Welcome to the club(house)! Andy Cohen's Watch What Happens Live lair isn't your average late-night set. For one thing, it has a built-in bar — complete with a custom "shotski" — where guest bartenders whip up cocktails for clubhouse visitors.
For another, it's filled with one-of-a-kind trinkets and memorabilia — including "15 or more" novelty items bearing Cohen's likeness. (Fancy a bejeweled high-heeled mule with his face on the side?)
"The concept for the show is that I'm inviting you into my den, basically," the Bravo mainstay, 47, says in the exclusive clip above, noting that the set is modeled after a room in his real-life apartment. "I would describe the decor as poppy, kitschy, eclectic, cluttered, homey, and personal. It's full of my crap."
This isn't just any crap, though. Almost every single seemingly random bauble has a story or some significance behind it. Take, for example, the aforementioned shotski, a gift from Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon and his wife, Nancy Juvonen.
"Every Wednesday night since, we have done a shotski," Cohen says. "A lot of famous people have taken a shot off of this." (He's not kidding. Martha Stewart, Sarah Michelle Gellar, and Lady Gaga are just a few of the willing participants — not to mention Fallon himself, of course.)
Other unlikely treasures include a pickled shark from Million Dollar Listing: L.A. star Josh Altman, a straw used by Austin Mahone, and a Justin Bieber doll in a DVF wrap dress.
Watch the video above to see the full tour of the Watch What Happens Live set, and to find out which trinket is Cohen's favorite, which celeb peed in a trash can in the dressing room, and more!
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