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.
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 actor is surprisingly sanguine about turning down the role of Dominic in the "Fast and Furious" franchise, which has grossed over $5 billion.
JLaw had told Oprah Winfrey she would most like to have dinner with Scott Disick, Luann De Lesseps, and Bethenny Frankel. Andy Cohen made her dream a reality on "Watch What Happens Live."
Brooke Shields talks about her touching reunion with Paris Jackson at New York Fashion Week and her last contact with Michael Jackson.
Andy Cohen "auditioned" with Sarah Jessica Parker for the role of Samantha in "Sex and the City 3."
John Lithgow visited "Watch What Happens Live," where he revealed celebrated roles he's turned down during his illustrious career.
Childhood friends Colin Hanks and Kate Hudson visited "Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen." Hanks's ability to recognize lines from his father's films turned out to be less than stellar.
Jenny McCarthy visited "WWHL," where she revealed that her favorite memory of the late Hugh Hefner was an insult she received from him.
A left-leaning Henry Winkler was asked what he thought about his "Happy Days" colleague Scott Baio. Baio is a strong supporter of Donald Trump, despite working in a progressive and liberal industry.
Pink dropped by "Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen," where she talked about the tumultuous past she shared with fellow pop star Christina Aguilera.
Brooke Shields reveals that Trump asked her out on a date after his divorce from Marla Maples, and the line he used was classic Trump.
On "Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen," "Murphy Brown" star Candice Bergen discussed the date she went on with Donald Trump.
During a segment called "I Don't Want to Wait," Van Der Beek told Andy Cohen it happened during Season 2. Kind of early, given the show ran for six seasons.