Andy Cohen captures heat from fans over recent move

Andy Cohen


Andy Cohen

On 09/25 Andy Cohen posted a humorous video of himself at the White House along with the caption, “A message (slogan) from the President.”

The “Watch What Happens Live” host’s video showed him walking down the hallway at the White House to a traditional spot for a panel speech. Cohen, wearing a dark outfit and a striped shirt and bright orange shoes, delivered his message at the end of the walk. Cohen’s Housewives-style tagline was, “I’m a father of two, but a father to many.”

The music he added in the background was “Hail to the Chief,” a march typically associated with the President of the United States. The Instagram account for Bravo’s WWHL commented, “from clubhouse to white house.” Cohen attended Elton John’s star-studded concert on the South Lawn on Sept. 23 at the White House.

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Bravo stars commented on Cohen’s post, with many calling the WWHL host “Daddy.”

Many Bravo stars replied to Cohen’s post, including Ramona Singer, who commented on some crying, laughing emojis. Fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi commented that he fully endorsed Cohen’s orange shoes. Cohen replied: “Oh my god this is the validation I needed after taking endless crap for those shoes!” RHOP star Candiace Dillard-Bassett wrote “Omg” with a crying laughing emoji.

Tamra Judge also responded, writing, “Daddy’s in the White House.” Jackie Walters of Married to Medicine wrote: “Hey Daddy (in my [Dr. Heavenly] voice).” Dorit Kemsley also commented, writing “Yes Daddy!” Cynthia Bailey, Southern Charm star Leva Bonaparte and RHODubai’s Nina Ali also reacted to Cohen’s hilarious video.

Plenty of fans commented on Cohen’s orange shoes, with one writing, “Everything’s fine, but why orange?” One asked, “You wore that to the White House?” Another said, “You wore that” with a tearful emoji Someone asked, “You wore those sneakers to the White House?”

Elton John’s concert was a six-song solo piano recital on the South Lawn of the White House

Elton John performed in front of 2,000 people at the White House at the invitation of President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden Washington Post reported. The British national performed six songs solo on the piano and at the end of the evening President Biden surprised John with the National Humanities Medal, the publication wrote.

Biden said the evening’s concert will be streamed at a later date for the American people for an event titled “A Night Where Hope and History Rhyme.” According to the Post, the medal that John was presented came as a complete surprise to the pop superstar, and he reacted emotionally to the honor, which marked the 30th anniversary of the Elton John AIDS Foundation.

The event was attended by politicians such as Pete Buttigieg, Nancy Pelosi and others, as well as Billie Jean King, a close friend of John’s. The Post reported that the majority of the crowd were teachers, first responders and LGBTQ activists. The songs sung by John were some of his biggest hits: “Your Song”, “Tiny Dancer”, “Rocket Man”, “Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me”, “Crocodile Rock” – which has a special meaning to Biden — and “I’m still standing.”

Biden previously told John that he heard “Crocodile Rock” while driving around with his two sons. David Furnish, John’s husband and manager, told the Post that John visited the White House when Biden was vice president and met with his staff. According to Furnish, Biden’s son Beau was in the hospital at the time, terminally ill with a brain tumor. When Biden visited his son later that day, he sang “Crocodile Rock” to him and told him that John had been to the White House.

“He hasn’t regained consciousness,” Furnish explained. “But we were told he was smiling, and it definitely sparked something.” So John decided the song should be included in the night’s setlist.

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