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Andy Cohen on ‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’: ‘It won’t get cancelled’

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Andy Cohen is the man who knows everything about the “Real Housewives” franchise. He has been hosting all of the reunion shows, he plays a role in the casting process and one can imagine he knows when it is time to give a show a make-over and when it is time to cancel the show completely. There have been rumors that the show is being cancelled because of the dropping ratings, but he is now sharing his thoughts. According to a new Wetpaint Entertainment report published on Dec. 5, Andy Cohen is now revealing that no one at the Bravo headquarters is talking about canceling “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.”

Joyce Giraud, who is new to the show, was recently asked by “Steppin’ Out” if there were any Housewives whom she wouldn't hang out with anymore if the show were to get canceled. "Some of the girls that I thought I would like, like Brandi [Glanville], I don’t like at all," Joyce says. "If the show was canceled, people like Brandi 100% [I wouldn't hang with]." And the word “cancelled” started quite the talk.

"So sad that the concept of canceling #RHOBH is even being discussed. Used to be a great show,” one person wrote on Twitter. But Andy wanted to set the record straight. "There is exactly no one discussing this concept!" Andy revealed. The shows continue to do well, even though the ratings are dropping in some areas.

What do you think of the show continuing?