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Bravo may be the home of gay viewers' reality TV favorites like the Real Housewives series and Top Chef, to name a few, but executive Andy Cohen says the network seems "bi" to him. As he put it, "There's a lot of other things going on."
BlackBook asked Cohen, who serves as Bravo's senior vice president of production and programming and hosts its weekly show Watch What Happens Live, whether he would define the network as "gay."
"I always saying we're bi, but I think it's kind of how I view myself being gay -- it's just one of things that I am," he said. "So Bravo may or may not be gay, but I think there's a lot of other things going on. I think for the gay people on Bravo, it's one of the things that they are -- they're not on Bravo because they're gay. The people that are gay on Bravo, like Brad on Rachel Zoe or Jeff on Flipping Out, they're gay but they're also great at what they do and that's why they're on Bravo and that's important."
Read the complete interview here.