EXCLUSIVE: Andy Cohen's Next Book Will Dish on His Dating Life and Might Turn Friends Into Enemies

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Andy Cohen, the unofficial King of Reality TV, is expanding his media empire and he dished to ET about his new book, Superficial: More Adventures From the Andy Cohen Diaries.

"People are going to be pissed, because I'm really revealing a lot," Cohen told ET. "I'm moving the goal post, and I just feel like if I'm going to do it again, it has to be bigger and better and dishier."

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Superficial, out Nov. 15, follows Cohen's previous two tell-alls, The Andy Cohen Diaries: A Deep Look at a Shallow Year and Most Talkative: Stories From the Front Lines. His friends might be offended by the bombshells revealed about them, but even Cohen himself isn't exempt.

"I kind of go there personally about dating and about very personal feelings and moments," said the Watch What Happens Live host, who admitted that he's "seeing somebody."

Earlier this month, Cohen announced that he is joining the ranks of Oprah Winfrey, Derek Jeter and Chelsea Handler by launching his own book imprint. Andy Cohen Books will be an imprint of Henry Holt and Co. and will draw on Cohen's talent for discovering personal narratives.

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With The Real Housewives franchise, WWHL and his new book imprint, Cohen is too busy to consider taking the vacant seat next to Kelly Ripa on Live! With Kelly, but he did dish on who might be good for the job.

"I think Anderson Cooper would be great," he said. "I saw D.L. Hughley the other day. I thought he was really great and really smart. The two of them had great chemistry. The thing about Kelly is that she makes everybody look good. She really does! So they need to have people back again and again and again, so that you can really see."