Andy Cohen's guest list for his late night talk show is getting shorter after he banned a number of guests from ever coming back on his show. The sensitive host of Bravo TV's 'Watch What Happens Live!' revealed he's banned a number of stars because they're "not worth the trouble".
Cohen's ego took a hit after several bold name stars declined his invitation to appear on his show due to rumors that he and his producers are disrespectful to Black people.
Last month, rapper and full-time mom Lil Kim canceled her scheduled appearance on WWHL! after producers refused to avoid asking her certain personal questions.
Cohen also had a run-in with 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt' star Tituss Burgess, who called him a "messy queen" after Cohen brought up comedian Eddie Murphy's past issues with the LGBT+ community. Burgess, who appeared on WWHL! several times, will not be invited back, according to reports.
The 51-year-old, openly homosexual television producer has hosted WWHL! for 10 years, since it first began airing in 2009. And while some of the biggest names in reality TV have appeared on the talk show, he revealed certain stars have been blacklisted from the show for being difficult.
"There are a few people - and you would be surprised - there are a few people who we have deemed not worth the trouble," he told AOL Lifestyle on Sunday. "Like, you can't talk about this and you can't ask about that. Or there are a couple of people who have been on the show that we deem too annoying to come back."
Last year, the host told E! News that Amber Rose was "one of the worst guests" he's ever had on the show, because she wanted to avoid all the "shady questions."
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