Well, color me shocked! True Tori is coming back for a second season. Forget about that very public affair of Dean McDermott that was tabloid fodder for months as he and his wife Tori Spelling prepped for their latest reality series. Pretend like the world didn’t watch as they went to therapy about said infidelity. Let’s not even get started on Tori’s subsequent hospitalization for stress. No big deal! Apparently, it’s all about living life on camera no matter what. Why am I so surprised? After all, I blog about people just like them (lovers of attention, every last one!) almost every single day.
Still, after a very raw and awkward first season, I couldn’t believe that Tori and Dean would put their young family back in the spotlight. I guess I should look for themes. This season will totally be “the rebuilding.” Am I right?
Tori Spelling is not done airing her dirty laundry just yet. An insider recently spoke out and claims that the former 90210 star is hoping for another reality TV deal for her family.
True Tori is not even done yet — there is a reunion scheduled for next week — and Tori Spelling is ready to sign another reality TV deal. But so far, no networks have been biting. Her latest reality venture followed her and her husband Dean McDermott as they tried to repair their marriage after his affair. Which he had because he is an addict — of sex, booze and whatever else would make the affair ok in his wife's eyes.
The show was a train wreck and the ratings were dismal. I would assume that was mostly in part to the rumors that the twosome made the whole thing up. The timeline did not add up and they were spotted seeming pretty happy while airing 'real-time' scenes showing their marriage falling apart.
To promote her latest book, Tori Spelling promised stories of woe surrounding her self-proclaimed financial ruin. Basically, Tori boohooed about being broke to promote Spelling It Like It Is, and then she expected us to believe she bounced back from her dire financial situation shortly after the book's release.
Candy Spelling appeared on The Talk – and she called out Tori's lies.
When Julie Chen asked about Tori's lack of money, Candy said the "rumors" are not true. "I'd never leave my kids in the lurch. I can't imagine any parent doing that – and I'm always there to support her. I even bought them a house in Malibu," boasted Candy. "I think it was an angle she took for her book."
So the train wreck that is True Tori is going to end without a resolution? Seriously!?!? Well at least according to producers that is exactly what is going to happen.
Executive Producer Robert “Bobby” Sizemore, recently sat down with In Touch and what he said is shocking and completely expected at the same time. Shocking because he admitted that long before the show is set to air it's last episode. If nothing is solved, why watch? To hear them bicker, no thanks!
Expected because he reasons that Tori Spelling has to start filming another series. If this was real life and not acting out a fake scenario for publicity, couldn't the cameras still be there?
Well Tori Spelling, I really wanted to believe you. I wanted to believe that you are the victim in this entire affair scandal. But reports about you faking the entire ordeal in order to get a new reality show seemed to add up. Now you bring the True Tori along with you to the hospital? Not looking real Tori, not looking real.
Tori Spelling was recently hospitalized for at least six days for migraine headaches and an ulcer, supposedly caused from her body being rundown by the stress of her husband's December 2013 affair and subsequent rehab stint. If you have watched True Tori the former Beverly Hills 90210 star does seem rundown in front of the cameras, but taking them with you to the hospital when you "cannot even have light in the bedroom" due to your headaches?
The drama that is the life of Tori Spelling has taken another strange turn as the reality star was recently hospitalized for 6 days with an undisclosed illness, according to E! News. She was released on Saturday with husband Dean McDermott by her side. The hospital stay came on the heels of her marriage crisis and rumors that she and Dean may have made up the entire affair/sex addict/broekn family story just to land a new reality show.
Last week, True Tori premiered on Lifetime, bringing Tori and Dean's marriage troubles to our TVs on a weekly basis. Supposedly the troubles started soon after their wedding in 2006, but to be honest, when they met and fell for each other, they were both married to other people. Not usually the way you want to start a fairy tale romance. Everything came to a head when Emily Goodhand claimed she had a 2-day affair with McDermott. It was plastered everywhere and in order to cope with booze and sex addiction, Dean entered rehab. True Tori is supposed to be following the twosome as they try to repair their marriage.
Last year the couple came out as broke and super hard-up for money. After a reality TV project about them moving to a cabin with their 4 kids failed to take off, Dean's mistress, the comically named Emily Goodhand, emerged in the tabloids and shortly after Dean entered rehab for undisclosed (ahem… sex) addictions.
And the reality TV offers came pouring in again! A spurned and furious Tori was reportedly using True Tori to humiliate her husband and was one step away from filing for divorce while Dean groveled for another chance. As you recall, Tori and Dean got together when they were still married to other spouses.
Now, according to the sleuths at Jezebel, Tori and Dean may be faking the scandal to revitalize their stagnant reality careers! A breakdown of the evidence is below.