Kathy Griffin's CNN New Year's Eve Host Replacement Revealed

Anthony Bourdain

It's official ― Andy Cohen is the new co-host for CNN's New Year's Eve show.

Per The Hollywood Reporter, we can inform our readers that Cohen has officially been named as Griffin's replacement for CNN's New Year's Eve telecast. "It is going to be a blast!"

The twosome will ring in 2018 from Times Square in NY on CNN's "New Year's Eve Live with Anderson Cooper and Andy Cohen" on Sunday, December 31.

'Andy is the life of the party wherever he goes, and what bigger party is there than New Year's Eve?

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On the other side of things, the THR article notes that Griffin claims her and Cooper are no longer friends because of the incident. Cooper said in a statement.

CNN's "New Year's Eve Live", which broadcasts from Times Square on December 31, is in its 11th year and highlights celebrations from around the world, with plenty of banter and giggles from Cooper and his co-host.

Soon after Cooper's comments, however, Griffin told The Cut that her friendship with Cooper was over, as she was "hurt deeply" by him declaring they were still friends without checking in with her first. Additionally, Cohen shared the news of his position during the New Years Eve broadcast on social media. He most recently hosted New Year's Eve Game Night With Andy Cohen for NBC this past year, which averaged a 1.0 rating in the adults 18-49 demo.

Cohen and Cooper have appeared on one another's shows constantly over the years.

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