Andy Cohen wants his Sunday Funday in Atlanta

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Watch what happens when Bravo-lebrity Andy Cohen returns this weekend to pitch his new book during the day and play in gay Atlanta party spots all night long. College cheerleaders beware.

Cohen's pilgrimage to gay Atlanta is an annual tradition. And since the host of “Watch What Happens Live” and force behind the “Real Housewives” franchise loves to hold court with fans as much as he likes his nekkid strippers, it's likely Cohen will be up for some nightlife fun.

He returns to Atlanta on Sunday to pitch his new book, “Superficial: More Adventures from the Andy Cohen Diaries,” at the Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta in Dunwoody. Cohen, who interviews celebrities on his Bravo show, will flip the script as “Real Housewives of Atlanta” cast member Phaedra Parks interviews him during the appearance. 

The real fun – the kind with adult beverages and booty – comes before or after the book signing. Cohen likes to hit a few favorite gay places while in Atlanta and writes about them in his diary, which provides the fodder for his latest book and his other titles “Superficial” and “The Andy Cohen Diaries.” Via the AJC:

But according to his diary, all was not lost: “Met Lindsey Denman and Matt Anderson at Swinging Richards [a male strip club] and laughed, partied and celebrated the end of a great week of hard work. Oh, and we felt up a couple strippers.”

He said he goes wherever his Atlanta friends want to go. The book references night spots such as Jungle, Blake’s on the Park and the aforementioned Swinging Richards. “I really love it there,” he said. “I always have a great time.”

Yep, definitely Blake's.

And hook ups. 

The juiciest tidbit, though, was how he hooked up with a hot male mechanic and a pretty blond woman, a threesome that may or may not have been like a Penthouse Forum letter. And on one of his trips to Atlanta last year, he actually wrote this: “Woke up with a cheerleader from Georgia Tech.”

But hurry Andy. Swinging Richards is closed on Sundays.


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