While you might feel like you're in the Clubhouse every night with Andy Cohen as you tune in to Watch What Happens Live, only a select few get to actually step inside the studio which is purposefully small with only 25 seats on set. Andy Cohen kept the audience minimal because he wanted it to feel like "an extension of his own Manhattan living room."
Unlike many talk shows, tickets to sit in the “WWHL” studio audience cannot be requested, making the Clubhouse one of NYC's most exclusive bars.
So how do you get ahold of "the hardest ticket to get in New York City"? Story Associate Producer Danny Visconti offers this glimmer of hope: "If you're a charitable person, which I hope you are, they're often at charity auctions so that's how most people get in. Otherwise, befriend Andy or members of the staff." One of these seems more likely than the other!
Tickets must be booked 3+ months in advance. Winner and guest must be over the age of 21 to attend.
Tickets expire October 24, 2020.
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