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Andy Cohen on why he almost walked away from ‘WWHL’ & the snub that left him feeling “salty”

Andy Cohen would have his own booth, bottle service, and a gaggle of partygoers waiting in the vicinity to see “what happens live.”But as the 56-year-old admitted in a recent interview with Deadline, he’s often left out of the conversation in favor of straight (and straight-laced) colleagues like Stephen Colbert, Conan o’Brien, John Oliver and “the Jimmys” –– Fallon and Kimmel.“I was very conscious that I wanted to be part of the late-night conversation,” he explained, adding that not being invited to Vanity Fair‘s photoshoot of hosts in 2015 left him feeling especially “salty.”Subscribe to our newsletter for your front-row seat to all things entertainment with a sprinkle of everything else queer.A post shared by Andy Cohen (@bravoandy)Still, Cohen stands behind the hysterics, hijinks, and hit ratings of Watch What Happens Live. “I know what it means to people and I know what it means to me,” he said.

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Anderson County is a county in the U.S. state of Texas. As of the 2010 United States Census, the population was 58,458. Its county seat is Palestine. Anderson County was organized in 1846, and was named for Kenneth L. Anderson, who had been the last Vice President of the Republic of Texas (died 1845). Anderson County comprises the Palestine micropolitan statistical area.