I'm going to go out on a limb here…if you don't want people to judge your most intimate situations, perhaps you shouldn't film said situations as the story line for a docu-drama in which cameras follow you and your cheating husband into marital counseling for his highly publicized affair(s?). There is no need to go Spelling out all of your issues on reality television.
Here's the short sTori: Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott met on set (the original Cibrian-Rimes love story), left their spouses, and then married each other. While having four kids, they proceeded to live life on reality shows that encompassed the couple in every situation from Bed and Breakfasts to family life. Back in December, Dean strayed with a woman who saw dollar signs and sold her story to a tabloid. Since then, Tori footed the bill for his sex addiction rehab while trying to prove to the world that they were still one big happy family. Now, they have filmed the healing process (or maybe final good-bye?) of their union for Lifetime with a show called True Tori which begins April 22.
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Of course, now Tori must
promote the series explain her reasoning for inviting viewers into the most intimate, raw, and humiliating parts of her marriage, and what better way to do that than with an Us Weekly cover story?
With the show's premiere looming, Tori is giving her first interview since her husband's indiscretions were splashed across the cover of every tabloid. Of Dean's betrayal, she tells the magazine, "He was my soulmate, but he completely broke my heart," adding, "It makes you not trust anything that's happened in your relationship."
In light of the scandal–and all of the gossip that followed–Tori is feeling unfairly persecuted by the public and the media for sticking by Dean's side. She admits, "I feel so judged, but it's not black and white." She hopes that airing their struggles on television will garner her a bit more understanding from naysayers.
That, and a paycheck.
TELL US-WHAT DO YOU THINK PUTTING HER MARRIAGE COUNSELING ON A REALITY SHOW WILL MAKE PEOPLE UNDERSTAND HER DECISION TO TRY TO WORK ON HER RELATIONSHIP WITH DEAN?
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