Steve Sanders Sounds Bitter Over Donna Martin's "Success"
Hey look, it's Ian Ziering, Jennie Garth, and Tori Spelling! Not that Jennie Garth has anything to do with this other than [insert plug for "Mystery Girls" here], but old friends, right? Well now it's old friends slamming old friends in the most polite, passive aggressive way ever, and just when you thought Ian Ziering had sharked his way into D-list oblivion, he went and drummed up some drama for a former "90210" cast mate, likely in order to get people talking about "Sharknado 2."
Here's what he said in a recent interview about Tori's latest reality endeavor, "True Tori":
"['True Tori'] is tough to watch. ... It saddens me to see Tori going through all this pain [and] that there are kids involved. I have a tremendous amount of love for Tori and it's just sad. I'm sad. ... I don't know what to make of it. It's a trainwreck. A trainwreck! ... And I can't explain it, because I don't know the details. I'm just a witness and a bystander, like we all are. It's like, why is this even happening? It's a trainwreck and you have to watch it. It makes great television ... but I question the motives. Why? Why are you doing this? ... It just seems as if there is nothing sacred. I don't know, but I do know Tori is a smart girl. She knows what she is doing."
There you have it, folks. Cue celebrity "friend" trying to offer insight into a situation that we all have figured out anyway. I mean, why? Why is he even doing this? It just seems as if there is nothing sacred, GOD.