Bravo's Andy Cohen: PS 22 Ruined the Oscars. Kids to Andy: Nobody Says Bad Stuff About the Chorus!
Bravo’s Andy Cohen can take his share of random television moments.
From weave pulling to table flipping, the host of all the Housewives’ reunion shows has stomached a lot, but the one thing that almost pushed him over the edge during the Oscars?
The children’s choir from Staten Island’s Public School 22.
On MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” on Tuesday, Cohen acted like he wished the kids had gone “Over the Rainbow” rather than onstage.
"I literally -- if I wasn't going to go out to some parties I would have slit (my wrists) right then. It was the worst. I was looking for a knife to stick in my eyes, it was so terrible.”
Cohen likened the children to “Up With People” and said that everything has a time and place, and there’s was not the finale of the Oscars.
His comments did not go over well, and Cohen has since apologized about the remarks via Twitter, but he may need to look into some personal protection.
The kids are heated. As, Abigail Sarfo, told the NY Post "He's so mean! He should stop being so mean to us—we're little kids!"
While another classmate warned, "Nobody says bad stuff about the chorus. He's gonna get a piece of me!"
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