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Andy Cohen responds to a meme about how he can’t pose with his hands



Andy Cohen responds to a meme about how he can't pose with his hands

Andy Cohen. Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images

Andy Cohen is weighing in after a photo of him awkwardly raising his hand at the 2024 Met Gala went viral.

“I’m terrible at posing!” Cohen, 55, wrote in the comments section of one Instagram post shared by Bravo By Betches on Tuesday, May 7. “You could also do one with my leg sticking out! #Hopeless.”

Cohen was pictured standing on the carpet at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City during the event on Monday, May 6. “We MUST find something else for Andy Cohen to do with his hands,” read the text on the photo.

“Once you see it you can’t unsee it #MetGala,” the caption teased. The carousel’s second slide showed a collage of Cohen posing in a similarly awkward manner at various events.

Fans took to the comments section to share their thoughts. “I always call it your GI Joe hands in my head 🤣,” one user wrote.

“The hands are the hardest part – I feel for you Andy,” another added while a third user wrote: “We’ll ask Bravobetches for suggestions or find you an easy to remember thing to do with your hands ! “

The Met Gala isn’t the first time Cohen has been turned into a meme. When Cohen attended the Z100 Jingle Ball at Madison Square Garden in December 2023, he wore a green and orange plaid shirt and white sneakers — and the outfit choice sparked a lot of conversation.

“You must be Andy Cohen wearing concords at jingle ball if you think we’re f–king,” one user wrote via X, while another added that Cohen “can’t dress.”

While Cohen got some heat for his wardrobe, BJ Novak was inspired to buy a similar outfit.

“I got this shirt because I saw @bravoandy wearing it,” Novak, 44, wrote at the time alongside a photo of himself in a button-up shirt via his Instagram Story.

Cohen, who reposted the photo, told his followers, “To some, I’m a fashion influencer.”

Cohen attended the Met Gala with his bestie on Monday Sarah Jessica Parker. “One of the perks of my life is accompanying Cinderella to the ball,” he said Instagram next to a photo of the two holding hands outside the museum.

The pair have regularly accompanied each other to the Met Gala over the years, previously attending the event in 2011, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2018.