Andy Cohen likes to browse.
“I’m on a lot of dating sites,” the Bravo maven told Page Six exclusively Monday at the 2022 NBCUniversal upfront.
But Cohen, 53, explained that he is just swiping and not taking the apps too seriously.
“I really use them more as video games,” he shared. “I use them more as I’m home killing time. Like, ‘This is fun to look at.’ It’s more fun than playing Scrabble online, let me say that.”
Cohen has been spending more time at home lately since the arrival of his daughter, Lucy, who joins big brother Ben.
“The baby’s great,” he enthused. “So cute. She looks just like Ben, which is exciting. I’m not getting a ton of sleep, as you can probably see. I have help, of course, but that doesn’t mean anything. My son wakes me up earlier and earlier every day, so it’s chaotic.”
As for Cohen’s day job overseeing the burgeoning “Real Housewives” empire, he confessed that it is a balancing act between finding charismatic characters who are not going to end up in jail or be axed due to controversial social media posts.
“That’s the challenge of producing the show in 2022,” he told us. “Listen, every woman on those shows is cast because they’re outspoken and dramatic and they’re fun to watch and you see what happens. That’s the ride we’re all on.”
The “Watch What Happens Live” host previously admitted to Page Six that the vetting process for finding new “Housewives” was, like everything, “a work in progress.”
Other Bravolebrities at Monday’s swanky event, which took place at the Mandarin Oriental hotel in New York City, included “Housewives” Kyle Richards, Garcelle Beauvais and Teresa Giudice and “Below Deck” star Captain Glenn Shephard.