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Bravo is re-editing "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" after Taylor Armstrong's husband, Russell, committed suicide.
The show must go on.
Frances Berwick, president of Bravo, told Variety today that the cable network is currently tweaking "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills."
"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," Berwick said to the industry publication.
There were reports that Bravo may delay the show after the suicide of star Taylor Armstrong's husband, Russell. He was found dead on Monday night. "Real Housewives" was set to debut season two on Sept. 5, but a source close to the show told The Hollywood Reporter that the premiere would be delayed by a week or more.
In an advance version of the season two premiere sent to press, Taylor Armstrong was shown talking about how she and her husband were in therapy to try to save their troubled marriage. She was also filmed shopping at a lingerie store, saying she wanted to spice up their sex life.
Berwick did not tell Variety what changes were being made to the season.
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