'Price Is Right' Postpones Production Following Death of Drew Carey's Ex-Fiancée

February 18, 2020

“Price Is Right” producers said Monday that they would halt taping temporarily as Drew Carey mourns the death of his ex-fiancée, Amie Harwick.

The show has been postponed for this week and possibly the next week, aiming to resume taping on March 2, a representative of the production company revealed to Fox News. However, since episodes are taped months in advance, the delay will not affect the show’s air schedule.

Harwick, 38, passed away on Saturday after falling from her third-floor balcony. Her ex-boyfriend, Gareth Pursehouse, 41, was taken into custody and charged with murder.

The pair had recently broken up with an order of protection in place that had expired at the time of the incident. Harwick worked as a family therapist in Los Angeles.

Carey took to Twitter on Monday to remember Harwick, writing, “I hope you’re lucky enough to have someone in your life that loves as much as she did,” alongside a GIF of the two of them in a wintery setting.

Carey and Harwick began dating in 2017 and announced their engagement the following year. They called off the engagement less than a year after the announcement. A representative for Carey said the split was “very amicable," Fox News reports.

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