Andy Cohen Explains What Has to Happen for Him to Retire From Bravo

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Andy Cohen is thinking ahead, and the future he sees for himself includes his position at Bravo.

The 55-year-old said he has no plans to retire from his job as presenter and producer at the network anytime soon (or ever, if he has anything to do with it).

"I'll hang it up when they kick me out," Cohen joked in a new interview published by E! News on Tuesday, Nov. 7. "They can push me out."

The media personality and father of two noted that he'll be coming up on a pretty big work anniversary soon and hopes that these last two decades or so are just the beginning.

"It's really something," he shared. "It is something to step back from and shake your head," he said of his tenure at Bravo, which kicked off with The Real Housewives of Orange County, has expanded to include nine additional U.S. cities, multiple spinoff series, as well as production credits on numerous other reality TV shows and serving as host of a talk show dedicated to Bravo's programming: Watch What Happens Live.

Cohen continued, "Next year's my 20th year at Bravo and just when I think back of those early days and this, it's incredible."

Despite not being in a rush to jet off into retirement, this Bravolebrity has all his bases covered and a few thoughts on who should replace him when the time comes. "I have a couple thoughts that I'll share at a later date," he teased, "but I feel like it's not anything I'm thinking seriously about."

Cohen proved his love for the network, when he stayed tight-lipped about RHONY alum Bethenny Frankel's reality reckoning. "I think that I am living in the joy and the passion of this fandom at BravoCon, and that's where I stay," Cohen told Parade at BravoCon. "And that's where I'm going to remain."

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