Andy Cohen apologizes after screaming 'Shut up!' during 'Housewives' reunion

Part three of The Real Housewives of New Jersey reunion aired Tuesday night and, as usual, there was a lot of shouting. Executive producer Andy Cohen usually helms the reunion specials, but apparently his vast experience dealing with the cast hasn't fully conditioned him to the bickering.
Hostile confrontations are the name of the game when it comes to housewives reunions, but sometimes things get so messy it's hard for audiences to follow. Cohen does a phenomenal job of arguing with the cast and maintaining order. But even he sometimes gets tired of shouting. At the very top of the show, he got up and yelled at Teresa Giudice and Margaret Josephs for not stopping yelling at each other.
"Keep your mouth shut!" Cohen screamed. "I honestly have a dinner reservation."
Later in the show, the two housewives were back at it and an enraged Cohen gritted his teeth and yelled "Shut up!"
While some viewers were surprised by Cohen's reaction, the majority of fans on Twitter appreciated his candid reaction to the feuding stars. That being said, he took a moment at the end to address the outbreak.
"I want to apologize to all of you for yelling at you multiple times," Cohen said. "Man, sometimes when I get with the Jersey girls, I turn into a Jersey girl."
Cohen later spoke about his outburst on Watch What Happens Live. He admitted he "lost it." Aside from that, he also took part in a poll and 96% of the viewers thought he was right.
Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen airs Sunday through Thursday on Bravo.
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Janet Jackson makes a surprise appearance to present Mary J. Blige with the Billboard Icon Award
Janet Jackson received a thunderous round of applause at Sunday's Billboard Music Awards after surprisingly showing up to present Mary J. Blige with the 2022 Icon Award. "Mary J. Blige represents the truth," Jackson said. "Her work has always given us comfort because she sings me, she sings you." While viewers were eager to see both icons, the special moment belonged to none other than Blige. "What an icon means to me is overcoming obstacles, to achieve the unthinkable, and to be wildly admired for having an impact on a multitude of people, and that's what I've always represented." For the past three decades, has Blige won 9 Grammys and sold over 75 million records - and still remains a fabulous ghetto. "So ghetto, so fabulous, and people were threatened by it, and now everyone wants to be a ghetto fabulous," Blige said. And while female R&B legends like Queen Latifah and Missy Elliot had wonderful things to say about Blige's music, it was the woman herself who said it best. "The message of my music has always been that we are not alone in our struggles and I am not alone now," Blige explained. "I've been looking for true love for so long, but I've finally found my true love, and that true love is me."
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