Andy Cohen will host the 60th annual Clio Awards at the Manhattan Center in New York on September 25, Page Six has confirmed.
The international awards competition honors the works and talents of professionals in creative businesses, including those in advertising, sports, fashion and music.
“I’m excited to be back on stage to host such a big year for Clio and help them celebrate the creative community that keeps things interesting for consumers year after year,” Cohen, 51, said in a statement.
The “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen” host first attended the ceremony five years ago when he “presented an honorary award to my good friend Sarah Jessica Parker.”
Clio President Nicole Purcell said show organizers “have a ton of surprises up our sleeves and, after watching [Cohen] host so many ‘Housewives’ reunions, we knew Andy could pull off anything we threw his way.”
Winners for the Clio Awards will be announced online on September 4.
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