Despite rumors to the contrary, Caitlyn Jenner and Sophia Hutchins will not be joining the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" cast, according to the main man in charge.
Andy Cohen shut down the speculation on his Sirius XM radio show "Radio Andy," indicating he really doesn't know who Sophia is.
"I know that she's Caitlyn's girlfriend, right?" he asked his co-host John Hill, who told him Sophia owns a sunscreen company and is Caitlyn's "roommate and manager."
Andy quickly implied that Caitlyn, 70, and Sophia, 24, started the rumor themselves.
"This is one of those where the call is coming from inside the house," he said. "I know that they have expressed their interest publicly on social media. They've tagged me in posts saying, 'This is a great idea,' but … we've never talked to them formally. That rumor is not true."
The Bravo scion may be correct on the origin of the rumors. On Sept. 29, Sophia posted two scenic photos from Malibu, Calif., a rock's throw from Beverly Hills. She captioned it, "Real Housewives….what?! 💎" Caitlyn chimed in, "I think they should have you do it!" Sophia quickly replied back, "Same! Sounds fun."
Caitlyn and Sophia's wishes aren't likely coming to fruition.
Asked if he would be open to either Caitlyn or Sophia joining the show in any capacity, even as a "friend of the Housewives," Andy said, "No, I just don't see it."
Just weeks ago, there was speculation that Caitlyn's ex-wife Kris Jenner could be joining the cast in some capacity, especially given that "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" is ending. Although Kris has shot down those rumors, Andy saw Kris' involvement as far more realistic than Caitlyn's, especially based on her connection to the cast.
"Kris is good friends with Kyle [Richards]. They are legitimately really good friends," Andy said.
Previously, Andy noted that he didn't think Kris would ever join the "Housewives" cast.
"She is leaving a show for which she has total control over," he said on "Radio Andy." "Why would she leave and join a show that she has no control over? She wouldn't be an executive producer of the show. She wouldn't have control over the edits."
He added, "I think for someone who is used to having so much power of a show, I can't see her surrendering that power."