People are getting ready to pour their adult beverages and enjoy watching Andy Cohen get back to hosting WWHL Clubhouse. Andy is gonna get back in the studio to host Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen after what seems like forever. He spent some time running the show from the comfort of his own home, and as of Sunday, October 11th, he’ll be back in-studio.
Andy Cohen and Celebrity Guests
Andy typically interviews Bravolebrities and other celebrities on the show about the latest Hollywood news. Things aren’t going to change, except for the fact that he’ll be interviewing them through video chat so that they can spill all while also playing special games, at-home show-and-tells, and engage in other surprises.
In a statement, Andy mentioned how fortunate he felt about being able to keep the show going remotely and how he felt that there’s no place like the Clubhouse. He said that he couldn’t wait to go home to his tchotchkes and to elbow his crew.
Saying Goodbye to Remote Production
Before the show gets back to the Clubhouse, there are a few big episodes that are set for Andy Cohen on WWHL: @ Home. Andy has to say goodbye to the remote production by hosting the first-ever The Golden Robes. It’s a virtual award show that celebrates some of the best and worst at-home moments.
The show is set to air on Wednesday, October 7th. Some of the categories for The Golden Robes include “Worst Wifi Connection,” “Best Inspirational Moment in an Otherwise Sh–ty Year,” “The Benjamin Allen Cohen Award for Toddler Cuteness,” and “Most Shocking @Home Moment,” plus more.
On Thursday, October 8th, WWHL: @ Home will feature Mariah Carey, while other guest stars are set to appear on WWHL later on in October. Some of these stars include Sam Smith, Matthew McConaughey, Lenny Kravitz, Hoda Kotb, Wynonna Judd, and Marlon Wayans.
During an appearance on Late Night with Seth Meyers, Hugh Grant, 60 joked that his wife, Anna Elisabet Eberstein, 41 had never liked his heartwarming films because they bore her. The British actor is well-known for rom coms like Four Weddings and a Funeral, Love Actually, Nothing Hill, and more, but his wife likes violent and gangster films more.
Hugh Grant With Successful Dramatic Projects
While Anna is not interested in her husbands’ rom coms, Hugh Grant said that she was “starting to get a taste” of some of his more dramatic projects such as The Undoing. Apparently, she liked the series, but the Bridget Jone’s Diary actor also hilariously cleared up that she didn’t like his character as much as the murder lady’s husband played by Ismael Cruz Cordova and Édgar Ramírez, who played the cop.
Anna Elisabet Eberstein Will Always Support Her Husband
Anna is really superlative of Hugh Grant’s career. However, the Golden Globe winner insisted that when it came to his gigs in show business she’s not interested in any way at all. Grant also added, “I bore her with my work”.
Even though the Swedish TV producer may not be the first one to watch Hugh Grant’s award-winning TV series and films, she’ll always be by his side to cheer him on. The couple has been dating since 2012, and the longtime lovebirds can’t imagine a life without each other.
Before meeting Anna, Hugh Grant wasn’t a “massive believer in marriage” as he once told People, but it seems like the right person could change anybody. Hugh and Anna married in 2018, proving that both had found the right person and the couple shared their son John Mungo Grant who was born in 2012. In 2015 and 2018, Anna gave birth to 2 girls making a happy family with 3 children. However, the movie star is also the father of Felix Hong Grant, and Tabitha Grant, from his relationship with Tinglan Hong.