Andy Cohen shares the reason for his fan-favorite friendship with John Mayer.
during the performance Bruce Bozzi and a table for two On Wednesday, the talk show host revealed how her relationship with the “Wild Blue” singer differs from other close pals.
“John Mayer is a very sensitive person to his emotions,” Cohen, 54, told the host.
He continued, “He’s the one who says, ‘I love you, I cherish you, and I cherish our friendship.’
Elsewhere in the interview, Cohen talked about being a father, his friendship with Anderson Cooper, and his dating life.
In February, the 45-year-old guitarist honored Cohen with a sweet speech at the Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony.
“Andy is truly a friend of the world. , he said “Hello” like a friend.What’s up Andy? “Hey, Andy!” “I like what you said about De Blasio!” my Friend, dear friend. “Sometimes in life you need a friend you can count on,” he said in part.
“He’s Madonna’s Stan When dead head. He’s an A-lister, parties like a B-lister, and has the free spirit of a C-lister,” Mayer added. He is a wonderful human being, a pleasant companion, a loving son and brother, and these days a proud, devoted and devoted father. ”
That same day, Cohen celebrated his son Benjamin’s third birthday. To mark the occasion, the singer-songwriter posed for a photo with her birthday boy, Cohen also fathering her eight-month-old daughter Lucy and her Eve.
In December 2020, Cohen shared an adorable photo of Mayer playing guitar for Benjamin at his Los Angeles home.
“Twinkle twinkle > Bertha,” Cohen wrote, referring to two of Mayer’s favorite bands playing together at the time. was playing a light purple guitar.
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Cohen and Mayer have been friends for many years and bonded in 2015 over their shared love for the Grateful Dead. (Mayer currently plays in the band’s latest incarnation, Dead and Company).
“Some see John Mayer and I as an unlikely friendship. It’s been done,” Cohen wrote. entertainment weekly At the time. “There’s only one thing that binds us together, and that’s our love for the Grateful Dead. When the band played his five shows this summer, the last time ever, we were in California.” I used a gig in Santa Clara, State as an excuse to go on a road trip.”