Tori Spelling & Dean McDermott are open to having more kids and publicity

The more I hear from Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott, the more I think they’re grifters who are perfect for each other. The last time we talked about their marriage was about a year ago. Dean called the cops on Tori twice, the first time over an argument they had after he came home in the middle of the night. Somehow they turned that into a war with the paparazzi after they invited them to photograph a family outing. Of course they stayed together to milk the publicity and spend other people’s money, rinse and repeat. Tori is single-handedly talking up the 90210 reboot that hasn’t even started filming. So it’s Dean’s time to promote his latest venture, for TapOut boxing fitness. He’s been calling out trolls and outlets who criticize him, as he knows that will get him some coverage. Now he’s playing coy about whether or not he’ll have more kids with Tori. They have five children together between the ages of 2 and 12 and Dean was not on board with having the last one (he wanted a vasectomy in 2013), but but he knows that sounding open to it will make us talk about him.

The bigger, the better? Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott revealed that they aren’t opposed to the idea of having a sixth child together.

The chef, 52, told Us Weekly exclusively that he was “good” with the size of his family on February 6 at Tapout Fitness in Woodland Hills, where he teaches a boxing class, but went on to admit, “We have so many kids that we have now to enjoy, but I look at [Spelling], and she has this gleam in her eyes, like, ‘I can do more.’”

The Beverly Hills, 90210 alum, 45, added: “We’re happy with our big brood, and they love on each other so much. … It’s so great we have the enjoyment of every age.”

[From US Magazine]

Last March, Tori said of the potential for having another kid that “I can’t imagine dad being sane if we have one more. It would push dad over the edge. He’s doing the best he can!” It takes one to know one Tori. Hopefully for their kids’ sake they won’t have another one although they do see them as money-makers so it’s not out of the question. Maybe they’re gauging interest.

Look at Dean’s face.

Why does Tori’s head look so f’ing big?

photos credit: WENN, and via Instagram

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  1. Bebe says:

    They are both such losers.

  2. Zapp Brannigan says:

    That is the face of a man that has looked into the abyss and regrets everything.
    Sucks to be you, Dean.

  3. PhillyGal says:

    I worry about those kids, with parents who are so thirsty and more than willing to use their children for attention and press. They never seem happy and carefree like children should be.

  4. minx says:

    Of course they are.

  5. Bryn says:

    No, just stop please. Pay back all the people you owe money and raise the kids you have.

  6. KBeth says:

    They are both pathetic. Candy is smart to be tight with those purse strings.
    Why is Dean referred to as “the chef”?
    ….because he was on a cooking show for 5 minutes? Lol

  7. Mabs A'Mabbin says:

    Marshmallow family.

  8. SarSte says:

    Every time I see a picture of those children, they look like they are all just showing their teeth, not smiling with their eyes. How many years until the inevitable tell-alls?

    • Allie says:

      Liam will be 18 in 6 years. But my money is on Hattie being the one who writes the tell-all. I watched a Thanksgiving special with Tori and Dean on it and Hattie was giving them all kinds of attitude (and I was cheering her on.) Hattie seems to very clearly be Tori’s least favorite. I believe Hattie will be 18 in about 10 1/2 years.

  9. elimaeby says:

    I know I comment this on every post about them, but my god do those kids look miserable. They seem to have the weight of the world on them and they’re just little ones. It makes me so sad and angry at these two that they keep bringing more people into this depressing charade of a family.

    • HelloSunshine says:

      I think the same thing every post. I feel bad commenting on the kids because it’s their parents that suck but my goodness, they consistently look unhappy. I’m hoping that they are happy kids who just happen to not like having their pictures taken.

      I also really hope Candy is leaving these kids money that their parents can’t touch and that the kids use some for therapy and a reliable financial advisor.

  10. NotHeidisGirl says:

    No. No. NO!

  11. SuperStef says:

    These people need to stop breeding!

  12. RBC says:

    I bet ten bucks she is already pregnant. They just have to break the news to Candy “aka Bank of Spelling “Did the tabloids ever figure out if “Emily Goodhand” was a real person that Dean was supposed to have had affair with?

