Bravo closed out the sixth season of “Million Dollar Listing LA on Oct. 23. Later on Wednesday night, realtors and stars of the series, Josh Altman, Josh Flagg and Madison Hildebrand, hit the Bravo Clubhouse to talk to Andy Cohen on “Watch What Happens Live.” The interview gave fans of “Million Dollar Listing LA” an insider’s peek into one of the most contemptuous seasons to date.
This season, a war erupted between Josh Flagg and Josh Altman. Andy Cohen showed a photo of their two mothers and they looked quite chummy. Josh Altman revealed that the two met on Facebook and later met in person, despite the ongoing war between their two sons. “They’re best friends,” Flagg told Cohen. He also said on “WWHL” that he’s friends with Sonja Morgan from “The Real Housewives of New York City.” “She loves homosexuals.”
After a bit of banter, Andy Cohen sank his teeth into the huge feud that erupted this season between the two Joshes. “It was the slap heard around the world,” Cohen joked. When asked why he did it, Flagg replied, “Don’t talk about my grandmother.” Altman retorted, “I actually said something nice about her.” He went on to admit that he should have never brought up Flagg’s grandmother at all. Concerning accusations that he stole Flagg’s client, Altman stated, “My job is to sell houses. If somebody calls me, I’m going to meet with them. I’m going to get the listings and sell the houses. It doesn’t even matter what happened with Flagg.” He went on to add that this was a difficult season of high and lows. Too see Andy Cohen get the scoop on the slap, head to Bravotv.com.
Despite their difficulties, Josh Altman answered “Flagg” when Andy asked him who he would choose as his best man – Madison or Josh. “We have our differences, but he always treats my fiancé with a ton of respect,” he stated.
During the season finale, Josh Altman got down on one knee and proposed to Heather Bilyeu, who was once employed by Madison. Altman revealed that he and Heather just had their engagement party and are planning a wedding that will happen sometime mid-year 2014. Madison said that he never expected the relationship to last, but he’s happy for them. He revealed that he is dating, but there’s no one special in his life at this time.
“Million Dollar Listing LA” and “Million Dollar Listing New York” have been so successful that the network is expanding the franchise. According to a press release on Media Village that was posted on Oct. 23, Bravo is moving ahead with “Million Dollar Listing Miami.” The new series will be produced for Bravo by World of Wonder Productions with Fenton Bailey, Randy Barbato, Tom Campbell and Eric Detwiler serving as Executive Producers. Below is an excerpt from Bravo about “Million Dollar Listing Miami”…
This new series showcases the sexy city of Miami where top luxury real estate agents battle it out in the world of high-end real estate. With a surging market in South Florida, properties are selling for record rates and agents are cashing in on massive commissions like never before.
On “Million Dollar Listing Miami,” the mansions are bigger, the high-rises are taller, the amenities are more lux and the locals have access to amazing views, beaches and a lifestyle unlike anywhere else in the world. Business can get heated as the brokers attempt to make a name for themselves and outshine their competition by landing the next big listing in America’s hottest city.
"Watch What Happens: Live" is Bravo's late-night, interactive talk show that features guests from the world of entertainment, politics, and pop culture. Hosted by Andy Cohen, the series, now in its eight season, includes lively debates on everything from fashion, the latest on everyone's favorite Bravolebrities, and stars making headlines that week.
Past guests who have joined Cohen in the Bravo Clubhouse include Sarah Jessica Parker, Tina Fey, Iman, Liam Neeson, Kelly Ripa, Jimmy Fallon, Anderson Cooper, Molly Shannon, Matthew Broderick, Lance Bass, and hundreds of others.
“Watch What Happens Live” with Andy Cohen airs at 11 p.m. EST Sunday through Thursday nights on Bravo. Below is a list of Andy Cohen’s upcoming guests.
- Thursday, Oct. 24: Johnny Knoxville and Rosie Perez
- Sunday, Oct. 27: Al Sharpton
- Monday, Oct. 28: Marysol Patton and Nancy Grace
- Tuesday, Oct. 29: Jenny McCarthy and Donnie Walhberg
- Wednesday, Oct. 30: Christina Hendricks and Dylan McDermott
- Thursday, Oct. 31: Neil Patrick Harris
- Sunday, Nov. 3: Kandi Burruss and Kenya Moore
- Monday, Nov. 4: Lisa Vanderpump and Whitney Cummings
- Tuesday, Nov. 5: Reza Farahan and Zachary Levi
- Wednesday, Nov. 6: Giada de Laurentis and Katey Sagal
- Thursday, Nov. 7: The Wanted
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