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Last night the season premiere of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills featured candid conversations and tears among the castmates, Adrienne Maloof, Kim and Kyle Richards, Camille Grammer and Lisa Vanderpump. They talked about the tragedy bestowed upon Taylor Armstrong whose late husband, Russell Armstrong was noticeably absent from all of last night’s scenes.

During the four minute segment, according to RadarOnline, Lisa indicated, “I don’t think she (Taylor) was aware of the financial mess they were in.” She added, “She needs our support more than ever.” Adrienne also noted that his death “has affected so many people and it is heart breaking.”

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After the women spoke their minds, season two officially began. Bravo recently indicated they have edited Russell out of the first few episodes, at least. Sticking to their word, producers aimed to raise suicide prevention awareness by airing public service announcements throughout the season. One of which aired at the end of last night’s episode.

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As noted by E! News, scenes with Taylor discussing her troubled marriage at the time of filming were not edited out.  After indicating that she was in therapy with Russell, at Adrienne’s dinner party Ken Vanderpump mentioned his viewpoint and that in his mind it’s a sign of weakness.

At that point, an upset Taylor left the room in tears. When she returned she noted, “I’m really fragile right now, I’m going through so much that it’s a lot.” Lisa and Ken left the dinner party and Camille remarked, “For a change I wasn’t part of the drama.”

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Did you watch last night? What did you think about the premiere? Somber and poignant or dramarama or a little bit of both?

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