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Bravo figuring out what to do with ‘Housewives of Beverly Hills’

HollywoodNews.com: After the suicide death of Russell Armstrong, there are now a lot of questions for Bravo about how to proceed with the upcoming season of ‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.’

Bravo executives reportedly met with the cast at Adrienne Maloof’s home in regard to the death and how things will be handled from here on out, states RadarOnline.com. The ‘Housewives’ were allegedly told to say very little about the passing of Taylor Armstrong’s estranged husband.

Now, executives are reportedly deciding what to do with the footage of Russell as it focuses on the former couple trying to fix their marriage. It is reported that executives just want to be respectful of everyone in this situation.

Do you think any of the footage will be shown?

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  • August 18, 2011 | Permalink |

    No I think they need to leave the part of him out…..in respect to family.

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