New Year's Eve: Andy Cohen has officially replaced Kathy Griffin

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Andy Cohen has been tapped to co-host CNN's New Year's Eve telecast alongside Anderson Cooper after Griffin was sacked by the news network earlier this year.

The Wrap is reporting the Bravo honcho will join the other AC for Anderson Cooper's New Year's Eve Live on December 31. Though Griffin has been an important member of the program in years past, she was sacked suddenly earlier this year. The comedian was criticized after a photo was published showing her holding a bloodied mask of President Trump. Additionally, Cohen shared the news of his position during the New Years Eve broadcast on social media. But we're getting closer and it seems that they finally signed somebody.

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Andy added, "I've been friends with Anderson for twenty-five years". Or at least the ones of us watching, anyway.

Due to their friendship, Cohen and Cooper have frequently appeared on each other's program. Griffin, who had co-hosted New Year's Eve with Cooper since 2007, was sacked from the gig in May after her controversial photo shoot in which she posed with a bloodied replica of President Donald Trump's head.

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Griffin hosted with Cooper since 2007 until CNN announced on May 31 that it would be ending its relationship with the comedian following a controversial photoshoot.

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