September 07, 2011 10:42 AM by Megan Thompson
The premiere of The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills went on despite the recent suicide of Russell Armstrong. Bravo has confirmed they have re-edited the season, due to the tragedy, but what the final outcome will be is still a debate. Keep reading to find out if Taylor and Russell’s therapy sessions with will air on The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills.
Therapy was a huge topic of discussion/drama on Monday night’s season premiere. At Adrienne’s dinner party Taylor made a statement about her and Russell doing a lot of therapy lately. Ken, Lisa Vanderpump’s husband, made it clear that therapy wasn’t for him and he considered it “weak.” This therapy conversation quickly turned Adrienne’s dinner party into a total debacle. What’s a party without one of the gals crying in the bathroom?
Viewers were originally supposed to see Russell and Taylor work on their marriage through therapy. Yes, cameras in the therapy room where couples are supposed to be brutally honest and vulnerable with each other. Can you even imagine those therapy sessions? You might be left to your imagination because Bravo has not decided if they will air these sessions yet. A spokesperson for Bravo provided this statement, “The producers and Bravo are in the process of re-editing the entire series. As a result any report regarding the content of upcoming episodes is mere speculation.”
I can’t imagine Taylor would want these therapy sessions aired, but she did allow cameras in the room. What do you think Bravo should do with the footage of these therapy sessions? We know you have opinion, so let’s hear it!
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