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POLL: Will You Watch Real Housewives of Beverly Hills?

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Real Housewives of Beverly Hills: Will You Watch?

Originally posted 09/01/2011 09:35AM

The show will go on, but will you watch what happens?

Despite the recent suicide of Taylor Armstrong's estranged husband, Russell Armstrong, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills will premiere as planned on Sept. 5, Bravo announced Wednesday.

The network said the show has been re-edited and the premiere will begin with a recent interview with several cast members – although reportedly not Taylor. Its broadcast also will include public service announcements to raise awareness of suicide prevention.

Taylor, who was devastated by Russell's death, attended his memorial service in Los Angeles only last week.

The Beverly Hills premiere airs Monday (9 p.m. ET) on Bravo – will you tune in? Tell us below:

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Lisa Vanderpump's Daughter Ties the Knot

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Lisa Vanderpump's Daughter Ties the Knot

Originally posted 08/30/2011 10:00AM

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills finally had something to smile about Saturday, when Pandora Vanderpump, the 24-year-old daughter of star Lisa Vanderpump and Ken Todd, married her longtime boyfriend, Jason Sabo.

The younger Vanderpump and Sabo exchanged vows at her parents' estate in Beverly Hills.

"It was a breathtaking wedding. Beautiful. Everyone was happy," an eyewitness tells PEOPLE.

"There was a lot of pink, and all the women were required to wear floor-length dresses," the insider adds.

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Why Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Should Be Scrapped

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Real Housewives of Beverly Hills: Scrap the Show, Says PEOPLE TV Critic

Originally posted 08/22/2011 03:15PM

A reality show may present itself as a grand mansion, but it's essentially a prefab house plunked down on what the owners hope looks like solid ground: If an earthquake rumbles below and splits open a fissure, the foundation of the house goes, goes, goes down, down, down.

Bravo has set about trying to repair the tragic mess that is now season 2 of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. The season, which was scheduled to premiere Sept. 5, will be reedited and possibly postponed in light of the suicide of Housewife Taylor Armstrong's estranged husband, Russell. According to Variety, it's likely that Russell's presence – that is, his life – will be reshaped or reduced.

The fact remains that public interest in the show is now higher than ever. But, in a better world, Bravo would just go ahead and scrap not just the season but the entire series. And I say that as a fan of the show. The first season was one of the most entertaining things ever to come out of Bravo.

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Taylor Armstrong's Real Housewives Costars Offer Condolences

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Taylor Armstrong's Costars Offer Condolences After Husband's Suicide

Originally posted 08/16/2011 12:35PM

As the news of the apparent suicide of Russell Armstrong spread Tuesday morning, his estranged wife Taylor Armstrong began receiving kind words of sympathy from her Real Housewives of Beverly Hills costars and others associated with the Bravo show.

• "All of us at Bravo are deeply saddened by this tragic news," a network spokesperson says in a statement. "Our sympathy and thoughts are with the Armstrong family at this difficult time."

• "My condolences go out to the Armstrong family, I am shocked and devastated," new cast member Dana Wilkey, who is a friend of Taylor, told PEOPLE. "I am here for Taylor Armstrong and Kennedy Armstrong in any capacity that they need me and will do anything in my power to support them as they move through this difficult time."

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5 Things to Know About Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Dana Wilkey | Dana Wilkey

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Real Housewives of Beverly Hills: Five Things to Know About Dana Wilkey

Originally posted 07/28/2011 03:40PM

She helped Taylor Armstrong throw a $60,000 tea party for her daughter Kennedy's fourth birthday on season one of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Now, event planner Dana Wilkey, who happens to be a friend of Armstrong, is joining the cast of Bravo's hit reality show.

The USC grad, 37, is the proud mom to her 22-month-old son John Cayden Flynn, and is planning her wedding for next year. Although loved ones and the glitz and glamour of 90210 surround her, Wilkey is at heart a goofball who experienced tragedy at a young age. Here's what you should know about Wilkey:

1. She's helping Armstrong through her split
"I can't say enough wonderful things about her," Wilkey tells PEOPLE of Armstrong, who was by her side during an interview. "She's just the most beautiful person. She's really focusing on Kennedy right now and surrounding herself with really good friends. She's just focusing on being a good mom."

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