Anderson Cooper Starts Talking About Penises Live During New Years Eve Party on CNN


Anderson Cooper once again proved why he shouldn't be on live TV.

First of all, he's a moron and has completely bought into the CNN cult, accepting everything they tell him as truth.

And secondly, he demonstrates how much of a moron he is. Especially during New Years Eve parties on CNN when he gets drunk.

This year, he started talking to his gay buddy Andy Cohen about big c**ks during CNN's coverage of the celebration.

Anderson said at one point, "She turns to me out of the blue and goes, 'He's not going to ask me who has the biggest c*ck in Hollywood, is he?'"

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He did the same thing last year getting too drunk and saying things that he shouldn't have been saying, like telling the world that his mom hooked up with Marlon Brando.

According to Brobible,

After the 11 pm shot, Cooper joked that he was worried that Cohen might try to kiss him when the ball drops. Cohen immediately refuted the idea by saying, “Actually I’m not planning on that, to tell you the truth.”

Apparently, when the liquor is flowing Anderson Cooper likes to spill the tea on what celebrities his mom hooked up with. Cooper’s mom is socialite and heiress Gloria Laura Vanderbilt. While talking to actress Faye Dunaway, Cooper let the world know that his mom hooked with actor Marlon Brando.

“She and Carol Matthau both watched the movie and both made a deal they were going to ‘meet up.’ Carol got it first and then set it up for my mom. It was a ‘one night date,'” Cooper said of his mother who turns 95-years-old next month.

If Anderson Cooper can't control himself, then he definitely doesn't need to be drinking in public, and he for sure doesn't need to be airing his dead mother's dirty laundry out for everyone to see.

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