Bravo Denies It Wants to Turn ‘Real Housewives’ Husband’s Suicide Into a Special

Aug 26, 2011  •  Post A Comment

Bravo is said to be in talks with Taylor Armstrong of "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" for an interview following the suicide of her estranged husband, reports the New York Post’s Page Six. That’s according to sources, but the cable network has a different version.

One source says Bravo wants to do a sit-down, one-hour show with Armstrong and Bravo executive Andy Cohen, the story says. Armstrong’s representative said Armstrong’s people are talking with Bravo, although no decisions have been made.

A rep for Bravo denied the claim, saying: “It’s not true; there are no plans like that.”

Another source said: “They’ve been discussing options for a week, but no programming has been formalized.”

Taylor Armstrong’s rep said Armstrong is “still devastated” about Russell Armstrong’s suicide.

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