Russell Armstrong to Be Featured on Next Episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

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Russell Armstrong, the estranged husband of Taylor Armstrong who committed suicide in August, will appear on next week's new episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

In the following preview, you can watch the late star talking to Kyle Richards and threatening a lawsuit against Lisa Vanderpump over a tabloid story he believes she helped plant regarding his relationship with Taylor:

On the season premiere, Bravo edited out a scene in which Taylor shopped for lingerie in the hope that it would spice up her crumbling marriage to Russell. To some, that was enough. To others, the network should have canceled all of season two in the wake of Russell's death.

Where do you stand on his upcoming role? Should Bravo cut every appearance?

 

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Such a bad idea.
This is not about the show or Taylor or the "girls". This is about a little girl named Kennedy who may, at some point in her life, read really ugly posts about a father she barely remembers.
This will be the deal breaker in terms of this viewer ever watching another "reality" show.
You guys are crossing a line that is very primal and not for publishing.
Just how mush money do you guys need?