Bravo Housewives Edit

August 20, 2011 by Post Team 

Bravo Housewives EditBravo Housewives Edit, Bravo has chosen to re-edit the images in the second season of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” in light of the recent suicide of Russell Armstrong, the husband of one of the stars of the series, Taylor Armstrong. The network has not yet decided if the release date, originally set for September 5, will move.

Frances Berwick, Bravo Media president, said in a statement: “Contrary to what is reported, we have not made a decision whether to change the original release date, but we are in the process of reprinting the show.”

A Bravo spokeswoman declined to say whether Armstrong’s appearance will be completely eliminated or restructured and their participation will be marginalized.

“I have asked to modify the line of the whole story,” said Ronald Richards, lawyer for Armstrong, the Los Angeles Times, who said he is waiting to hear if the network complies with your request. In doing so, you will have pictures of Taylor and its 5-year-old daughter Kennedy.

Armstrong was found dead in a house on Mulholland Drive, on Monday night, the cause of death was suicide by hanging, autopsy reports confirmed. His death caused many to wonder how the network would be to go ahead with the season, given the role of Armstrong in the story line of Taylor’s wife. Much of the second season was supposed to chronicle the couple and their marital problems playing.

In a screener of the premiere next season, which was sent to television stations a couple of weeks, Taylor shows the purchase of lingerie in an attempt to spice up your love life and discuss their attempt couple therapy. A source familiar with the situation told The Times that Bravo filmed the sessions of couple’s therapy Рanything that a network spokeswoman would not confirm. Taylor filed for divorce in July.

Court footage of Russell, but Taylor kept the series would be a clear reminder of the death of Armstrong. And Taylor’s edition seems almost completely impossible given the number of group activities will take place in the series.

A source close to Taylor, who spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the issue, said the “Real Housewives” star was “too devastated to discuss any matter or business career at the moment.” Camp Taylor said he had been in talks with the network but could not elaborate on how the story line of Taylor was reorganized.

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