Anderson Cooper to Airline Passenger: "B*tch, What the F--- Are You Doing?"

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Anderson Cooper to Airline Passenger: "B*tch, What the F--- Are You Doing?"

By Dustin Rowles | Videos | June 22, 2012 | Comments ()


This is why Anderson Cooper is so great: Not only does he tell a woman who encouraged her 15-year-old daughter to get a boob job that she's a "dreadful" person before dismissing her from his show, he can also throw down with obnoxious airline passengers.

Last night on Kathy Griffin's show on Bravo, he related an account of a recent run-in he ad on an airplane. Apparently, Cooper -- who was sitting next to Olympic figure skater, Johnny Weir -- was trying to sleep when the man in front of him turned around and held up his iPhone to take a picture.

"So, normally," Anderson Cooper says. "I would be like, well, I'm not going to win this one. But lately I've become emboldened, and I grabbed the guy on the shoulder. And I said something to the effect of, 'Bitch, what the fuck are you doing?'"

Of course, being the classy guy he is, he immediately regretted it. But we know what's in the heart of Anderson Cooper, and it's what we love about him.

Unfortunately, the video is not embeddable (damn you, Bravo!), but it's worth the watch.


(via LAT)

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Comments Are Welcome, Bigots and Trolls Are Not

  • Alpha Kennivunn

    Eh, I personally would have enjoyed seeing him tear her a new one.

  • I once sat in front of Nick Lachey on a flight to London. When he went to the bathroom I politely asked his minder if I could get a photo of Nick, for my daughter. The minder said yes, when we land, but please don't bother Nick during the flight. So I didn't, and we got the pic when we landed. That's how its done people, just be polite.
    Why did I ask for the photo? Because our local paper was offering a $100 restaurant voucher for the best reader celebrity sighting (photographic proof required). Thank you Nick, the free dinner was great.

  • e jerry powell

    Well played, sir!

  • Jen

    I have always and will always love Anderson. He's intelligent, funny, he's got major balls for reporting in some of the most dangerous places in the world and has been injured many times because of it, and don't tell me he has security and reports from hotel rooms, he is out there. Plus his open love for trash tv only makes him more awesome

  • Don Guante

    Cooper's a creep. Whether or not he planned in advance throwing the woman off his show, he certainly had planned to become "indignant." He delights in ripping folks like Snooki for chasing celebrity, yet he pulls every possible trick to promote himself. Plus he's whiny.

  • logan

    He seems ok but he has the goofiest laugh I've ever heard. He seems intelligent until he laughs then you wonder if maybe the white hair fools you.

  • Slash

    I have loved Anderson Cooper since he did that ABC overnight news show (anybody else remember that? probably not). I don't watch his talk show, nor do I watch whatever cable newsfotainment channel he's on now, but I'm still glad he's on TV. He's just delightful. Even though he has an alarming appetite for trash. Nobody's perfect, I guess.

  • Jezzer

    The second link isn't to the Bravo video, but to the same Warming Glow story as the first link.

  • TheOriginalMRod

    Why were Anderson Cooper and Johnny Weir sitting next to each other? Not that they wouldn't make a cute couple...

  • chanohack

    EXACTLY what I was thinking.

  • Anderson is a top? Who would have guessed.

  • Strand

    Under-blanket plane handjobs are the best handjobs.

  • ,

    I still wonder why Cooper would have a guest on his show that he must have known was likely to spur that kind of reaction. His contempt seems kind of staged when that happens. That's the kind of thing I expect from Jerry Springer, and why I never watch Jerry Springer and his ilk.

    Come to think of it, I never watch Anderson Cooper either.

    Or much TV in general.

    But if Cooper can set up an easy target for faux outrage, so can I.

  • F'mal DeHyde

    Not so much faux as premeditated outrage.

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