Thursday, March 19, 2015

Andy Cohen Tells It Like It T-I-S Regarding Kathy Griffin's 'Fashion Police' Exit

I guess all those years of dealing with batshit crazy Housewives has finally paid off, because Andy Cohen seems to be one of the few bold-faced names willing to tell it like it is regarding Kathy Griffin's "Fashion Police" debacle, something Anderson "We Rich and Famous People Stick Together -- Just Ask Barbara Walters" Cooper seems incapable of:
"I'm on Team Griffin," said Cooper who accused Cohen on "Watch What Happens Live" of loving to "stir the pot."  
Griffin had said the show was not the right fit for her brand of humor and said in interviews she didn't want to look at photos of celebrities and make fun of them. 
Cohen, who is best friends with Cooper, said it was "the pot calling the kettle black." "She's like: 'Oh, I don't want to make fun of anyone.' This show is about making fun of people and the reason everyone loves Kathy Griffin is she makes fun of people constantly." 
Griffin had said in a Twitter statement that she did not want to "contribute to a culture of unattainable perfectionism and intolerance towards difference." 
Cohen said of that: 
"I just think if it wasn't working, say it wasn't working but don't make it about body shaming. ... I think she's hilarious when she makes fun of Renee Zellweger and Oprah and my crossed eyes."
From HERE.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Any Cohen needs to shut the hell up, considering the lowering of standards he's foisted on America with the Real Housewives dreck. The man is a one-way ticket to the lowest common denominator, and he has the gall to pass judgment on anyone?!