Jennifer Lawrence, Watch What Happens Live, Andy Cohen


Jennifer Lawrence can do anything. Carry multiple action franchises? Check. Charm the pants off everyone by tripping? Check. Win an Oscar? Check. Get Andy Cohen to spill the tea on Real Housewives stars? Check.

Lawrence, who stars opposite Chris Pratt in Passengers, stopped by Watch What Happens Live and turned the tables on Cohen to get the scoop on everyone's favorite reality TV franchise.

Cohen was put "In the Blind Spot"—complete with Ramona Singer glasses—and was forced to answer all of Lawrence's questions, but not required to reveal who he was talking about. First up: "What is the biggest lie you've ever told a Housewife?"

"Oh my god, oh my god," Cohen said. "'I had nothing to do with it.'"

Next up: "What is the meanest thing a Housewife has ever said to you?"

Cohen slipped and forgot the rules of his game and revealed it was Kenya Moore at The Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion. "Kenya said something to me about sucking d—k at the last reunion that was kind of mean in retrospect, but I'm sure there are other things…Brandi [Glanvile] told me to f—k off, f—k you at a reunion once. I had said something shady," Cohen said.

On the subject of temper tantrums by husbands of Real Housewives, Cohen revealed he's had husbands threaten to write exposés about him, threaten to "beat the s—t out of me and really physically screamed at me and threatened me and I'm still waiting for an apology on that one."

The blinders came off for some in-depth probing on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Brandi and her departure from the show.  

"The season before she left was a tough season for her and she ended that season kind of on an island and then she came back…it seemed like she didn't really redeem herself even in that second time back, so I don't think it was actually that big of a surprise because the women were like, ‘We can't do this anymore,'" Cohen told Lawrence. "And I think she even was even in a weird way over it. She handled it pretty well, I have to say."

"Some people just can't redeem themselves," Lawrence lamented. Watch the video above for more scoop.

Watch What Happens Live airs Sunday-Thursday, 11 p.m. on Bravo.

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