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Andy Cohen Is “Feeling Better” As He Is Returning To Host WWHL From Home After Testing Positive For Coronavirus!

Andy Cohen says he’s “feeling better” after testing positive for coronavirus (COVID-19) earlier this month. He also confirms that Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen is returning tonight and will feature special guests Real Housewives of Atlanta's NeNe Leakes, Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Lisa Rinna and Jerry O' Connell.

Andy's other guests for this week include Stassi Schroeder, Brittany Cartwright, and Jax Taylor (March 31 at 11/10c); John Mayer (April 1 at 11/10c); and Kyle Richards, Ramona Singer, Melissa Gorga, and her husband Joe (April 2 at 11/10c).

After suspending production on March 13, WWHL returns with new shows in a special edition dubbed Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen: @ Home beginning Monday, March 30 at 11/10c. Andy will remain in quarantine to shoot new episodes remotely from his apartment in New York City.

Andy will be welcoming Bravoleb and celebrity guests to WWHL as usual, but this time they will be interviewed via video chat. In addition to what will surely be some unforgettable conversations, Andy and his guests will also partake in special games, at-home show-and-tells, and other surprises.

Cohen is also returning to the radio, going live from his apartment on his exclusive SiriusXM channel Radio Andy. Andy Cohen Live airs Mondays and Wednesdays at 10 a.m. ET on Radio Andy channel 102.

The Real Housewives executive producer shared the exciting news via his Instagram page. “Happy to report I’m feeling better and am returning to @radioandysxm this morning, and will try to end your day with a smile when we begin WWHL@Home tonight featuring @neneleakes @lisarinna @mrjerryo!” he wrote. “THANK YOU TO EVERYONE ON THE FRONT LINES OF COVID-19!”

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