Andy Cohen burns his hand during ‘WWHL’ commercial break

By: The Trend Wire

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Wednesday was not going well when she first shared on her Instagram that she found herself in a smelly New York taxi

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writing on her story, “You just can’t believe the smell in this cab…..me Really think there’s a dead animal in this car…… well

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I’m just sharing to spend time and get my mind off this smell,” then later ends in a fight with the driver, as The next slide read

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 “Update: He took me the wrong way and we’re in a big fight. It’s not going well.”

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later during filming Things took a turn for the worse for Cohen when he burned his hand while grabbing a curling iron from the barrel during a commercial break.

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Cohen returned from the break saying, “Welcome back Watch live what happens. I’m Andy Cohen in the clubhouse where someone can drink too much and make inappropriate statements

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or they can grab Carol Brooks’s curling iron with their hands during commercial breaks and burn themselves, which I just did Is.”

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“Oh boy. I’m in pain. I’m not kidding you,” Cohen said, fanning himself. 

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The host explained that he didn’t know how a curling iron works and grabbed the hot barrel with his hand to get him out of the way to grab his question card.

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Despite the pain, Cohen continued his live show holding ice in his burned hand, which was later explained by the control room

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and was not good for the burn to the audience at home. In fact, plenty of fans took to Twitter during the live show to share their concern for Cohen:

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In the end, Cohen looked fine as he applied some burn cream and bandages to his fingers. However, he shared that he was trembling which he thought was “very strange”.