Andy Cohen To Resume His Talk Show At Home Following Coronavirus Diagnosis
Andy Cohen appears to have made a full recovery from COVID-19. He'd earlier announced his diagnosis on March 20, but he's now set to return for a special at-home edition of Watch What Happens Live. Get all the details here...
Talk show host Andy Cohen was among the dozens of celebrities who have so far announced a positive test for the coronavirus. But it appears that he's made a quick recovery! Just 10 days after his diagnosis, he's returned to his radio and television duties. Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen will return tonight, March 30.
Cohen shared the news of his recovery on his Instagram account on Monday morning. His SiriusXM radio show, Radio Andy, resumed on Monday and Watch What Happens Live also returns on Monday night. In the post, Cohen describes the return for his talk show as "WWHL@Home."
This week's line-up of guests, who will appear via video chat, includes Stassi Schroeder, Brittany Cartwright, Jax Taylor, John Mayer, Kyle Richards, Ramona Singer, Melissa Gorga, and Joe Gorga.
Coronavirus: Andy Cohen has recovered, Watch What Happens Live returns
Andy Cohen's son, Benjamin, gets his father back
Cohen had earlier said that the very worst part of his diagnosis was the distance he had to keep from his son, Benjamin. Hopefully this news also means that Cohen can once again care for his 13-month-old child!
Watch What Happens Live returns to Bravo at 11 p.m. ET / 10 p.m. CT. In his Instagram post, Cohen said he'll "try to end your day with a smile" with the return of the show.