EXCLUSIVE: 'Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen' Launches Tea-Spilling 'Plead the Fifth' App

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It’s time for you to Plead the Fifth!

The breakout segment from Watch What Happens Live is now an app you can play with friends -- and ET has your exclusive first look at the game!

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The set-up is basically the same as the Bravo staple that’s seen everyone from Oprah Winfrey to Mariah Carey spill some tea: a probing question pops up, and you can either choose to answer it or plead the fifth! If you answer the question, you get a point in the form of a cocktail icon. If you plead the fifth, you lose all your points -- and whoever “asked” the question gets the point. The first person to three cocktail icons wins. Three or more people can play the game at a time.

Along with the new app, Watch What Happens Live is getting some upgrades: The clubhouse is getting a makeover, and the show is getting a name change. It’s now Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen.

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“[It’s] very exciting,” Cohen previously told ET. “You know, it's like moving from a Tic Tac to a studio apartment, kind of. It's still going to be the clubhouse and really, you know, authentically stupid. But it will also be a little bigger and we can double the size of our audience, which means 50 people!”

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’s winter finale airs Monday night with a one-on-one episode featuring Jennifer Lawrence. The show returns with its new name and in its new digs on Jan 3. at 11 p.m. ET on Bravo. Watch the video below to learn more about the exciting changes