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.
I'm no marriage counselor, but I'd imagine the best thing to do in the wake of your husband's very public cheating scandal would be to film a reality show about trying to make your relationship work. Tori Spelling agrees, which is why her latest reality show with husband Dean McDermott focuses on their marital strife.
True Tori premieres April 22nd on Lifetime, and the teaser is extremely dramatic…to put it mildly. Call me old-fashioned, but I prefer my Dean and Tori in heavily-scripted situations involving guncles and bed and breakfast endeavors. This is just too raw…at least that's what I gathered from the thirty second clip!
I'm not sure whether to feel sorry for Tori Spelling or roll my eyes at her idiocy. Where I come from there's an expression that goes, "You lose him how you catch him." And that's exactly what seems to be happening in her marriage to Dean McDermott, living sperm donor who's been caught cheating.
See Dean and Tori, are now professional reality TV stars who flit from various shows hoping something sticks, and they're also broke according to Tori's latest pun-ny book. But that didn't stop Dean from going to the most expensive rehab he could find. Oh yeah, in case you haven't heard Dean is seeking treatment for sex addiction or something.
Dean entered LA’s Grand View House rehab mid-January and Tori is so desperate to get him to stop cheating so she can write another book about titled Adul-TORI: How I Saved My Marriage* that she's paying $60,000 – $70,000 per month! Or should I say Candy Spelling is paying for it?
I don't know if this is just another case of some fame whore trying to get her name in the news by claiming she shagged a married celeb or if there is some truth to this gossip, but apparently Dean McDermott is a big, fat cheater.
Honestly, I kind of think this has to be true for two reasons: one, if I was going to start a rumor that I'd bedded a reality star, it sure as HELL wouldn't be Dean; and two, wasn't he married when he got together with Tori Spelling? Classy. Now Emily Goodhand has come out of the woodwork to talk about her evening with Dean in Canada.
Radar Online is reporting on the 28-year-old who has recently spilled her side of the story. She reveals, “He told me he and Tori had a sexless marriage. I believed him.”
Three television producers, Charles W. Malcolm, Jake P. Hall, and Denny O'Neil Jr., have filed a lawsuit with the Los Angeles Superior Court against Tori and Dean's Life in a Bowl Productions, OxygenMedia, and two other production companies.
They're asking for $60 million for theft of their idea, unfair business practices, and more. Apparently, Tori and Dean's sTORIbook Weddings is "uncannily similar" to a show they previously pitched to Oxygen, titled Wedding Rescue.
Everybody's having boys these days! The latest celebrity couple to welcome a son is Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott! This is the fourth child for the couple who joins siblings Stella, Liam, and Hattie. "It's a boy!!!!," Tori announced on Twitter.
"Please join us in welcoming Finn Davey McDermott," Tori she revealed on her ediTORIal blog. Finn was born yesterday at 5:39 PM. He was 6 lbs, 6 oz and 20" long. Congratulations to the Craft Wars star and her family!