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Is Bravo Filming A 'Real Housewives Of Nashville'? Let's Examine The Rumor

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Is Bravo Filming A 'Real Housewives Of Nashville'? Let's Examine The Rumor

Close your eyes and picture the moment on Nov. 16, 2019, when Father Bravo, a.k.a., Andy Cohen, announced the Real Housewives of Salt Lake City. The euphoria, the excitement, the slight confusion, and the trust you had that Andy wouldn't steer you wrong. Now picture that feeling, just with cowboy hat (or maybe more realistically, a wide-brim hat the ex-Bachelor contestants all wear on Instagram), because we've got a rumor brewing that Bravo is possibly filming Real Housewives of Nashville, y'all.

At the moment, the evidence is thin. Over the weekend, @RealityTVNation on Twitter reported that country music singer Jana Kramer and Jason Aldean's wife, Brittany Aldean, (as well as Jenna Perdue, Kasi Wicks, Alexis Allen and Sabina Rich, per CountryNow.com), are reportedly filming for the Nashville edition of Real Housewives. The rumor was also amplified with this very confessional-looking photo Kramer shared on Instagram.

I know, it's not a lot to go on. And this Bravo fan feels like a Real Housewives of Nashville doesn't really fit the Bravo vibe. (Nashville feels more E!, doesn't it?) But the real sign for me that this may not be what some internet sleuths are thinking is because of something Andy said back in February of this year regarding the current landscape of the Real Housewives franchise.

"I mean, it seems like we're good right now," he said on Watch What Happens Live to a pair of eager Chicagoans hoping the Windy City would get its chance in the spotlight. "I know there was a moment when Tinsley [Mortimer] moved to Chicago to cast around her, but I think we’re good." (This was obviously before Tinsley announced her split from Chicago Coupon King, Scott Kluth.)

Prior to that, Andy was asked what three cities he'd pick for three new franchises, and friends... he didn't answer. "I don’t know. Because I think we’re so good right now. I don’t know," he replied.

Seems like the man feels like we're good — without Nashville. Of course this could all be a ruse to distract us from current production, but I don't think Andy would do us like that. Plus, what would the Housewives of Nashville hold in the beginning credits? Biscuits? OK, wait, maybe I'm more in than I thought I was...

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The Dipp reached out to Bravo for comment and did not hear back at the time of publication.

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