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Ever since Kenya Moore and Porsha Williams ended up on the floor during the Season 6 reunion of Real Housewives of Atlanta, Andy Cohen has had to lay down the law when it comes to regulations at the often-explosive post-season gatherings. In a recent interview with OK! Magazine, he talked about what will change going forward.

“I think that there’s going to be two things — no more props. And I really viewed Kenya [Moore]‘s props as farcical, and this is something Porsha and I talked about on Sunday, but I wasn’t in the line of fire of them. They weren’t being directed at me. There won’t be any more props. I think from here on out I’m going to have a more serious pre-show conversation with the women of the ground rules at this point relating to no one being allowed to get off the couch, basically," Andy explained.

When OK! asked Andy to elaborate on the pre-show convos, he shared, “They all know what to expect at this point and they know they’re going to be talking about everything. I go visit each woman before the show in their dressing room and just ask, ‘How are you doing? How are you feeling?’ If they have any concerns they talk to me about them and it’s usually they want to make sure there aren’t any surprises, like are you going to bring out X or Y person and I tell them. That’s basically it. They know what to expect at this point. I was really surprised that it went down that way in Atlanta. I really was.”

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Source: OK! Magazine