'Real Housewives of Nashville' coming?
Carrie Underwood ignites rumors that Bravo's considering a southern expansion
Former "American Idol" winner Carrie Underwood has ignited rumors that Bravo execs are planning on adding a Nashville-based edition to its "Real Housewives" franchise. The country superstar's new hometown is increasingly becoming more of a hub for not only aspiring musicians but for Hollywood-types as well.
Besides the ABC's freshman hit drama, aptly titled "Nashville," Underwood has let it slip that "Housewives" executive producer Andy Cohen may be eyeing the southern town as the seventh city to feature affluent women. Underwood reveals to the Chicago Tribune, "I heard, I don't know if this is true, that they are going to do like a 'Real Housewives of Nashville.' It seems that people want to get into Nashville more, and that's fun for us ... I think Nashville is such a great town, and I think there is so much that they can get into about the music industry."
And although the Grammy winner has gone through the rigorous process of reality television before, she doesn't foresee her life with husband Mike Fisher documented on camera any time soon. She adds, "I don't know how people get used to having cameras on them in their daily lives. I'm a private person too, and we don't ever film anything in our home because it's off limits. It's like letting people see your messy house."