Both!! Lots of laughs. Cohen is great!
Was so sad when it was over!
Yes!! I am wildly embarrassed to admit that I love all things "Bravo"...especially that Andy Cohen! Very cute read, generally upbeat.
"Andy Cohen: Buy m'book!!!"
Just adorable, not to mention hilarious! Andy is wonderfully frank without being too "heavy". Really enjoyable.
You feel as if Andy is talking directly to you.
A lot of fun, and some serious bits too. If you like Andy Cohen, you'll like this book.
Goofy, self indulgent, Entertaining
Funny summary and lead to more books, Please Andy
I definitely could have but I didn't
More Grasciela please
I am so glad that Andy narrated the story, he was so funny and honest. There were so many parts were I was laughing outloud, I love love love Andy Cohen!
Absolutely loved the book. Perfect Andy at his best. Love him. Only problem, I could not get Chapter 6 as it was full of static. First time that ever happened. Still worth a 5 star
Maybe if it was edited and then read by someone else
Its speed and inflection
I could easily delete
His stories really made you identify with the people he was annoying.
I am always interested in how people work their way up through the ladder to become the faces we see on tv. Cohen's story is interesting and a testament to his persistance and hard work. However, if your looking for great dish on behind the scenes activities behind the housewive's series, you are out of luck. Just remember his main goal is to promote the show and protect Bravo. Nothing about all of the freebie's and positioning that goes on.
I was disappointed. I enjoy the Andy Cohen "After Live" show, and am a big housewives whore.i thought this would be funny, and full of housewife dirt.
First off, his voice is soooo annoying after a while- nasally, whiney, and he really isn't that funny. Most of the stories, i found pretty uninteresting. The only part I enjoyed was when he talked about the housewives, and that was only a few small chapters, and didn't really dish on much except their dogs..
I suppose I should have known the general tone and feeling of this book, having watched Andy Cohen many times on Watch What Happens Live. However, after listening to hour after hour of stories that mostly showcase his shallowness and utter disregard for the feelings of other people, it just wore me down.
I can see why he's successful, because he found the absolutely perfect niche for someone as vapid as himself. I have a feeling this book is going to be featured in "Celebrity Autobiography" at some point soon.