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Despite an explosive reunion for “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” — and ongoing drama within the New York “Housewives” franchise — Bravo host Andy Cohen threw a party.
Cohen co-hosted a bash with his best friend, restaurateur Bruce Bozzi, to celebrate Bozzi’s new spirit, Mujen, which he co-founded with Sondra Baker. The shindig was at Daikanyama at Bloomingdale’s in Midtown on Thursday, and celeb pals such as Kelly Ripa and Mark Conseulos were also on the scene.
Cohen, who just released his fourth book, “Glitter Every Day,” was in a great mood — and told Page Six he’s already thinking about his fifth.
He mingled and grooved to disco tunes spun by Lady Bunny. (The drag queen icon told us she was happy to be back out playing parties again — and jetting off to gigs, even though she’s afraid of flying.)
Guests noshed on Japanese bites and sipped Mujen cocktails. Also at the event were American Ballet Theatre soloist Gabe Stone Shayer, Dominic Fumusa and chef Josh Capon, as well as the department store’s VP of Integrated Marketing Kevin Harter and Home Fashion Director Kelley Carter.
Cohen and Bozzi’s night didn’t end at Bloomies. They were later spotted at the reopened Temple Bar downtown, where famed club fixture Disco helms the door. Owner David Rabin told us they plan on carrying Bozzi’s booze.
Trevor Noah, a regular at the renewed downtown hot spot, was across the room hanging with friends in a dark corner. At one point, he got up and danced to DJ Flavien.
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