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ANDY COHEN

AMERICA’S ONLY GAY LATE NIGHT TALK SHOW HOST PAYS A FLEETING VISIT TO SEE ATTITUDE IN LONDON

PHOTOGRAPHY: LEON CSERNOHLAVEK / STYLING: NICK BYAM

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Stripping from tuxedo to dressing gown in a suite at London’s Andaz Hotel, I suggest that Andy Cohen may like some privacy. “Relax,” he says brashly, “I’m not shy, I’m American!” And indeed it’s in his USA homeland where TV mogul Andy Cohen can consider himself a huge star. He hosts his own late night talk show Watch What Happens: Live, he’s the creator, executive producer and all round ringmaster of the popular Real Housewives franchise, and his high flying New York socialite ways are well documented on his social media accounts as well as his book The Andy Cohen Diaries: A Deep Look at a Shallow Year. But here in London – where he’s come to see ‘friend’ Ralph Fiennes on the stage, to dine with Joan Collins, and crucially, to talk to Attitude – he still enjoys some levels of anonymity. “I went out last night and it was interesting being in London. Some people knew who I was, some people didn’t, and it was very fun, it was very... refreshing,” he grins. Bubbly and chatty with everyone on set, and happy to take well positioned selfies, Andy is clearly someone who delights in his work, and every aspect of it. As we sit down for a chat he asks me gleefully, “Are you a ginge?!” expressing his preference for red tops.

Sadly Andy, I’m not, but there’s a copy of RED HOT in the post with your name on it.

Do you know London well?

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The new issue feature former child star turned Bates Motel psycho, Freddie Highmore – who is all grown up in our exclusive shoot and interview. We also have a feature looking at why gay men love horror movies so much. On the eve of the UK general election we look back at party voting records and ask can we really trust the Tories? And as the Irish marriage referendum approaches, we look at the country’s road to equality, and how Colin Farrell is supporting his gay brother. In other voting matters, we ask experts if the UK can ever hope to win the Eurovision again. We have interviews with pop prince Will Young, American TV guru Andy Cohen, music mogul Pete Waterman, and that absolute babe Alexandra Burke. We also give you the run down on all the best prides and festivals of the summer.
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