Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills
December 23, 2011 by staff
Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills, Anyone addicted to Bravo’s reality series “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” can attest to one thing – it made for great television. But when it popped up that one of the reality show characters was found dead in his Los Angeles home of an apparent suicide, we were left to wonder – will the show go on?
Just weeks from the premiere, the popular reality hit, gearing up for only its second season, was originally thought to be faced with the possibility of cancelation. The editors scrambled to get the job of re-editing done, but it’s clear they made it in time – as Bravo Television announced their plans to go ahead as scheduled, and reveal “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” season two on September 5.
The Labor Day premiere is sure to have fans and foes talking about the scandal that hit the airwaves just a few short weeks ago, when Taylor Armstrong’s estranged husband Russell Armstrong’s suicide rocked tabloid headlines.
Now the real question is – what was on the show, before Russell’s untimely death? It was made clear from Bravo TV’s season one of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” that the couple weren’t on the best terms – but after crying fits and a few arguments, it seemed like they had both worked it out – at least to the point where they could safely raise their daughter.
The questions on fans minds now, despite questioning Bravo’s humanity, is what happened during this year’s filming that might have put Russell over the edge? From tabloid reports, it’s unclear whether there were signs of depression, despite turmoil with estranged wife and RHOBH star.
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