Which Real Housewives City Is Andy Cohen Open to Launching Next?
The Watch What Happened Live host admits New Orleans would be a perfect match for the Real Housewives franchise
Could The Real Housewives of New Orleans be coming to life anytime soon? Andy Cohen sure thinks it’s a great idea!
“You’re so right,” Cohen, 48, responded to talk show host Harry Connick Jr.‘s question about why the franchise hasn’t moved to New Orleans during an upcoming episode of Harry. “We look for cities with strong personalities and is there a city with a stronger personality than New Orleans? No!”
The best part? The Harry host offered to showcase his true self on the possible reality show.
“I’ll even be one,” Connick Jr. said. “Behind the scenes, I’m a completely different person: no earpiece, heated toilet seat, the whole thing.”
Moving the franchise to New Orleans would mark its eighth city, following Orange County, Beverly Hills, Atlanta, New Jersey, New York City, Miami and Dallas.
And there’s no doubt the city known for its vibrant music scene and endless nightlife would lack drama.
Mardi Gras, anyone?
Harry airways weekdays (check your local listings).
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