Brittany Aldean shattered hearts when she denied filming for The Real Housewives of Nashville, but Radar has learned there's still hope for the franchise expansion!
Rumors began circulating over the weekend claiming that country singer Jason Aldean's wife was caught filming around town with several other Nashville housewives including Jana Kramer, Jenna Perdue, Kasi Wicks, Alexis Allen, and Sabrina Rich.
Almost immediately, the Real Housewives groupies latched onto the idea that the franchise was expanding to Music City.
One day later, Brittany Aldean seemed to put those rumors to bed. She took to her social media and laughed off the Housewives theory but Radar is told that fans shouldn't give up hope because nothing has been pitched just yet.
In fact, the country star's wife might be telling the truth to her best ability but that's just because we've learned the project is only in development. There's also no guarantee the Nashville gang's pilot will go anywhere at all because, well, that's showbiz.
Making Bravo fans cry everywhere, Brittany Aldean attempted to smash their RHON hopes by stating, "I've heard a lot of things about myself over all these years. One, being that I'm a conspiracy theorist. Another being that me and Jason have marital issues, and now, apparently, I'm on The Real Housewives of Nashville."
Teasing the video by writing the caption, "Love a good rumor," the singer's wife wasn't done yet.
Turning the camera on her famous husband, Jason Aldean responded, "You're on The Real Housewives of Nashville? Since when?" to which Brittany clapped back, "Apparently it's new. There was apparently filming going on that I'm unaware of."
That's when the country singer interjected with Donald Trump's favorite line, "Fake news!" The blonde bombshell followed suit by adding, "Fake news strikes again!"
Brittany might be telling the truth about not filming for RHON but that doesn't mean she's not working on another project for a different network. Radar has learned there are currently two docuseries being developed based out of Nashville and both are "Housewives adjacent" but they have yet to be pitched or picked up by a specific network because filming isn't done.
According to popular celebrity blog Deuxmoi, one of the shows "will NOT be Real Housewives of Nashville" but the other one "could be RHON for Bravo but that doesn't mean it will be."
"To be clear, these two docuseries are ONLY in the development stages; either the presentation has been filmed, currently being filmed, or waiting to be filmed. NOTHING, I repeat NOTHING, has been green-lit for a full series."
So, Bravoholics, keep your toes and fingers crossed!