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Publisher Description

The star-studded and sidesplitting follow up to The Andy Cohen Diaries

The megapopular host of Watch What Happens: Live and executive producer of The Real Housewives franchise is back, better than ever, and telling stories that will keep his publicist up at night.

Since the publication of his last book, Andy has toured the country with his sidekick Anderson Cooper, hit the radio waves with his own Sirius station, Radio Andy, appeared on Real Time with Bill Maher despite his mother’s conviction he was not intellectually prepared, hosted NBC’s Primetime New Year’s Eve special, guest edited Entertainment Weekly, starred in Bravo’s Then & Now with Andy Cohen, offended celebrities with his ongoing case of foot-in-mouth disease, and welcomed home Teresa “Namaste” Giudice, from a brief stint in jail. Hopping from the Hamptons to the Manhattan dating world, the dog park to the red carpet, Cardinals superfan and mama’s boy Andy Cohen, with Wacha in tow, is the kind of star that fans are dying to be friends with. This book gives them that chance.

If The Andy Cohen Diaries was deemed “the literary equivalent of a Fresca and tequila” by Jimmy Fallon, Superficial is a double: dishier, juicier, and friskier. In this account of his escapades—personal, professional, and behind-the-scenes—Andy tells us not only what goes down, but exactly what he thinks of it.

Biographies & Memoirs
November 15
Henry Holt and Co.

Customer Reviews

Free recycler ,


This book was a joy to read; funny, honest, and a real conduit to understanding! The diaries, both of them, were a solid diversion, taking me thru hardest time of my life.

Sarasota Sweetie ,

So boring

So disappointed in Andy's book. Maybe I do not know Andy at all from his show. The diary style book is very poorly written, and shows how insecure Andy is. Would recommend to no one.

chicagoadgal ,

Pointless and waste of time

Why would anyone publish this? Who reviewed this and thought it was worth the effort? It is nothing more than name dropping and excruciatingly boring details. For someone who perhaps may lead an interesting life, any hint of it was left out of this book. I read this months ago and am STILL annoyed I paid money for it and wasted my time.

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