From TV to radio. “Watch What Happens Live” host Andy Cohen has a new two-hour show on SiriusXM. The Bravo big and author is the host of “Radio Andy” on channel 102, on Mondays, from 10 a.m. to noon. Expect filter-free chitchat with stars, call-ins and regular segments on Cohen’s current obsessions. “SiriusXM has given me the ultimate in uncensored creative freedom,” says Cohen. “As an aside, I’m thrilled to be next to my hero Howard Stern on the SiriusXM dial.” Insiders say Cohen is trying to get Stern on his show so kissing up is a good start.
The Kardashian/Jenner empire is, um, spreading. The selfie-loving sisters are offering up new apps so they can connect even more directly with fans, if possible. Content, you want content? Look out for personal diaries, video tutorials and workout tips, geared either to Kim, Khloe, Kendall and Kylie, who is apparently the most popular these days, according to iTunes. Kourtney’s will be up and running soon enough.
Rick Ross loves the good life. Stands to reason some of his favorite grooming products are by Miami-based RICH (anyone ever seen that “Rich Forever” tattoo?). He told GQ that once he saw the name he had to try the unisex collection of hair gels and oils. “I gotta keep my beard intact,” Ross said. “I just want something light, but also moisturized.” https://us.richhaircare.com
Carol’s Daughter is all about female power. In its latest new campaign, the beauty brand is encouraging women celebrate their heritage. Fans of the company can post a picture of themselves with the hashtag #bornandmade. Proud participants already include actresses Sanaa Lathan, and Garcelle Beauvais and British singer Estelle Darlings.