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Pot-Lover Andy Cohen Admits He Was Caught High On Camera — Watch What Happens!

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May 24 2018, Updated 3:15 p.m. ET

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In a recent podcast, unapologetic marijuana smoker Andy Cohen insisted he's never hosted Watch What Happens Live while under the influence — but admitted he was once caught high on camera!

After throwing the first pitch at his beloved St. Louis Cardinal's game recently, the Bravo honcho, 48, claimed he ate a pot lollipop and gave one "weird" video interview.

"I forgot that they were going to be pulling me into the broadcast booth…they came to get me and I was like, 'Oh s***,'" he told hosts Theo Von and Matthew Cole Weiss on the Allegedly podcast. "I was appropriately high at the time. It was all so weird and surreal!"

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Now, RadarOnline.com has uncovered footage from Cohen's hazy event!

"To me, the Cardinals represent so much more than just baseball. They represent home, and family, and just, uh, happiness, really," he says in the official Cardinals clip taken during the May 17, 2016 baseball game. "I couldn't imagine being any other way."

In his recent book of diary entries, Superficial, the hard-partying exec confessed to doing more than just pot: He admitted to doing a form of MDMA during a Grateful Dead concert.

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"It was not speedy at all, just pure, which helped me enjoy a bunch of rare songs," he wrote.

Does the host seem dazed and confused in the video? Sound off in the comments!

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