The reason Anderson Cooper was not happy with 'SNL's' latest impression of him


Last Saturday's episode of "Saturday Night Live" just didn't sit well with CNN legend, Anderson Cooper.

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Cooper appeared on his friend Andy Cohen's Bravo show "Watch What Happens Live" this past Thursday, and revealed how he really felt about SNL newcomer Jon Rudnitsky's impersonation of him.

The CNN anchor says he doesn't mind being spoofed at all, in fact he loved Seth Meyers's impression of him. But, Rudnitsky's recent spoof felt a little "queened up," as Cohen puts it.

%shareLinks-quote="You know, I'm not easily offended. I didn't think it was very good. Seth Meyers did a spoof of me years ago that was really funny and I'm all for being spoofed. I did think it was a little oddly...it was like the only thing he knew about me was that I was gay so that's sort of what he went with." type="quote" author="Anderson Cooper" authordesc="Bravo's WWHL" isquoteoftheday="false"%

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