Andy Cohen Denies Erika Jayne Refused To Appear On WWHL

Andy Cohen Denies Erika Jayne Refused To Appear On WWHL

May 17, 2021 0 By admin

Andy Cohen has taken to Instagram to deny that Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Erika Jayne refused to appear on Watch What Happens Live.

Andy Cohen has taken to social media to deny that Erika Jayne from The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills has refused to appear on Watch What Happens Live unless she had pre-selected questions. RHOBH season 13 will be premiering this Wednesday, and it will mainly focus on Erika’s recent divorce from her husband of 21 years, Tom Girardi, as well as their legal woes. Erika is rumored to be diving deep into her past with Tom, and she does not plan on holding anything back.

The viewers were introduced to the Press Mess author in 2015 when she joined the cast of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 6. She immediately connected to the cast, especially Lisa Rinna and Eileen Davison, plus the fans loved her lavish lifestyle. Not only was she married to a high-profile lawyer who able to fund her lifestyle, but he supported Erika, who was recently linked to Armie Hammer, through her career ambitions. Her life seemed like every person’s fantasy, but in reality, it wasn’t.

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WWHL host Andy Cohen left a comment on the @boldandthebravo Instagram profile to deny an alleged claim that 49-year-old Erika Jayne had refused to appear on his late-night show unless she was given pre-selected questions. The Instagram post claimed Erika “alerted the executives at Bravo that she will not be appearing on ‘Watch What Happens Live’ unless she has pre-selected questions.” She allegedly asked for pre-selected questions “in an effort to preserve her already shattered image.” If the network, Bravo, approved her request, this would restrict viewers from calling in on the night of a new episode. Shortly after the post was shared, Andy wrote in the comment section, “Yeah this isn’t true.” Erika, who recently moved into a $1.5 million home, was clearly made aware of the comment, and she replied, “Thank you,” along with a red heart emoji.

The fans also took to the comment section to give their thoughts on the rumor and Andy Cohen now debunking it. One follower wrote, “from a legal standpoint does it make sense for anyone with a large amount of lawsuits to be on live television? No shade but I can’t imagine that would bode well.” Another said, “We’ll soon know by the questions that will be asked.” With the new season premiering later this week, RHOBH fans will soon discover more information on Erika and Tom’s legal troubles, such as allegedly hiding money from lawyers. However, viewers are skeptical about whether or not Erika will answer the questions fans need to know the answers to.

Since Erika joined RHOBH, she has always been a bit of an enigma, which she has admitted in her first season tagline. However, it seems like she plans on spilling all the tea during this new season. The reality star does not plan on holding back on the show or when Andy decides to have her on WWHL later this year.

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The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills premieres Wednesday at 9 pm EST on Bravo.

Sources: @boldandthebravo/Instagram, @commentsbybravo/Instagram

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