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Andy Cohen reveals he's in the mile high club: 'No, it was not with a flight attendant'

That grin when he says it...

2020-12-18

Words: Jamie Tabberer; picture: Bravo

Andy Cohen has shared that he's in the mile high club.

The star made the announcement on an episode of his show Watch What Happens Live this week, during a Zoom call with news anchor Anderson Cooper and actor Kaley Cuoco.

Asking fan questions inspired by Kaley's new show The Flight Attendant, Andy asked: "Have either of you ever joined the mile high club?"

Before giving them a chance to answer, the TV host cheekily confessed: "I'm in it... are you guys?

 
 
 
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"In a bathroom?!"

Asked by an incredulous Kaley: "What? How?!", Andy replies with a grin: "On a commercial flight to France..."

Asked by Anderson, "in a bathroom?", Andy says: "Just don't worry about it..."

"Can you say whether it was with a flight attendant?" pushed Anderson, to which Andy said: "Good question, and ties in with Kaley's show...

"No, it was not with a flight attendant."

OK then!

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It's not the first time Andy's talked candidly about sex. In a 2018 interview with Attitude, he said: "I’ve been thinking about the whole bottom/top thing. There’s a lot of bottom-shaming going on.

"It’s a question that I’ve been asked and I’ve answered over the years and I feel the question has become out of date, and the reason why is because what defines sex anyway?"

The 52-year-old later added: "The connotation about being a top or a bottom, I think for the person/the spectator who from the outside, or who can just be looking to make a generalisation, it insinuates ‘Who’s the man and who’s the woman?’ which obviously is outdated."

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