Andy Cohen will bring the kids from Real housewives for See what happens live. The host of the TV show took to Facebook on Tuesday to announce that a WWHL A special will be coming soon with some of the Bravo children.
“We are gearing up for a special #WWHL Bravo Kids episode with Brielle Biermann, Riley Burruss, Frankie Catania, Briana Culberson, Gia Giudice, Shane Keough, Victoria de Lesseps, Albie and Chris Manzo, Brooks Marks, Noelle Robinson, Avery! Singer and Kairo Whitfield! Post all your questions for them, NOW! “The post read.
Cohen encouraged fans and viewers to submit their questions for the kids ahead of the nightly special.
The episode will unite the offspring of Real housewives from Atlanta, NJ, New York City, Orange County, Salt Lake City, and more franchised cities.
While some of these children have met before and are even friends, this is likely to be the first time they are all together, virtually or otherwise.
Biermann has been one of the biggest “Bravo Kids” on the net. Biermann has followed his mother, Kim Zolciak-Biermann, in The Real Housewives of Atlanta and Do not be late, capturing viewers’ attention with her mother-daughter moments and her presence on social media.
The 24-year-old recently confessed to ET that she is considering leaving social media. “If it wasn’t really a big part of my career, I don’t think I would be on social media,” he said via video chat. Biermann makes a six-figure income from social media posts alone, making it nearly impossible to walk away from Instagram. But money doesn’t cancel out the hateful comments you get day after day.
“A lot of people say it comes with the territory,” he says. “‘You know what you signed up for … so it’s okay to be a jerk to you,’ like, I have feelings. I’m a person. I have emotions like you. Read all the comments you write about and read it like you was writing. How would you feel? “
Biermann’s main job is her social media, so she feels compelled to post, but admits that she doesn’t spend a lot of time on Instagram looking at other people’s photos or stories. She also helps run the businesses her mother started, including Kashmere Skincare, KAB Cosmetics, and her new endeavor, Salty K Swimwear. Biermann says seeing individual companies take off has only convinced her more that she made the right decision not to go to college.