The night after their 2013 New Year's Eve show, Anderson Cooper and Kathy Griffin sit down to recap the best and most unexpected moments. On the list, Korean pop sensation Psy arriving unannounced with MC Hammer to crash the live broadcast in Times Square.
"He was pushed on by some Psy PR team...I don't think he knew where he was. I don't think he knew who we were. I don't think he realized he was on CNN," says Anderson, who is still baffled by the surprise visit.
Anderson Cooper and Kathy Griffin are back together for an epic New Year's Eve show live from Times Square! The celebration begins at 10 p.m. ET on CNN.
Check out the live blog for photos and updates from our hosts, reporters and producers, and tweet your wishes for 2013 with #cnnnye.
Hilarious? Check. Surprising? Check. Outrageous? Check. If you’ve been watching Anderson Cooper and Kathy Griffin co-host CNN’s New Year’s Eve coverage together for the past five years, you’ve seen all that and much, much more. So, as you can imagine, it was no easy task to choose the absolute single best New Year's Eve moment. We couldn't pick one so we want you to do it for us. We narrowed it down to five and now we’re putting the final decision in your hands.
Vote for your favorite memory and join us on New Year's Eve! We'll reveal and air the winner in this year's show at 10 p.m. ET.
Want to submit a write-in entry? Tell us in a comment. And remember to tweet your messages to Anderson and Kathy or your wishes for the new year using #cnnnye.
Anderson Cooper talks about what's in store for CNN's New Year's Eve show, while his co-host seems less than impressed.
Anderson and Kathy Griffin are back for their sixth year hosting the special coverage on Dec. 31 at 10 p.m. ET
Anderson Cooper and Kathy Griffin are getting ready for their New Year's Eve show by looking back at a moment that will go down in Times Square history.
They return for their sixth year hosting the special coverage on Dec. 31 at 10 p.m. ET
You never know what to expect when Anderson Cooper and Kathy Griffin team up on New Year's Eve. They talk about what's in store for their sixth year hosting together on Dec. 31 at 10 p.m. ET
Read more about this year's New Year's Eve show and tweet your messages, resolutions, and greetings using #cnnnye for a chance to see them on air.
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