Andy Cohen Asks Shaquille O’Neal How ‘Big’ He Is Live On CNN


CNN hosts Anderson Cooper and Andy Cohen downed several shots of Tequilla during the network’s New Year’s Eve coverage in Times Square before asking NBA superstar Shaquille O’Neal how big his genitals are during a live interview.

Cooper asked the four-time NBA champion if he remembered going on Cohen’s show, Watch What Happens Live, and being asked about the size of his member. At the time, O’Neal answered by taking off his size 23 shoe and placing it on his massive thigh.

“Repeat the question. It’s 2019. Go ahead. Ask me right now. What did you ask me, Andy?” O’Neal prompted him.

“I said that you have — what size shoe do you wear, Shaq? It’s like size 22, right?” Cohen answered. “So, I said, you wear size 22 shoes. ‘How big are you?’ was my question that I asked on the show.”

During the 2014 interview, Cooper referenced, Cohen had specifically asked O’Neal, “How big is your d-ck?”

“Oh, wow, wow,” reporter Stephanie Elam, who was with O’Neal at the party, responded.

Shaq chuckled and said, “Andy, I don’t think you should ask me that question on national [television] … I do not believe you just asked me that question.”

“So, who wants to know the answer to that question? That’s the other part I want to know,” Elam said.

Cohen quickly pivoted the conversation by asking the NBA star what his favorite song of last year was.

At another point in the broadcast, Cohen and Cooper retold a story about when Cohen interviewed Cooper’s mother, Gloria Vanderbilt, who died in June.

According to Cooper, he warned his mother that some of Cohen’s questions may not be easy to answer.

Cooper said that his mother to him “out of the blue and goes, ‘He’s not going to ask me who has the biggest cock in Hollywood, is he?’ … I was like, ‘Who are you?! What?’ I was like, ‘How does that enter your 93-year-old mind? That’s the first thing you think he’s going to ask about? … Meanwhile, I was like, ‘Mom, your information is from like 1941.”

Cohen later explained that Cooper’s mother answered the question off-air, telling him it was a “Jewish gentleman.”

Several Tequilla shots later, Cohen mistakenly called rapper 50 Cent, Shaq before quickly correcting himself.


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