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

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

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

"I'm going to keep making jokes about this guy", she said.

Kathy Griffin and Anderson Cooper during happier times.

She took a knee and raised a fist, a nod to the National Football League protests that Trump and Pence have both denounced, and then spiked the mask, to uproarious applause.

Cohen, the host of Bravo's "Watch What Happens Live", is slated to join Cooper on Sunday, Dec. 31 in New York City to ring in the New Year. It is clearly disgusting and completely inappropriate", he wrote at the time. Cooper's tenure on the program dates back farther, to 2002.

Cohen and Cooper have traveled the country with a stage show, "AC2", in which they tell stories and take questions. "Really? Not supporting and backing Kathy Griffin after she had your back for years".

Trump suggests 'Liddle' Sen. Bob Corker was 'made to sound a fool'
Corker had been an ally and personal friend to the president before they developed a public feud on social media. The feud is odd because Corker was briefly considered as a vice president running mate during the 2016 campaign.

CNN terminated its agreement with Griffin, Cooper's longtime co-host for the show, in May after she participated in a photoshoot that featured herself holding up a bloody, decapitated head resembling President Donald Trump.

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

Cohen "could not be more excited", he said in a Tweet.

Griffin and Cooper previously served as co-hosts of the show since 2007 and had been longtime friends for almost two decades before their falling out in the wake of the Trump photo scandal.

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