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Andy Cohen shares cute video of his son dancing to Madonna: He's 'finding the groove on his own!'

Andy Cohen’s 15-month-old son Benjamin Allen has already inherited his dad’s love of pop music. 

‘We’ve been jamming to music since the day he was born, and it makes me sooo proud to see him finding the groove all on his own!’ the 51-year-old Watch What Happens Live host gushed to his 3.8M Instagram followers. 

The Emmy-winnning producer successfully captured the adorable footage of his little one dancing to Madonna’s 2005 hit Get Together around their sprawling West Village duplex on Wednesday.    








Mini-me: Andy Cohen shows off his 15-month-old son Benjamin Allen love of pop music in adorable Instagram video of him dancing to Madonna's 2005 hit Get Together on Wednesday

Mini-me: Andy Cohen shows off his 15-month-old son Benjamin Allen love of pop music in adorable Instagram video of him dancing to Madonna’s 2005 hit Get Together on Wednesday 

The multi-generational love for the Material Girl is no surprise, as her picture is featured among Cohen’s photo walls, not too far from his gold disco ball. 

In addition to jamming to the Queen of Pop, the ‘proud papa’ revealed his toddler, who was sporting a pair of knitted overalls, is also a Grateful Dead fan. 

The Bravo TV personality, who wore a mask covered in the rock band’s Steal Your Face logos, and his mini-me have been enthusiastically participating in New York’s daily cheer for essential workers.  

'We’ve been jamming to music since the day he was born, and it makes me sooo proud to see him finding the groove all on his own!' the 51-year-old Watch What Happens Live host gushed to his 3.8M Instagram followers

‘We’ve been jamming to music since the day he was born, and it makes me sooo proud to see him finding the groove all on his own!’ the 51-year-old Watch What Happens Live host gushed to his 3.8M Instagram followers








The 7PM ‘clap because we care’ moment of cheering and noisemaking has become somewhat of a ritual for New York to show its appreciation for frontline workers and first responders in this new age of an ongoing pandemic, and it has been adopted in other cities as well.

While some have taken to coming down near an actual hospital at the known time of change of shifts, many NYC residents have also taken to leaning out of their windows or simply opening them, as they clap, holler and clang pots and pans together in appreciation.

Cohen, who himself is a survivor of Covid-19 and was forced to quarantine away from his son for the duration of his illness in March. 

Honed musical taste: In addition to jamming to the Queen of Pop, the 'proud papa' revealed his toddler, who was sporting a pair of knitted overalls, is also a fan of the Grateful Dead

Honed musical taste: In addition to jamming to the Queen of Pop, the ‘proud papa’ revealed his toddler, who was sporting a pair of knitted overalls, is also a fan of the Grateful Dead

Applause lover: Last month, Andy revealed cheering is the highlight of Ben's day, who runs to the window at that time in joyful expectation of all the noise

Applause lover: Last month, Andy revealed cheering is the highlight of Ben’s day, who runs to the window at that time in joyful expectation of all the noise








Last month, Andy revealed the daily applause is the highlight of Ben’s day, who runs to the window at that time in joyful expectation of all the noise.

On Tuesday, the pair visited his longtime pal Sarah Jessica Parker and her 17-year-old son James Wilkie. 

Cohen has also been staying busy hosting his Bravo talk show and various Real Housewives reunions virtually.  

Close up: Cohen, who himself is a survivor of Covid-19, took to his Instagram Story during the cheering session in a Grateful Dead mask covered in the rock band's Steal Your Face logos

Close up: Cohen, who himself is a survivor of Covid-19, took to his Instagram Story during the cheering session in a Grateful Dead mask covered in the rock band’s Steal Your Face logos

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