EXCLUSIVE: Andy Cohen 'Very Nervous' His Friends Will Stop Talking to Him Because of Stories in New Book

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Andy Cohen might lose a few friends when his new book hits shelves this fall.

“Today, I started to get very nervous about the book,” Andy told ET on Sunday. “There may be some people who aren't speaking to me after I put it out.”

ET caught up with the Real Housewives executive producer at the 2016 MLB All-Star Legends and Celebrity Softball Game at Petco Park in San Diego, California, where he was pulling double duty -- playing in the game and broadcasting for SiriusXM.

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Andy has released two memoirs so far: 2012’s Most Talkative and 2014’s The Andy Cohen Diaries, and he confessed that his first two books rubbed a few of his famous friends the wrong way. His third installment, Superficial: More Tales from the Andy Cohen Diaries, is set for release on Nov. 15.

“I’ve wondered,” he admitted “There's been some silent vibes that I've wondered about.

The Bravo star said he’s “worried” more silent treatment will be coming his way this fall.

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“I kind of go there personally about dating and about feelings,” the Watch What Happens Live host previously told ET. “Very personal feelings and moments that I didn't go, that I didn't do in the last book.”

"People are going to be pissed, because I'm really revealing a lot," he added. "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."

For more on what kind of stories Andy will be dishing out in Superficial, check out the video below.