Andy Cohen describes his love life as “emotionally chaotic”
Meeting a celebrity is not the easiest task. And dating two small children would probably make it exponentially more difficult. Just ask bravo boss Andy Cohen. He’s talked about his love life before, but now he’s getting a little more candid about how difficult it can be.
As reported by Page 6, Andy opened up about the difference between his love life with two kids on an episode of SiriusXM’s Stern Show Summer School. Andy told the host Gary Dell’Abate and Rahsaan Rogers that being a single dad makes dating a lower priority. He explained: “Dating is a different story because you know, I haven’t done it, there are two types of people, people you want to date and people you…”
Andy did not finish his sentence but Rahsan chimed in, “People you want to hit.” Andy laughed, “Thank you. Thanks Rassan. OK. So the answer is the dating stuff that, you know, I’ve been on a few dates. The Watch what’s happening live the host also said the encounters became “emotionally chaotic in my mind.”
When asked how he determines he is ready to introduce a partner to his children, Andy recalled a boyfriend who met his son Ben Cohen. Andy shared, “You know what, actually he’s someone who met my son. I was on vacation with my son. And I had met this guy when I was on vacation. And so he had actually met him. He added, “I just vibed him when the moment felt right.”
Back in May, Andy revealed he was on several dating sites following the welcoming of his baby girl, Lucy Cohen. The busy Bravo exec confessed: ‘I’ve been on a lot of dating sites. I really use them more as video games. I use them more because I’m at home to kill time. Like, ‘It’s fun to watch.’ It’s more fun than playing Scrabble online, let me tell you.
at Andy’s two children were both born by surrogate mother. Well arrived in February 2019 and Lucy made them a family of three in April this year. Andy recently revealed that the two are “biological siblings”. He raised some eyebrows in June when he said he had three embryos left for his children to use when they were older.
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