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Andy Cohen Grabbed a Curling Iron During a Commercial Break For ‘wwhl,’ His Fingers Burned!

In the face of adversity, you become more resilient. The show must go on despite Andy Cohen’s finger burns on Wednesday night’s broadcast of Watch What Happens Live.

After the commercial break, the episode resumed with Cohen’s hand iced. This happened backstage and it resulted in multiple singed fingers, which the talk show presenter revealed to the audience as the show resumed.

“Welcome back to Watch What Happens Life,” he greeted the audience. During commercial breaks, “one may drink too much and make an inappropriate statement, or they could grab Carole Brooks’ curling iron with their hands and burn themselves, which is what I just did,” says Andy Cohen.

Cohen’s Fingers Were Damaged.

 Andy Cohen grabbed a curling iron during a commercial break for 'WWHL,' his fingers burned.

A cue card fanning his face, he said, “Oh boy.” “I’m in a lot of discomforts right now. I’m telling the truth.” When Cohen’s fingers were damaged, he tried soaking them in milk and applying burn cream before ultimately procuring some bandages. He said, “But I’m like, shaking, which is pretty bizarre.”

Cohen‘s day on Wednesday may not have been particularly fruitful, as he’d resorted to Instagram just a few hours earlier to vent about a stinky cab and a driver who led him astray. Cohen’s Wednesday seemed to be going downhill from start to finish after he posted yet another surprising event on Instagram on the same day.

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Cohen Had a Terrible Experience.

 Andy Cohen grabbed a curling iron during a commercial break for 'WWHL,' his fingers burned.

Cohen had a terrible experience in a cab before taping the episode, and it stuck with him. “You won’t believe what you’re smelling in this cab… A dead animal has been found in this vehicle, and I believe that “On Instagram, he posted a video of the moment.

“Ok, I’m just passing the time and distracting myself from the scent,” you say. It wasn’t as bad as it seemed, though. As Cohen revealed in a second Instagram Story update, “he took me the wrong way and we are in a massive argument.” “Things aren’t looking good here.”

Marissa Figgs
I write picture books, for middle grade, and young adults, some of which have won prizes, been filmed, or become bestsellers. I've ghostwritten for Pixar and developed teen work for Alloy Entertainment. I think heartfelt writing is the finest. It doesn't have to be personal, but it must be visceral. You want them riveted from the first word, page, or sentence, no matter how painful or unpleasant, and that's my expertise.
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