Andy Cohen On RHONJ Axed Reunion Show, BravoCon Delay & Getting Sued: “We Keep Doing Exactly What We’re Doing…The Truth Is The Truth” – Tribeca


“There’s lots happening in New Jersey,” beamed Andy Cohen when Anderson Cooper asked him at Tribeca about what was going on in the neighborhood in the Real Housewives-verse.

Addressing the elephant in the room –that Real Housewives of New Jersey reunion special is axed for the first time in it history — Cohen expounded, “We’re not doing a reunion, but you will understand when you see the finale why we’re not.”

It’s long known that there’s tensions between stars Teresa Giudice and Melissa Gorga.

Cohen continued, “There was a lot of casting news that was reported today — none of it is true.”

He further added, “We haven’t discussed casting for next season,” hinting that the series is bound to come back for a 15th season; a whole revamp being in the ether. However, Cohen said earlier on SiriusXM’s Reality Checked: “There was a lot of play with that one and I think the answer is, I was talking to a cast member about this today. We are gonna cross next season as that comes.”

Cooper marvel about the subculture and rabid fans at Bravocon. Despite the success, Cohen told the packed BMCC Theater in lower Manhattan that “it was too soon” to another confab. And as far as the next one “I don’t know if it will be in Las Vegas.”

Cohen was asked by an audience member, “It feels like folks on the show are getting increasingly litigious, how do you mitigate that risk while keeping it interesting on the show?”

The query being an obvious nod to RHONY Leah McSweeney’s suit against Bravo and Cohen alleging that the franchise’s producers fostered a “rotted” workplace which encouraged employees to consume alcohol, among other claims. In addition, former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Brandi Glanville has claimed that Cohen sent her an inappropriate recording back in 2022.

The Watch What Happens Live! host and EP of Real Housewives, responded to the query tonight: “We keep doing exactly what we’re doing, because the truth is the truth, and we are proud of how we conduct ourselves and how we produce these shows, and that’s it. We just keep going.”

While Cooper kicked tonight’s Tribeca talk off tonight with the news of town, read New York‘s profile on Cohen which called him “The Last Inappropriate Man on Television: How Andy Cohen Survived the ‘Reality Reckoning’ (at least for now),” the words Carole Radziwill weren’t broached tonight.

The former Real Housewives of New York City star slammed Cohen on X yesterday after he claimed she was the anonymous RHONY star who dissed him in the New York piece.

“Someone can make a truthful observation &there’s always one short-ish dude waiting to be offended,” she tweeted.

She added, “At this point why would any normal person use their name? They’re all so vindictive which I believe is the point of the quote & confirmed by Andy’s nasty response.”

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