Jews Making News: Andy Cohen Plays God in Gaga Video

Jews Making News: Andy Cohen Plays God in Gaga Video

Andy Cohen Plays God in Gaga Video


Bravo network’s Andy Cohen scored a heavenly appearance in Lady Gaga’s new video/ short film, “G.U.Y.”  Fans can spot Cohen in the clouds as a shining deity above “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” cast members playing instruments to the song.

Cohen is the executive VP of development and talent at Bravo, as well as the host of the network’s late-show, “Watch What Happens: Live.”

Last month, Cohen went on the road to host “WWHL” from the SXSW festival in Austin, Texas. While there, he also was tapped to moderate a panel discussing “Super Fandom in the Digital Age.”

A graduate of Boston University with a B.A. in broadcast journalism, Cohen originally interned at CBS News before being hired. He then spent 10 years working and producing for such shows as “48 Hours,” “CBS This Morning,” and “The Early Show.”

In 2013, Cohen was named one of Fast Company’s 100 “Most Creative People in Business.”


Haim Debuts at Coachella


Musical up-and-comers Haim, (sisters Este, Danielle, and Alana Haim) recently made their milestone Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival debut, a show which was well-lauded by fans and critics alike.

Tens of thousands flocked to the weekend of shows featuring Haim, whose first studio album has risen to the number six spot on the Billboard charts.

The sisters first began performing in the family cover band called Rockinhaim. During their recent show at legendary San Fransisco venue, The Filmore, Rockinhaim was reunited when the girls brought their parents onstage in front of a sold-out crowd.

Parents, Mordechai and Donna Haim, raised the sisters in San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles. The eldest, Este, is 28 while the youngest sibling, Alana, is 22. Previously, Danielle and Este performed as the group Valli Girls and were featured on soundtrack for the 2005 film, “The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants.”

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