Bravo Denies Taylor Armstrong Will Discuss Russell's Suicide on Special
However, a spokesperson for the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star confirms, "There is dialogue."
Taylor Armstrong may open up about estranged husband Russell's suicide in a Bravo special, her rep tells the New York Post.
A rep for the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star says, "There is dialogue with Bravo, but no decisions have been made. Anything would be conjecture."
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The rep adds that Armstrong is "still devastated" and hasn't been participating in the talks herself.
A source tells the newspaper, "Bravo wants to do a sit-down, one-hour special with [Bravo executive vice president and host] Andy Cohen." A second source adds, "They've been discussing options for a week, but no programming has been formalized.”
However, a rep for Bravo denies the talks: "It’s not true, there are no plans like that."
Taylor was present at Russell's two services in the Hollywood Hills on Wednesday, as were several other Real Housewives of Beverly Hills castmates. He will be cremated and his ashes will be moved to his native Texas.
Russell's body was found on Aug. 15 in the Los Angeles home he'd been renting since his split from Taylor.
The second season of Real Housewives in Beverly Hills is scheduled to premiere on Sept. 5. While sources tell The Hollywood Reporter that will likely be pushed back, Bravo head Frances Berwick maintains that no decisions have been made.
THR was the first to report the Bravo reality series would be re-edited after Russell's death. Russell and Taylor's contentious relationship was a major storyline.