Andy Cohen will not be taking his remaining bow from Bravo any time quickly.
The 55-year-old—who serves as government producer of the Real Housewives franchise along with internet hosting Watch What Happens Live—completely informed E! News‘ Adrienne Bailon-Houghton and Justin Sylvester that he has no fast plans to retire. In reality, Andy believes he’ll nonetheless be with the community properly after he is overstayed his welcome.
“I will cling it up once they kick me out,” he joked. “They’ll push me out.”
As for Andy’s successor? “I’ve a pair ideas that I will share at a later date,” he teased, “however I really feel prefer it’s not something I am considering critically about.”
Certainly, the TV character has made himself a house at Bravo. As he identified, it has been 18 years since he began engaged on The Real Housewives of Orange County, which has now been expanded to cowl 9 different U.S. cities and spun off into a number of collection, together with the broadly widespread Vanderpump Rules.