Andy Cohen Gives Viewers an Exclusive Tour of His Home Office, Which Is More Like a Pop Culture Museum

by Jeremy Spirogis
Andy Cohen

Now that Bravo producer Andy Cohen is working from house, he determined to present viewers a tour of his house workplace the place he at present shoots Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen (at Home).

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When the home-based sequence launched, Cohen shared that viewers remarked how his house workplace resembled the Clubhouse. Cohen stated the Clubhouse was truly modeled after his house workplace, which is full of as a lot popular culture memorabilia because the Clubhouse.

He lately allowed viewers to discover the nooks and crannies inside his workplace, revealing a lot of fascinating items of memorabilia and mementos from house.

He has loads of music (after all)

As an enormous music fan, Cohen has yards and yards of vinyl. “This is my old record collection from when I was in high school,” he says gesturing to oodles of information lining the window sill. The digicam pans over to a classic The Go-Go’s album on one aspect of the gathering.

“Madness, ‘Our House’ the 12-inch mix,” Cohen remarks after pulling the album to admire it. “This is actually an amazing record collection.” A Diana Ross album can be peeking out behind a bookend as Cohen appears fairly keen about his assortment.

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Music fills Cohen’s life as he exhibits John Mayer’s “invitation” to his 40th birthday. “This is John Mayer’s invitation birthday,” Cohen says shaking a tambourine containing the invite. “He sent the tambourine and some other stuff.”

He additionally exhibits a traditional microphone award that shut associates Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos gave him. “I believe this was to have a good time my first episode of Watch What Happens Live,” Cohen remembers. He has a Madonna lunchbox (plus he has a particular Polaroid of Madonna from the “Madame X Tour,” which she offered to Cohen). He additionally has a Whitney Houston fan (however the precise fan half got here off). “That’s from gay pride many years ago,” he says.

And, after all, what would Cohen’s workplace be with none Grateful Dead memorabilia? “Bravo once got me this. This is a Grateful Dead drum cover signed by the band,” he says.

His memorabilia recreation is robust

Cohen presents a pleasant shot of the notorious gold disco ball viewers now see very often on the present. He has additionally saved outdated Soap Opera Digest magazines from his adolescence. Plus, he has each visitor ebook maintained from WWHL.

He additionally has a bevy of cool artwork. Ripa and Consuelos gifted him a “case of Andy Warhol theme Dom Pérignon bottles” when he hosted his New Year’s Eve present. He then pivots to a bunch of “Farrah heads” flea market paintings. Plus he shows a grand portray that viewers will see extra of in his hallway.

He additionally has a smattering of awards, which incorporates an Emmy and a Peabody for Project Runway. Cohen has a pleasant assortment of Snoopy and Wacha memorabilia (after all). But he additionally has some stunning objects. Like a signed Chuck Woolery photograph and a letter from President Gerald Ford. Cohen wrote to Ford when he was younger and he puzzled why he wrote to Ford within the first place.

Cohen additionally shared his household used to personal an enormous St. Louis-based meals firm known as Allen Foods. He has a toy Allen Foods truck on his shelf. The firm was 100 years outdated. “And then we sold the company,” he remembers.

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