Andy Cohen Says Carole Radziwill Gave Anonymous Quote Calling Him ‘Nasty’ and a ‘Bully’

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Andy Cohen reveals that Carole Radziwill was the anonymous New York City Housewife who gave a mean quote about him in his New York Magazine profile.

“I know exactly [who it is]. It’s Carole Radziwill, no question,” Andy Cohen claimed on the Monday, June 10, episode of SiriusXM’s Radio Andy. “It’s the one mean quote in there, and it’s the only anonymous quote.”

The Watch What Happens Live host went on to say that there are “18 reasons” why he is certain the anonymous quote came from the Real Housewives of New York alum.

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“It’s not even a question that it’s Carole,” he continued. “But it was so weird. I was, like, Carole has said a lot of unkind things about me that she has tweeted and been quoted about. So, I was like, why are you going off the record here?”

Andy Cohen was profiled in a New York Magazine article published on June 4. In the profile, “one former New York Housewife” who remained anonymous bashed the changes made to the New York City Housewives franchise during her time on the show.

Carole Radziwill starred on RHONY for six seasons, from 2011 to 2018.

“The show went from silly humor about middle-aged women getting drunk and being delusional about their status and having funny, petty arguments to Housewives investigating and doing opposition research and making up false storylines and leaking stories on each other and trying to get one another fired,” the anonymous RHONY alum claimed in the article.

Andy Cohen and Carole Radziwill on WWHL
Andy Cohen and Carole Radziwill on WWHL

“I didn’t understand. Why not just put your name to it?” he wondered on Radio Andy. “That was so weird. Yeah, it was definitely Radzi, without question. I’m like, ‘Said a former New York Housewife who was fired’ or something. I’m like, uh huh,” he continued. “And also, we haven’t really fired that many New York Housewives. It’s very obvious.”

After Andy’s comments made the rounds on social media, Carole Radzwill clapped back on Twitter.

“Hey Carole here. Someone can make a truthful observation & there’s always one short-ish dude waiting to be offended. 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,” the RHONY alum wrote on Twitter.

She called Andy’s comments “condescending” and noted that she wouldn’t hold her breath for an apology from her former Bravo boss.

“It’s just classic bully tactic. Imagine outing a woman for whatever reason chooses to remain anonymous. He’s absurd & should apologize immediately. But I’m not holding my breathe.”

She then added: “Well, I haven’t sued him or threatened to destroy him. He should focus on the people who are gunning for him. I’ve said nothing except to stand up to all of his nonsense.”

See what else Carole had to say below!

RHONY is expected to return to Bravo in late 2024 or early 2025.

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