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Andy Cohen Reveals Some Friendships Have Ended During Season 10 of RHOBH And Teases a Major Meltdown at RHOC Season 14 Reunion Plus, Says He Never Imagined Bravo’s Success

The Big Daddy of Bravo is spilling the tea!

At BravoCon, Andy Cohen spilled the tea on two of Bravo’s favorite Real Housewives franchises – the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and the Real Housewives of Orange County.

According to Andy, fans can expect some MAJOR drama from both of these franchises in the coming months.

Andy says, despite rumors, season 10 of RHOBH won’t disappoint!

“We’re in the middle of shooting, and it’s very dramatic, and it’s unusual that we got the women together while they’re shooting,” Andy told HollywoodLife.

 “Certain alliances have shifted. There’s been a lot of new friendships and friendships that have dissolved, and I think people are going to be really surprised to see where it’s gone.”

Speaking of RHOBH, Andy also opened up about Lisa Vanderpump’s decision to walk away from the show following season 9.

Naturally, Andy doesn’t harbor any ill will towards LVP’s decision to leave the show and says she’s still very much a part of the Bravo family.

In fact, Andy says the door is always open for her return to RHOBH.

“Listen, it’s a voluntary process,” Andy said of Lisa’s choice. “If you don’t want to be on, you don’t have to be on. We’re good.”

“I saw her last week,” Andy added. “Listen, she’s still very much a part of Bravo with Vanderpump Rules, and the door’s always open for when she wants to come back.”

While doing press at BravoCon, Andy also opened up about the upcoming RHOC season 14 reunion, which filmed back on November 8th.

“There is a meltdown to end all meltdowns,” Andy revealed to Entertainment Tonight.

He continued, “There are some real strong emotions. Surprisingly, there are some mending of fences — which I didn’t expect going into it.”

Adding, “We saw a real emotional Gina [Kirschenheiter], who let us into everything that she’s been going through, and it’s upsetting, and I think people will be interested in seeing what she has to say.”

Andy also revealed if Bravo has any plans to continue to shake up the RHOC cast. As many fans know, the OG of the OC, Vicki Gunvalson was demoted to a friend of the Housewives for season 14.

“Look, we always like to keep it fresh. I think Braunwyn [Windham-Burke] was a great addition, and, you know, we’ll see what happens,” Andy noted. “This season’s great. I’m four episodes into watching cuts, and that’s an especially dramatic and driven group of women who have a lot going on. They kind of pick up right where we left off and carry on.”

Meanwhile, Andy admitted to Page Six that he could have NEVER have imagined Bravo’s success when he joined the network 15 years ago.

“No, absolutely not,” Cohen says. “Never could have imagined. I signed on to be behind the scenes, and I didn’t ever think this would happen.”

When asked about “single-handedly” changing the world of reality TV and pop culture, Andy shied away from the praise and said it was a group effort.
“Not single-handedly,” Andy pointed out. “I work with an incredible group of people at Bravo — we are like a fine-tuned machine, and we all knew our brand, we knew the audience, we knew something good when we saw it, and we just work together terrifically.”

The Real Housewives of Orange County airs Tuesdays at 9 pm EST on Bravo. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills will return to Bravo for season 10 in early 2020.

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Sources: HollywoodLife  // ET Online  // Page Six


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