Andy Cohen to replace Kathy Griffin on CNN on New Year's Eve

Ruben Ruiz
October 13, 2017

Per The Hollywood Reporter, we can inform our readers that Cohen has officially been named as Griffin's replacement for CNN's New Year's Eve telecast. Cooper said in a statement.

Anderson Cooper won't be having Kathy Griffin by his side this New Year's Eve, but for fans of Andy Cohen, that's going to be A-OK!

In the interview, Griffin also revealed that she is no longer friends with her longtime CNN New Year's Eve Live co-host Cooper, who publicly criticized the photo shoot. Cooper said in a press release. "We've traveled the world together and performed in 30 plus cities with 'AC2, ' and it's all led to this one huge night!"

Griffin hosted with Cooper since 2007 until CNN announced on May 31 that it would be ending its relationship with the comedian following a controversial photoshoot.

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Now in its 11th year, CNN's New Year's Eve show is a global celebration featuring contributions from CNN correspondents across the country and around the world.

Will YOU be tuning in to the NEW New Year's Eve Live?? Cohen, best known as host and EP of Bravo's Watch What Happens Live, will join Cooper in Times Square in New York City.

Due to their friendship, Cohen and Cooper have frequently appeared on each other's program.

Cohen tweeted after the announcement that he "could not be more excited".

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