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'The Truth is the Truth': Andy Cohen Says Bravo Won't Be Deterred by Avalanche of Legal Claims, Pledges to 'Keep Doing Exactly What We're Doing'

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Executive Producer Andy Cohen previously hinted at an overhaul of 'RHONJ' for Season 15.

Jun. 13 2024, Published 4:00 p.m. ET

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Andy Cohen vowed that Bravo will not be deterred by lawsuits plaguing the network — and pledged to "keep doing exactly what we're doing" amid rumors of cast shake ups and legal woes, RadarOnline.com has learned.

The Watch What Happens Live host discussed a variety of hot topic issues swirling around one of the network's top shows, The Real Housewives of New Jersey.

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Cohen addressed rumors and lawsuits plaguing Bravo.

On Wednesday, June 12, Cohen sat down with Anderson Cooper at the 2024 Tribeca Festival, where he discussed current rumors against the franchise and network.

When Cooper asked the Bravo host what was going on with the Real Housewives, Cohen fired back, "There's lots happening in New Jersey."

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The 'Real Housewives of New Jersey' filmed a watch party instead of a traditional reunion show.

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For the first time in the show's history, the New Jersey Housewives did not have a reunion, a surprising move that shocked fans and added to rumors about a potential cast shake up, which Cohen denied.

"We're not doing a reunion, but you will understand when you see the finale why we’re not," Cohen explained. "There was a lot of casting news that was reported today — none of it is true."

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The 'WWHL' host hit back at lawsuits against the network and said 'the truth is the truth.'

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"We haven't discussed casting for next season," the Bravo host added, seemingly hinting to fans worried about the show's future that the Housewives would be back for season 15.

Cohen echoed comments he made about the New Jersey cast on SiriusXM's Reality Checked, "There was a lot of play with that one and I think the answer is, I was talking to a cast member about this today. We are gonna cross next season as that comes."

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Glanville accused Cohen of sending her an 'inappropriate' recording in 2022.

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An audience member then asked Cohen his thoughts on multiple lawsuits filed against the network by its own stars, "It feels like folks on the show are getting increasingly litigious, how do you mitigate that risk while keeping it interesting on the show?"

RHONY's Leah McSweeney accused both Bravo and Cohen of being "rotten" in her lawsuit — and former Beverly Hills Housewife Brandi Glanville accused the WWHL host of sending her an "inappropriate" recording in 2022.

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Cohen put on a defiant front as he answered the audience member, "We keep doing exactly what we’re doing, because the truth is the truth, and we are proud of how we conduct ourselves and how we produce these shows, and that’s it. We just keep going."

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