in my diaries, and animated, short installments represent the perfect format to bring these to life,” Cohen said in a statement.

The show is said to be the visual third installment of his best-selling books, The Andy Cohen Diaries and Superficial: More Adventures from the Andy Cohen Diaries.

Along with starring in the project, Cohen will also serve as executive producer.