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Originally posted 10/20/2011 06:00AM
File under: new friends? Cameron Diaz and supermodel Naomi Campbell relived the good old days at Studio 54 in New York during a SiriusXM soiree. The ladies chatted and danced the night away together at the '70s-themed bash, which marked the launch of Studio 54 Radio. And it was a star-studded affair: Bethenny Frankel twirled by on the dance floor along with Bravo's Andy Cohen. Also there: Ryan Phillippe and Keith Richards. – Carlos Greer
Originally posted 08/16/2011 12:35PM
As the news of the apparent suicide of Russell Armstrong spread Tuesday morning, his estranged wife Taylor Armstrong began receiving kind words of sympathy from her Real Housewives of Beverly Hills costars and others associated with the Bravo show.
"All of us at Bravo are deeply saddened by this tragic news," a network spokesperson says in a statement. "Our sympathy and thoughts are with the Armstrong family at this difficult time."
"My condolences go out to the Armstrong family, I am shocked and devastated," new cast member Dana Wilkey, who is a friend of Taylor, told PEOPLE. "I am here for Taylor Armstrong and Kennedy Armstrong in any capacity that they need me and will do anything in my power to support them as they move through this difficult time."
Originally posted 08/09/2011 09:20AM
Bravo host and behind-the-scenes executive Andy Cohen has signed a "low seven-figure" deal for his forthcoming memoir, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
Cohen, 43, the network's executive vice president and host of Watch What Happens: Live says of the book: "It'll be a memoir, of sorts, about my intersections with pop culture over the years, from growing up in front of the TV as a kid in St. Louis to my years at CBS News, all the way up to today. The stories I've been saving up are funny and improbable and really define who I am today."
The book, due next summer from the New York publisher Henry Holt, so far has no title, and Cohen is asking for suggestions.
Originally posted 06/20/2011 04:00PM
Regis Philbin has greeted viewers nearly every weekday morning for the past 28 years, but with his final show only months away, the question still remains: Who will rise to the occasion and take over for TV's veteran talker?
American Idol and radio show host Ryan Seacrest, 36, Bravo personality and exec Andy Cohen, 43, and actor (oh, and Kelly Ripa's husband) Mark Consuelos, 40, are said to be Disney-ABC's top three picks to fill Philbin's shoes when he leaves Live! with Regis and Kelly in November, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Originally posted 05/25/2011 12:30PM
Originally posted 02/14/2011 03:35PM
Knives in his eyes? When it comes to Heidi Montag, Bravo's Andy Cohen admits he went a little overboard.
"There had been so many rumors going on about the Housewives last week, I think I was at the tipping point, basically," Cohen told PEOPLE at the Prabal Gurung show as part of New York Fashion Week recently. "I guess I got a little carried away."
It may not have been the apology that Montag, who had Tweeted that she wanted to join the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, was looking for after calling Cohen's comments "tasteless" and "hurtful and completely unnecessary.
But the Bravo executive says he has more than enough drama on his plate with his current slate of Housewives.
Originally posted 11/15/2010 04:15PM
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