Surprise! Tori Spelling Has Some Super Twisted Thoughts About Her Reality Show
You poor, poor, dears, you probably thought that the hottest mess known to man, Tori Spelling's reality show about her cheating douchebag husband, Dean McDermott, was over, but, poor things, you thought wrong. Because while we might have already seen the finale of the show, there's still that thing where they are a real life married couple who also happen to be somewhat famous. And then there's the special reunion episode of the show, which aired last night. That's the part we're going to talk about right now.
It was basically a big interview, and here's one of the first dumb things that Tori said:
"I wasn't going to let people talk about my relationship and what decision I should make."
It's neat, because isn't that exactly what you would do if you didn't want people talking about your relationship? Do a reality show on national television? Of course! And then, after you got done making your reality show based your extremely sensitive family affairs featuring you and your spouse screaming at each other and talking about suicide, you'd save it all for your kids to watch!
"I want them to watch this show when they're adults. I want to be honest with them, and show them this and talk about this, and say we made it through. I hope to be able to tell them about a happy ending. I'm proud of the woman I've become, and I want them to see that."
I think we can all realize how terrible of an idea that is, so let's move right along to Tori's claims that she show is definitely, 100% real:
"I don't know who would fake something to have this to happen to your life. My family was, and still is, in complete devastation over this. I wouldn't wish this on anything."
And then -- this so good/bad/tragic -- Dean actually sang a song he wrote for Tori. He really did. He actually wrote and then sang lines like "broken trust for a dance with lust." No, in real life he did that. Can you even imagine? You don't have to imagine, because it actually happened.
Man, what ever happened to divorces, right?