Bravo mastermind Andy Cohen got a taste of his own medicine when TooFab asked him to play a little game on air. Effortlessly comfortable in the hot seat, Andy dolled out awards to his Housewives in categories such as Best Dramatic Performance, Best Ensemble Performance, and Best Supporting Husband.
But as much as I love m'Andy, I'm not sure I necessarily agree with his answers.
For Best Dramatic Performance, Andy gives Real Housewives of Orange County's Vicki Gunvalson the "award" for the emotional conversation about her flailing marriage she had with co-star Tamra Barney. While the talk was really real, I'd have to give the award to Joe Gorga for his Godfather-esque breakdown at his son's christening.
Remember when he was kneeling in front of his dad, in tears, screaming about how much he loves him? This, of course, right after the epic fight between the dozens of family members who were gathered to celebrate the baby's welcoming into the house of God.
Andy's choice for Best Ensemble Cast goes to The Real Housewives of New Jersey for their "continued pursuit to keeping things real." One-hundred percent agree.
I disagree, however, with his choice for Best Supporting Husband. Andy gives it to Ken Todd, Lisa Vanderpump's better half on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, which, hmm. Ken's cool and everything, but Kathy's husband, Rich Wakile, from Jersey, is kind of amazing. He dresses like an unemployed 18-year-old and makes crude sex jokes. What's not to love?
Finally, Andy hands out the Best Costume title to Giggy of Beverly Hills, which is hard to disagree with ... until you remember Milania Giudice. Girl's dressed like a tipsy figure skater 24/7, and it's perfection.
Did I just give all the awards to The Real Housewives of New Jersey? Yes, yes I did. And I'm totally OK with that.
What do you think of the "award" winners -- do you agree with Andy's picks?
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