Anderson Cooper Tells Bestie Andy Cohen He Did NOT Appreciate The ‘Queened Up’ Impression Of Him On That SNL Debate Sketch!

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Anderson Cooper may be able to laugh at himself, sometimes for like five minutes straight, but this was just not amusing.

Last week Saturday Night Live newbie Jon Rudnitsky impersonated him in a sketch parodying the Democratic Debate, and he played it so flamboyant the 360 host took serious offense.

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On Thursday night’s Watch What Happens Live!, Anderson told bestie Andy Cohen all about his distaste for the “queened up” performance, saying:

“I’m not easily offended, but I didn’t think it was a very good├óΓé¼┬ª Seth Meyers did a spoof of me years ago that was really funny. I’m all for being spoofed. I thought it was a little, oddly, like, you know it was like the only thing he knew about me was that I’m gay, so he went with it.

Fellow guest Molly Ringwald tried to play devil’s advocate saying the portrayal was more stoic than over-the-top.

However, both of the gay men instantly disagreed with her, with Anderson saying:

I got a little Truman Capote vibe. I thought it was a little snide.”

We’re inclined to side with the ACs — there are other ways to poke fun at someone aside from playing up stereotypes about their sexuality.

Ch-ch-check out the SNL sketch in question and decide for yourself if the impression was offensive (below)!!!

[Image via Watch What Happens Live!/Bravo/Instagram.]

Oct 23, 2015 11:28am PDT

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