Lance Bass, Andy Cohen

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It's a classic he said-he said.

Andy Cohen revealed to Sonja Morgan and viewers on Watch What Happens Live that the most famous person he has had sex with was former boy band member Lance Bass. But according to Michael Turchin's husband, that isn't true!

Bass addressed Cohen's recent revelation on his SiriusXM radio show Dirty Pop Thursday and said that he and the Bravo star never had intercourse.

"First of all, I'm not going to tell you what I do in the bedroom," Bass prefaced. "Sex is a broad term…like 'Andy banged Lance' — when did he ever say that? This is an old story. Three years ago we told everyone we hooked up…Now it's getting into who did who? I can just tell you right now, there was no Andy D going in my B."

Although Bass made a very candid admission, he stopped there. "I'm not going to tell you what went down…but it's not what people are thinking," he said.

He also said now they've become too close to ever do anything like that.

"We're too great of friends to ever," he concluded. "We didn't know each other that well [back then]. It was like, ‘Ah, I wonder if I could date this guy?' It was that kind of thing."

In addition to naming Bass as his most famous hookup, Cohen also revealed the weirdest place he's ever done the deed! He confessed that he got down and dirty "under the stands at Hollywood High School." But Morgan pushed the interview further, asking him about the timing of his last sexual fling.

"When's the last time you had sex because I'm very worried about you Andy and your mattress action," Morgan continued. "I just think you're not getting enough."

Apparently that is one thing that Morgan does not have to be concerned about. "Don't be worried about me," Cohen said. "The last time I had sex was Sunday morning. Today's Tuesday."

Even though he named Bass as his most famous celeb hookup was Bass, he previously told E! News that he has gone on a date with now-best friend Anderson Cooper a long time ago.

"We were set up on a date," he said. "Not many people know this, but the way Anderson and I met about 20 years ago is we were set up on a blind date. It didn't take. It just didn't work. We're meant to be best friends...We're meant to be good friends and not boyfriends."

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