Karen / Memoir / Nonfiction

Most Talkative: Stories from the Front Line of Pop Culture by Andy Cohen

OK, rig51TJ3eXdrxL._SY344_BO1,204,203,200_ht off the bat I will admit that I love Andy Cohen. And the Bravo Network. And the talk show Watch What Happens. And of course, The Real Housewives of… All of them. Every single one. Orange County. New York. New Jersey. D. C.. Beverly Hills. Miami. I cannot get enough of these ladies!

So, that being said, you can imagine how excited I was to hear that Andy Cohen had written a book about his life and with an emphasis on his time as an Executive Producer at Bravo. I just knew that he would be dishing (and dissing) all sorts of inside secrets and stories. And he did. However, Most Talkative: Stories from the Front Line of Pop Culture is way more than that. Andy discusses his college days and then his internship with CBS news (which he later went to work for). He produced a lot of very serious news stories during his tenure at CBS, most notably the Oklahoma Bombing. Something I did not know and would have never have guessed. He also discusses his many interviews with celebrities; some good, some, well, not so much. But certainly entertaining.

Always funny, flamboyant, and yes, talkative, this memoir is just as you would expect if you are a fan of his or the shows he produces. I highly recommend the audiobook as he is the reader and it is just fun to listen to.



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