In the new tell-all Housewives book, former RHONY star Carole Radziwill threw plenty of shade on Andy Cohen and now he's throwing it back.
"She is right in that the show and the women completely changed my life. Without the Housewives I would not be where I am, as I've said to anyone who will listen. I've said it in all of my books," Andy said on his radio show.
He also shot down her claims that the show did not change her life.
"Maybe except Carole. Carole said her life did not change as a result of it. So if she says her life has not changed at all, then her life hasn't changed at all," he continued. "[But] I think if you would talk to 99 of 100 Housewives they would probably say, 'The show changed my life.' It certainly changed mine and I could not be more grateful to the show, but most importantly, to the women who changed my life."
Carole wrote that Cohen was "Just another man telling a woman she ought to be more grateful. Housewives changed Andy Cohen's life, not mine. And Bravo built a [$100 million] franchise on the backs of women. Let's not get it twisted."