Bravo TV's out and proud host Andy Cohen reveals the one woman that could make him switch teams in a new interview with GQ magazine.
“Jenny McCarthy was the one I thought could turn me straight," Cohen, 44, tells the magazine's Daniel Riley. "I thought that if I could just get my shot with her, it could happen.”
Cohen's admission follows that of pal Anderson Cooper, who joked about dating girls as a teenager while "hoping to meet their brothers."
The mogul behind the "Real Housewives" franchises doesn't stop there, of course. He also takes time to discuss his seemingly unlikely straight male fanbase:
“Yesterday, for example, I volunteered at Cantor Fitzgerald, did this 9/11 charity day. And I walked onto the trading floor, which is like being in the locker room of a football team or something—there’s a lot of testosterone. And every one of those guys knew who I was and had watched my show. I said this the other night on the show; I basically spoke directly to the straight men. ‘I know you’re watching. I met you on my book tour. You come up to me everywhere I go. And I’ve figured out why you like me: I show a bunch of boobs and asses and good-looking women. I get your wives and girlfriends playing drinking games. I get ’em wound up, I get ’em drunk, and just when they’re at the point where… I’m off the air.’”