His No. 1 fan! Andy Cohen’s son, Benjamin, stole the present at his Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony on Friday, February 4.
“Wow. They spelled it right!” the Watch Happens Live With Andy Cohen host, 53, stated as he unveiled his star in Los Angeles.
Cohen then posed for pictures with superstar friends John Mayer and B.J. Novak and Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ Garcelle Beauvais and Lisa Rinna. His focus, nevertheless, was damaged when he heard his son saying, “Daddy, don’t touch the star.”
The Real Housewives producer cracked a smile and replied, “Don’t touch it? You want me to touch it?”
Cohen, who welcomed Ben in February 2019 through surrogate, was then met by his infant, who couldn’t cease smiling and bouncing round whereas taking photos with the TV persona.
“Give it up for Ben,” he joked as his toddler ran again to the crowd.
The Missouri native identified throughout his acceptance speech on Friday that it was a special occasion in his household for multiple purpose. In addition to getting his star on the iconic L.A. sidewalk, it was Ben’s birthday.
“This is all my honor and my privilege, and thank you so much all of you and thanks for coming out to my friends and family,” Cohen stated throughout the ceremony. “And happy birthday, Ben! It’s your birthday!”
The Most Talkative creator added, “We’ve got cookies waiting for you, man,” referencing the goodies that Los Angeles City Council President Nury Martinez introduced for the birthday boy.
Cohen’s associates additionally took turns honoring the man of the hour, with Rinna, 58, saying, “Ladies and gentlemen, our mazel of the day goes to you, Andy Cohen, to all that you have accomplished and to all amazing things that you will accomplish in the future.”
Beauvais, 55, chimed in, “And we’re not just saying that because you’re our boss.”
Mayer, for his half, referred to as Cohen “utterly original,” revealing, “His inner compass is unshakable, he’s a rule breaker, he’s an icon and an iconoclast, a Madonna stan and a Dead Head.”
The “Gravity” crooner, 44, joked, “He’s an A-lister who parties like a B-lister with the free spirit of a C-lister. He moves through all levels and truly appreciates each and every person he comes in contact with.”
Mayer concluded: “He belongs just a little to every culture and can connect to anyone from any walk of life, and he has something that every politician would give everything they would have for: the public’s trust.”
Scroll all the way down to see the cutest father-son moments of Cohen and Ben at the ceremony: