According to The Pulse Of Radio, this past Sunday's (September 10) episode of the Bravo network reality series "Shahs Of Sunset" featured a guest appearance from late LINKIN PARK frontman Chester Bennington. In the episode, both Chester and his now-widow Talinda attended a party held by the show's Asa Soltan to celebrate the impending birth of her son. The episode was filmed around November/December of last year.Soltan told Bravo's Andy Cohen on "Watch What Happens: Live" that she and Talinda Bennington were friends, saying about Chester: "He was an incredible soul and an amazing person. It breaks my heart." Chester, along with the other members of LINKIN PARK, also filmed an episode of "Carpool Karaoke" just one week before his death in July. Originally scheduled to air in October, the episode is currently in limbo. Bennington committed suicide at the age of 41 on July 20 at his home in the Los Angeles area, leaving behind a wife and six children. The surviving members of the band have not yet revealed anything about the future of the band. They posted a tribute video to Bennington online this past weekend, featuring a montage of various fan memorials from around the world.
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