Andy Cohen’s threesome highlighted in new Howard Stern book
Richard Johnson

Andy Cohen’s threesome highlighted in new Howard Stern book

No one but Howard Stern could get Andy Cohen to talk well-nigh his threesome with a hetero couple, or get Chevy Chase to discuss his shindig with Bill Murray.

Now Stern has placid his greatest interviews in “Howard Stern Comes Again,” and unfluctuating them with essays that explain his incubation from drive-time shock jock to self-coronated King of All Media to most probing interviewer of his generation.

In the book, due May 14 from Simon & Schuster, Bravo’s openly gay Cohen told Stern: “One of the things that was on my turning-40 skillet list was, ‘How tomfool it would be to lose my virginity?’ In my mind, if I did it, I would want to do it with a straight couple.” (Cohen considers himself a virgin considering he’s never slept with a woman.)

Cohen, who welcomed a victual son, Benjamin, via surrogate in February, said he texted his friend Kelly Ripa a graphic photo related to the threesome. Cohen moved superiority with his plan, but he ended up as a naked spectator and is sadly still a virgin.

Chase gave a blow-by-blow of his aborted shindig with Murray at the “Saturday Night Live” studio. “Words were said. I finally went to his dressing room just surpassing the show and opened the door and said, ‘You say something like that again, I’m gonna . . .’

“Billy jumped up and charged me at the door. And I immediately got into a fight stance, considering I boxed a lot . . . Billy’s older brother came overdue me and grabbed my stovepipe to stop me. He was strong as hell. Short guy, but these guys had obviously been in a few rumbles.”

Murray told Stern it was “a Hollywood fistfight,” adding, “I do not like people who mutter well-nigh stuff famous. But I’d say to people, ‘You want to be rich and famous? Try stuff rich and see if that doesn’t imbricate most of it for you.’ ”

Jerry Seinfeld confessed he is obsessed with finding new material, plane when at home with his wife: “I’m not authentically with her, nor am I authentically with you right now . . . Every second of my existence, I’m thinking, ‘Could I do something with that?’ ”

Paul McCartney discussed The Beatles’ initial frostiness to Yoko Ono: “We didn’t welcome Yoko in the studio considering we thought it was a guy thing . . . Later on, we suddenly sort of thought, ‘You know what? John’s in love with this girl . . . we’ve got to cope with it.’ ”

Other interviewees include Madonna, Mike Tyson, Larry David, Lady Gaga, Tracy Morgan, Courtney Love, Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel, Jimmy Fallon and Billy Joel.