On Monday night, Andy Cohen returned to host his show Watch What Happens Live after testing positive for COVID-19. From the comforts of his home office (which mimics his set and features a disco ball,) Cohen revealed that he’s been feeling much better and thanked his fans for all their kind words. During the host’s “social distancing party from home,” he interviewed NeNe Leakes via webcam, where she revealed that she’s been persistent in making her bed every morning during quarantine and has also been taking makeup classes on YouTube. “[I] wanna look fabulous all the time, but [I] can’t get to my hair and makeup people,” the Real Housewives of Atlanta star explained.
Kim Kardashian made an appearance via webcam on Monday night’s episode of The Tonight Show: At Home Edition, where she dished on the intense fight between her and Kourtney in the upcoming season of Keeping Up With the Kardashians. Kim revealed that the fight that led to shutting down production for a week, was provoked by Kourtney’s built up resentment about not wanting to film their show anymore. “She’s not the type of person to make a decision, and say, ‘Okay, guys. I’m not gonna film.’ But she would come to work with an attitude everyday and take it out on everyone — from the crew to [the family],” she explained. Kim later revealed that she and Kourtney are doing okay now, and claimed that she only slapped her sister back after she noticed blood running down her shoulder after Kourtney scratched her.
Conan O’Brien launched his Conan: At Home quarantine series of his late night talkshow on Monday. The host assured viewers that upcoming episodes will “contain no information” and they “will probably be stupider” after watching his show.” “And if you don’t like it, remember, there’s always Netflix,” Conan quipped. Meanwhile, the host praised the silver lining of self-isolation, stating, “I’m learning just how much I depend on everyone around me. Wife, children, family, friends, staff, and my hats off to all of them.”