Andy Cohen And Nicole 'Snooki' Polizzi Put Their Past Feud To Bed

Andy Cohen is so much more than a television producer. He's a star in his own right and hosted multiple reality shows, including "Watch What Happens Live," as well as the "Real Housewives" reunions, sometimes even serving as a mediator between the women in the cast when brawls break out on stage. Cohen also hosts a radio show, "Radio Andy," on SiriusXM. Cohen welcomes celebrity guests daily, and it seems like no topic is off-limits. 

The outspoken star has welcomed plenty of folks from New Jersey on his show, including some of the "Real Housewives of New Jersey" and members of another popular franchise: "Jersey Shore." According to E! Online, "Jersey Shore" cast member Pauly D appeared on the series in 2019, where he talked about his friend and co-star, Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino, and how he was doing in prison. "He's doing really well. I went there to visit him, and I thought they were going to basically strip search me and stuff like that—wasn't the case," he dished, stating that Sorrentino seemed to be "happy" and "positive."

But one person from "Jersey Shore" got off on the wrong foot with Cohen, and that cast member happens to be Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi. However, she finally appeared on his radio show in January, and they finally discussed their troubled past.

Snooki and Andy Cohen have nothing but love

Andy Cohen and Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi are putting their squash on the back burner. Polizzi appeared on Cohen's radio show, "Radio Andy" to speak about their beef, which started when Cohen told a reporter, "'Nah, I'm good," when asked about the possibility of Polizzi joining the Bravo show "The Real Housewives of New Jersey." Cohen began the conversation, by saying, "Snooki and I have been in a public war that I was not psyched about because I don't want to be in a war with you, Snooki." 

"Neither do I. You were just a little sarcastic, so I had to come back," Polizzi said to the Bravo boss. Cohen then explained his reasoning for answering the question the way that he did. "I view you as, like, one of the faces of MTV and the face of "Jersey Shore." And so, to me, it's like putting Mickey Mouse in a Bugs Bunny cartoon. It's too different. You know what I mean?" the star asked. Polizzi said she wasn't mad, but she didn't like how he answered. Cohen agreed, stating that he took it "too far." But, no love was lost. "We're fine, I love you," Polizzi said, and Cohen concurred.

In 2022, Cohen also addressed the feud on an episode of "Watch What Happens Live," via "I am in a fake fight with Snooki that is not a real fight," he said, adding that he "loves Snooki."