Camille Grammer Talks RHoBH Departure and "Humiliation" (VIDEO)

Camille Grammer sat down with Katie Couric on Good Morning America and opened up about her RHoBH departure and how Kelsey's "gift" to her was really humiliation. We're going to miss her on the show!
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Donny Deutsch Defends Bravo's Controversial 'Housewives' Decision on Business Grounds (VIDEO)

Russell Armstrong's suicide last month put the future of 'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' in doubt. Armstrong was the estranged husband of 'Housewives' star Taylor Armstrong, and the dissolution of their marriage was originally going to be a central storyline of the new season. Bravo made the decision this week to premiere the series on schedule, re-edit some of that storyline, and include some newly taped interview footage with the Housewives discussing the tragedy. Thursday on 'Today' (weekdays, 7AM on NBC), Donny Deutsch defended Bravo's controversial decision to not push back the premiere. "They made the right call for a few reasons," said Deutsch. "Number one, they're a business. And this is going to be good television. I hate to use that word. It's reality TV, it's train wreck TV. Unfortunately, this was a fatal train wreck."

Russell Armstrong’s Mother on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Season 2: “Let’s Not Murder My Son Twice”

HLN interviewed Russell Armstrong’s childhood friend Randy Edwards and also read a statement from Russell’s mother, John Ann Hotchkiss, on her reaction to Bravo continuing with Season 2 of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

Russell Armstrong's Mom Blasts Bravo For Not Delaying 'Real Housewives' Premiere: 'Let's Not Murder My Son Twice'

Russell Armstrong's mother, John Ann Hotchkiss, had harsh words for Bravo regarding the network's decision to proceed as planned with 'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Season 2 premiere on Mon., Sept. 5 at 9PM ET. "When I was informed of this, I thought, 'I hope Bravo will take the high road and keep it tasteful,'" she said in a statement. "Let's not murder my son twice." Russell, estranged husband to 'Real Housewives' star Taylor Armstrong, hanged himself on Aug. 15. Since then, Bravo has confirmed they will re-edit the season, but not delay the premiere. "Re-editing of the episodes is still underway," Frances Berwick, president of Bravo Media, said in a statement. "Bravo has partnered with the Entertainment Industries Council, Inc. to raise awareness about suicide prevention. The network will air various PSAs during the 'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.' We will also provide additional information and resources on, including the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline."

'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Season 2: Suicide Won't Delay Premiere

'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Season 2 will premiere as planned on Mon., Sept. 5 at 9PM on Bravo. The network confirmed the news after weeks of debate about a possible delay following the suicide of series star Taylor Armstrong's estranged husband Russell. "Bravo will proceed with the Monday, September 5 premiere date of 'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,'" Frances Berwick, president of Bravo Media, said in a statement. "Given that these episodes were filmed months ago, the producers of the show taped a brief interview this week with several of the cast members to introduce the premiere." Taylor did not participate in the taped introduction.

Bravo to air 'Real Housewives' special addressing Russell Armstrong's suicide

"Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" cast members Lisa Vanderpump, Camille Grammer, Kyle and Kim Richards and Adrienne Maloof filmed a Bravo special today to discuss their reactions to the news of co-star Russell Armstrong's recent suicide. It is unclear whether the episode will air before or after the premiere of the new season on September 5th.

Exclusive! Psychiatrist Weighs In on the Future of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

As friends and family say their final goodbyes to Russell Armstrong today, the future of the show still hangs in the balance as Bravo decides how best to handle the tragedy on the air. Wetpaint Entertainment  talked to Beverly Hills psychiatrist Carole Lieberman to get insight into how the producers and the cast should move forward with their lives — both on and off the air. “The show can’t sweep it under the rug, as that wouldn’t make sense,” Dr Lieberman told  Wetpaint  in an exclusive interview.  “There was been talk of editing him out if that works in terms of plotline, but they should certainly use sensitivity whatever they do.” Instead of pretending the suicide never happened, Dr Lieberman thinks Bravo should take the opportunity to bring something positive out of the horrific scenario. Read MOre...

Russell Armstrong's Second Memorial Service to Be Held With Family in Texas

Lisa Vanderpump, Adrienne Maloof-Nassif, Dr. Paul Nassif, Kyle Richards, and Kim Richards were among the  Real Housewives of Beverly Hills  cast members in attendance at  Russell Armstrong' s first funeral service yesterday, held at Church of the Hills-Forest Lawn in the Hollywood Hills.  Read More...

'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Season 2: Editing Underway, Premiere Date Still Up in the Air

Bravo has finally decided the fate of Season 2 of 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' following the suicide of Russell Armstrong, estranged husband to star Taylor Armstrong: segments between the couple, who were separated at the time of his death, will be edited. Variety reports that the storyline regarding the Armstrongs' marital issues could significantly reduce or remove Russell's presence, although Bravo has not confirmed exactly what will be changed. However, as of right now the premiere date is still Sept. 5. "Contrary to what is being reported, we have not made a decision to change our original premiere date but we are in the process of re-editing the show," Bravo president Frances Berwick told Variety.

'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....