Andy Cohen calls out the ladies of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills for their treatment of gay men during an episode of his Watch What Happens Live late night show on Tuesday (February 3) in New York City.
The 46-year-old host, who created the hit reality franchise and was joined that night by guests Lance Bass and Luann de Lesseps, is sick of the phrase “my gays” that has been thrown around on the show.
“Even though some of your friends might be gay, which is great, they are not yours,” Andy said. “You do not own them. We are not cattle. We are not purses. The next time you feel like saying ‘my gays,’ replace it with ‘my blacks’ and see how that turns out.”
“Of course the boys are going to be there, unfortunately Justin [Timberlake]‘s not going to be able to go because that’s his last date on tour and I had no idea he’d be touring right next to Christmas,” the 35-year-old singer shared to E! News.
Lance added, “He’ll be the only guy not able to make it that day. I couldn’t imagine getting married without those boys being right there!”