By Dylan Kickham
Updated June 24, 2016 at 05:23 PM EDT
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The folks at Bravo probably didn’t have to think too hard when choosing a host for their new pop culture awards show, The Bravos. The obvious choice is the network’s de facto host Andy Cohen, who helms Bravo’s late-night talk show What What Happens: Live and moderates the drama-filled reunion episodes of each Real Housewives series.

The producer and television personality will take the stage for The Bravos inaugural year on July 20 at 10 p.m. ET on Bravo. The show will consist of 13 awards in pop culture, given tongue-in-cheek, colloquial titles such as the Queen of Shade Award and the Susan Lucci Award for Best Performance in a Reality Show. The night’s most prestigious honor will go to Mariah Carey, who will be given the Giving Me Life Acheivement Award.

The ceremony will also feature a performance by Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Erika Jayne of her new song “Pretty Mess.” Voting for the award categories is open now on Bravo’s website.