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Watch What Happens Live, one of the most exciting and newsworthy late-night talk shows to exist since the new millennium, just got that much bigger.
Host Andy Cohen revealed earlier this week that his show will finally be available to watch in other countries outside the United States.
“UK! AUSTRALIA! CANADA! FINALLY #WWHL IS COMING!!!!!!!!!!!!” Andy, 50, revealed on Instagram. The clip that came with the announcement featured iconic Real Housewives getting excited (presumably about something else) about the news including NeNe Leakes, Dorit Kemsley and Bethenny Frankel.
The show became available on streaming service Hayu on Tuesday, July 30. It is owned by NBCUniversal, the same company that airs WWHL five times a week.
WWHL has been a newsworthy show for over a decade now. The St. Louis native has done an excellent job as host by asking prodding questions to a variety of celebrities that the folks at home definitely want answers to.
He’s asked Oprah Winfrey if she’s ever swam in the lady pond, how big Shaquille O’Neal‘s member is, if Justin Bieber slept with any of the Kardashian sisters and if Susan Sarandon ever went baked to any award show.
WWHL was in the news earlier this week after Tituss Burgess‘ appearance on the show alongside Orange is the New Black actress Laverne Cox.
The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt actor looked annoyed at Andy after he mentioned that Eddie Murphy (Tituss’ costar in the upcoming film Dolemite is my Name) has been “problematic for the gays.”
Burgess came to Murphy’s defense, stating “he wasn’t problematic for Titus” and “any troubles he may have had with gay people I guess are gone because he loved me.”
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Tituss, 40, later went on to call Andy a “messy queen” on Instagram and mentiond that the talk show is not the place to rehash “old rumors” or to “bring a star negative press.”