In Touch reports that Tori Spelling is working on a new talk show for ABC, but that producers are concerned about whether she’s well enough to film. Tori is rail thin, which she’s blamed on poor health including a supposed bout of swine flu and ongoing stomach problems. That’s said to worry backers of the show, which isn’t set to air until next year. Tori is quoted by Star this week as saying “I’m exhausted, if not sick, half the time. My agent’s worried I’m going to drop dead.” (It’s presented as if she wrote this in her new book, although they don’t source that quote.) When she’s making statements like that, it’s no wonder that people are wary to work with her. She also missed several scheduled interviews to promote her book:
Tori Spelling has already started filming her new talk show for ABC, but the network has become concerned about the reality star’s weight – or lack thereof. “ABC says that Tori is so thin, they are nervous about the stability of her health,” an insider tells In Touch. “They’re worried she won’t be able to pull off her own show..
“It’s taking much longer than expected, and the network is frustrated.”
[From In Touch, print edition, July 5, 2010]
Star Magazine also has news about Tori this week, and it focuses on how poorly her life and relationship with her husband are faring. They quote a passage from her book in which Dean tells her how lousy everything is when she doesn’t want to have sex with him.
“This is the beginning of the end,” she reveals Dean confessed to hear after she refused to make love with him upon returning from a recent business trip. “That’s Dean’s code for ‘our sex life is over. The marriage is doomed.’”
[From Star Magazine, print edition, July 5, 2010]
We’ve heard all that about Tori fighting with Dean and worrying that he’s going to cheat on her. It’s news to me that Tori has a talkshow in the works, and I hope that it doesn’t get off the ground. I just don’t care for this woman. She uses her personal life as fodder for a television show and multiple biographies but then complains when the press actually covers the negative stories she uses as promotion. She also routinely accepts product placements and endorsements, even going as far as to pimp out her daughter’s second birthday party. Here’s another photo of Tori, below, chugging her sole meal of the day out of a “Team Edward” water bottle while using her kids to help promote the crap she’s selling. It’s just another day in the life of Tori, selling crap and selling her sad life. The American public isn’t buying, and I hope that ABC stays far away from her.
Photo of Tori with the water bottle credit: Startracks.com. Bottles are available at www.eclipsebottles.com. We were not paid for any advertisement and are only using this photo to illustrate that Tori will endorse anything.