Andy Cohen made a major on-air gaffe — and it didn’t require any alcohol this time.
The “Watch What Happens Live” host accidentally dropped the F-bomb during the “Jackhole of the Day” segment on his late-night Bravo show Tuesday.
“For the last two weeks, people have been sending me videos of their loved ones being told I’m dead,” Cohen, 54, began, referencing the social media trend widely known as the “celebrity death prank.”
The trend sees TikTok users secretly filming a parent or other family members while telling them that their favorite celebrity has died.
“I have no desire to experience people’s reactions to me dying,” Cohen continued.
The producer admitted he was “scared enough of dying in reality” that he did not want to “watch bizarre simulations of it over and over again.”
“So let me be clear: Don’t make, distribute or tag me in any f–king,” he continued before gasping and covering his mouth with his hands.
After he caught himself saying the curse word, Cohen swiftly regained his composure.
“Why is this even a thing? It’s not even funny,” he concluded of the trend.
Fans were quick to discuss the awkward on-air moment on Twitter.
“My daughter did that prank to me on Christmas & Andy I was fairly devastated with the news…sorry that it’s on Tik Tok,” one fan wrote.
“I don’t give this man grace except for this right here. That tiktok death trend was stupid,” another agreed.
Cohen himself even got in on the action, tweeting that it was the “first time in 13 1/2 years” that he cussed on his show.
The slip-up comes a few days after Cohen co-hosted “New Year’s Eve Live” on CNN with his friend Anderson Cooper — sans alcohol this year.
The network banned its talent from consuming booze throughout the night after Cohen went on a now-infamous rant in 2021 in which he called out former New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and called Ryan Seacrest’s ABC performers “a bunch of losers.”
Cohen and Cooper, 55, still consumed mystery “shots” live on air this time around; however, they contained pickle juice, apple cider vinegar and buttermilk.