Andy Cohen, left, with longtime friend and CNN reporter Anderson Cooper before one of their “Deep Talk and Shallow Tales” shows.
It compelled me to go to situations where life and death was very much a real thing, a presence in people’s lives. A: The funny thing about Channel One is that, other than teachers, no other adults saw it.Literally every day he’ll call me up and say, “I was walking my dog and I ran into Cameron Diaz! I’m sort of grumpy when I travel, but Andy likes doing the show because it’s like hanging out with the best of me for two hours.” Q: And I’m guessing he gets stuff out of you that no one else could? I actually am exhausted after the show because I’m an introvert. Afterward I go back to the hotel, and I think he’s excited to go out in Denver after the show.With some people it’s very different than real life, and with Andy in particular, he’s the same as he has been since he was 7 years old.He’s been obsessed with pop culture and celebrity and fame, and so it’s amazing that what he does now is what he’s always dreamed of doing."The president of the United States is tired of so many black people coming into this country. The sentiment the president expressed today is a racist sentiment," Cooper said.Tired of immigrants from Haiti and Africa being allowed in," Cooper said. “And that’s really what this show is: a peek behind culture and world events. It’s an entertaining night of stories from two people who have covered the world, from presidential debates to behind-the-scenes of the ‘Real Housewives.’ ” The other person on stage with Cooper during his “AC²” shows is Andy Cohen, his longtime friend and an Emmy-winner himself who hosts a late-night Bravo talk show, produces marquee reality TV series and, like Cooper, is prominently and openly gay. 11 Buell Theatre stop of his “AC²: Deep Talk and Shallow Tales” tour.Q: How long have you been doing these stage shows, and how have they changed since you started?Anderson Cooper said Thursday night there is no dancing around it, President Trump's reaction to an immigration deal that would provide for and protect immigrants from Haiti and Africa. Cooper said the racist remarks would be received well by Trump supporters. take in more immigrants from "shithole countries" rather than nations like Norway.