During Britney Spears's Piece of Me tour in New York, she invited Bravo's Andy Cohen on stage with her during the "Freakshow" portion, but didn't seem to know his name. Watch the video here.
When asked about the fight that Whoopi Goldberg and Jeanine Pirro had on "The View," Meghan McCain said her co-host is a "really fair, open person."
Dwayne Johnson spoke openly about his feud with Tyrese, saying there's "no need for a conversation," but wasn't so candid about another "Fast and Furious" co-star.
Justin Timberlake's former co-star gushes about the size of his manhood after seeing him shoot a scene naked.
Chelsea Handler, Stephen Colbert, and even Henry Winkler had opinions about the first lady's jacket.
When the clock hit zero in a game of Who Gon Check Me, Qs?, Matt Bomer and Andrew Rannells were so close they went ahead and kissed.
The Oscar-winning actress didn't mince words when asked about Arie Luyendyk Jr., though most of them can't be printed.
On "Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen," Geraldo Rivera said Donald Trump has done two things that almost made him write off his longtime friend.
The “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star apologizes and clarifies comments she made on Sunday's show, including that racism “wasn't f***ing all that real.” However, she also blames editing and social media.
Kim Zolciak-Biermann made some outrageous claims about racism during the Season 10 reunion of "Real Housewives of Atlanta." "This whole racism thing, in this day and age, is bulls***."
The reality star posted the Instagram message following a tense reunion episode.
During the "RHOA" reunion, Kenya Moore's awkward revelation that she's pregnant with her first child got a confused response.
Rod Stewart commented on the retirement announcement of longtime friend Elton John, and it doesn’t sound like he’s into it.
Andy Cohen took a break from the clubhouse to pop over to "Riverdale," and fans immediately took to Twitter to throw shade.
Brooke Shields talks about her touching reunion with Paris Jackson at New York Fashion Week and her last contact with Michael Jackson.
Jenny McCarthy visited "WWHL," where she revealed that her favorite memory of the late Hugh Hefner was an insult she received from him.