Open Post: Hosted By Anderson Cooper Getting Outed As A Freak In The Sheets

December 18, 2017 / Posted by:

I feel like every Anderson Cooper appearance on Watch What Happens Live these days may as well just get billed as “Take THAT, Kathy Griffin!” But they also usually come out with some totally non-rehearsed bit of tea that’s certainly not to gin up ratings for Andy Cohen’s new role co-hosting New Year’s Eve on CNN with Anderson.

Andy and Anderson stopped Kim Zolciak from blabbing on about her latest home foreclosure rumor (I don’t know if there is one, but odds are there is!) by using her as a moderator in a game they called “One Two AC.” Essentially, it’s a fire round of the Newlywed Game where they have to blab out the answer at the same time after Kim asked such profound wonderings as “Does Andy wear boxers or briefs?” (briefs) and “If Andy were to roleplay in the bedroom, what would be be?” (a cop, even though Anderson’s guess of Snoopy certainly gave me the tingles moreso than Officer Feelgood!). We also learned that Anderson’s greatest fear is going broke.

The best tea got spilled at the tail end, Kim asked, “Who has the higher freak number in bed, Andy or Anderson?” Andy and Anderson revealed that it’s Anderson’s nervous giggling-self who lets the freak flag fly high, henny, when it comes to bedtime romps. I guess the old saying, “Christiane Amanpour on the air, and a cheeks-spreading bottom sans underwear” applies to Anderson. Now I can’t help but wonder what Anderson’s choice of roleplay is. Lemme guess: the white-collar criminal awaiting the ruling from the bankruptcy judge!


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