'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills': No decision made as to Sept. 5 premiere in light of Russell Armstrong's death

It was reported Tuesday (Aug. 16) that Russell Armstrong, the estranged husband of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Taylor Armstrong, was found dead Monday night (Aug. 15). The authorities believed it was a suicide.Thursday (Aug. 18) THR reported that the Sept. 5 premiere of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" would be pushed back at least a week and possibly longer in the wake of this tragic death, but Bravo sources tell Zap2it that "the story is false."The source goes on to say that that "a decision has not been made as of yet" as to the premiere date of "RHOBH." We would understand if the network chose to delay the premiere, but as of right now, it looks like it is still up in the air....

Should Bravo Continue to Air Real Housewives of Beverly Hills?

Bravo has yet to announce whether The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills will air as planned following the suicide of Russell Armstrong. Armstrong and wife Taylor, whose marital woes were documented during Season 1 and were expected to be a major part of Season 2, split in July. He was found dead Monday. The show's premiere was scheduled for Sept. 5.

Bravo Deciding Whether to Delay Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 2

In the wake of the shocking death of Taylor Armstrong’s husband Russell, Bravo execs are deciding whether to postpone the premiere of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.The dramatic Season 2 premiere was scheduled for September 5, and while shooting hasn’t wrapped yet, a rep for Bravo says filming has been postponed for the week — if not longer — while the network decides how to handle the sensitive situation. Given that Russell reportedly told his pal the hit show “ruined...

'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills': Taylor Armstrong's Husband Said Pressures of Cameras Were 'Overwhelming'

Prior to his apparent suicide, 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' star Taylor Armstrong's husband said he felt the pressures of being a reality TV husband. In an interview with People, Russell, who hanged himself on Aug. 15, revealed the pressures of a crumbling marriage and financial problems got to be too much, especially when coupled with TV cameras. "It got really overwhelming," Russell told People a few weeks before his death. "When you get a TV show involved and all the pressure, it just takes it to a whole new level. ... We were pushed to extremes."

'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills': Bravo Family Reacts to Russell Armstrong's Death

Bravo execs aren’t the only ones who are "deeply saddened" by the death of  Real Housewives of Beverly Hills ’ cast member  Russell Armstrong . Several members of the  Housewives franchise have offered their condolences to  Taylor Armstrong , his estranged wife, and to the couple’s 5-year-old daughter via social media. This isn’t the first time the franchise has suffered the loss of one of its male counterparts, as  Real Housewives of Atlanta ’s Kandi Burruss  lost her fiancé,  Ashley “A.J.” Jewell , in late 2009.   “I am so very sad about today's news,” head honcho  Andy Cohen   writes . “My prayers and thoughts are with Taylor Armstrong and her family.” Read More...

'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Husband Commits Suicide

Russell Armstrong, estranged husband to 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' star Taylor Armstrong, was found dead Mon., Aug. 15. According to TMZ, Russell hanged himself. Taylor filed for divorce from Russell, 47, in July after claiming he physically abused her. "I felt like I was dying inside," Taylor told People about her marriage. "Now, there's some sense of peace." "Did I push her? Yes, maybe things happened in the heat of the moment, but it was during a time in our lives that was not characteristic of who we were," Russell told People in July. "This show has literally pushed us to the limit."

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Is Going to Get Even MORE Real in Season 2

The temperatures are soaring this summer and the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills are getting hot and bothered in anticipation of second season of the show hitting the airwaves next month.“It heats up!” revealed star Adrienne Maloof, while she tried to stay cool in the sweltering sun at Disney’s Phineas and Ferb: Across the Second Dimension premiere on Wednesday.“You’re going to see a totally different scenario between all the girls because now we’re used to...

Kim Richards’ RHOBH Transformation: “Nobody’s Messing With Me, Baby!”

After the explosive fight with her sister in the Season 1 Finale of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, along with news of her struggles with alcoholism and rehab, nobody seemed to be quite sure if charmingly awkward but frequently fragile Kim Richards would be returning to the show. To tell you the truth, we were bummed. What would RHOBH be without the woman who gave us the “Give me my chicken” song?Well, Kim Richards is back, ladies and gentlemen, and by all accounts, she’s...

OMG! Kathy Griffin Says She's Too Famous to Be on RHOBH

Bravo comedian Kathy Griffin makes a few choice comments about the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, specifically Kim Richards. Uh oh! Find out what the ginger had to say!

The Results Are In: You Don’t Want Kelsey Grammer for Mayor and Neither Do the Housewives

After learning of Kelsey Grammer’s political aspirations, we asked if you’d ever vote him into office and most of you said no. Apparently, Wetpainters are in the majority because Camille Grammer’s Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast mates wouldn’t either! Camille’s frenemy Kyle Richards told reporters what most of us were already thinking: “He's got to learn how to run a family first before he can run a city.” True that! Not one to hold her tongue,...