The show must go on! Andy Cohen is the face behind the Bravo empire, so of course he would be the one to perform the big opening number for the awards show, The Bravos.
But the 55-year-old TV host revealed on Instagram that he lost his voice before the television performance and also made a big mistake on stage at the Paris Theater in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Cohen noted that he rehearses the song “every morning when I take Ben to school,” referring to his four-year-old son, adding, “He thinks I just came to Vegas to sing my song!” (And I actually did).”
The longtime TV personality admitted to being “so excited and nervous” about the performance, saying he lost his voice before the song.
“I didn’t think I would lose my voice… But many thanks to the brilliant Dylan MarcAurele (@rhonymusical) who wrote the perfect award show opener and helped me face my fears,” added Cohen added.
Cohen also admitted to being “furious” about a major mistake he made during the performance.
“I apologize to choreographer Jaimee Gallego (@jaimee_kay) for messing up the kick line. I’m furious with myself and we could have edited around it but it happened and so… what can I say. I wanted to make it all right, but I screw up!” he continued.
The Vegas-themed song featured a kickline with feathered dancers, a slew of Bravo references, and even a singing cameo from Vanderpump Rules stars Ariana Madix, Katie Maloney, Scheana ShayAnd James Kennedy.
The show was part of BravoCon 2023, a celebration of reality TV featuring Bravo’s top stars.
ET spoke with Cohen at the event about the future of the Housewives franchise.
“Every time Bravo calls and says, ‘How about developing here or there,’ I feel like we’re really good right now,” he told ET with a laugh.
“You might laugh at me when I say we don’t want to oversaturate the market because there are 10 of them,” Cohen joked. “I think we are doing very well now. It’s a good time housewives world.”
The Bravos is currently streaming on Peacock.
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