  13. maggi says:

    I wonder what it is like to have a mom who has changed herself to look significantly different than the kid. I can’t imagine feeling anything other than rejection and self loathing, with the only solution being to get on the surgery wagon for life.
    Infants’ brains require stimulation in the form of animation in the caregiver’s face. It seems to me there will be a generation of affluent children growing up without the benefit of basic brain development, another price of vanity and botox.

  14. lucy2 says:

    I’m just shocked to hear he has a job.

  15. Oliviajoy1995 says:

    Girl can’t pay her Amex bill and gets her bank accounts garnished by the IRS, so yeah, seems like having another kid is something they would do. That guarantees more money from her mother I’m sure. It’s funny her brother is a life coach and doesn’t even bother coaching his sister.

  16. lee says:


  17. Deanne says:

    Tori and Dean are huge, grifting a-holes, who are living their Karma ever day. I don’t feel sorry for either of them in the least. The children are another matter. The kids always look unhappy and unkempt. Not in the way normal kids look messy either. They constantly look like they are not properly cared for. They are trotted out for staged photos and always look miserable. Their smiles are forced and they all look stressed. Even the little ones look miserable. They can’t even pay their bills. Why they’d want to bring another innocent into the mix is beyond me.

    • lucy2 says:

      I feel bad for the kids too. I imagine there’s very little structure or attention to them in that household, and a lot of drama and tension.

      • Deanne says:

        It’s probably very chaotic and I’m positive that she and Dean do nothing to spare the kids from the drama. Tori even included Stella in a grift with that Stella’s Slime business that took orders and never delivered the merchandise. How low do you have to be to use your child to scam the public ? Pretty damn low.

  18. kookila says:

    If I can play armchair psychologist for a moment, it sounds like Tori likes the acquisition more than she likes maintenance. Case in point, doesn’t she have tons of storage units full of things she’s bought over the years, things that won’t fit into her rental house? Things that she probably should sell to pay all of her bills? Similar with kids, she loves the process of having the baby and the attention, the photo ops, but when it comes to follow through, it seems like she drops the ball. Having one kid is hard, having five sounds really really hard, why is she making life harder for herself? Deal with what you have right now Tori, you’ll thank yourself in the future!

  19. S says:

    I know they keep saying these things for attention, but I can’t with 45+ female celebs who play all cutesy coy will they/won’t they about having children (more, or any). Yes, they likely have the financial resources required (or, in Tori’s case, Candy does) to make a child a legit possibility, via IVF/egg donation/surrogacy, etc., but the odds she’s gonna accidentally fall pregnant, as hinted at here, even for someone who was once as obviously fertile as this dim bulb, are slim to, statistically, basically none. At 45-46, which Spelling is, you have about the same odds of becoming naturally preggers, without any sort of medical assistance, as winning the Powerball. It’s one of those, yeah, it theoretically could happen, but it almost certainly will not scenarios.

  20. Ruyana says:

    Sorry, I just can’t with them. The top picture their children, as usual, looked like they dressed themselves by pulling random clothes from laundry baskets. Also, and I know this really is mean, but Tori and Dean’s genes combine to make some *really* unattractive kids.

  21. Gina says:

    I’m convinced Candy gives her an allowance of some sort that is for the kids. I think she keeps having kids to get more money.

  22. smcollins says:

    I swear in that last pic she just photoshopped her head onto someone else’s body. These two are exhausting, and beyond desperate.

  23. Jana says:

    That vasectomy ploy on Dean’s part…what a bunch of BS. Go into any Planned Parenthood and ask for help with birth control. PP will likely help for free. Doesn’t have to be a vasectomy for the love of Pete.

  24. Spicecake38 says:

    Children are sponges,they absorb EVERYTHING,and these poor,sweet kids look as if they know so much more of their parents drama than they ever should.IDK the order of the children age wise,but the eldest 3(I think) look sad,deflated,the girls especially.Please don’t have another child,nurture the ones you already have.

  25. paddingtonjr says:

    Doesn’t he owe alimony or child support to the ex for his oldest child?

  26. Kim says:

    Considering he claims that he can’t even make child support payments regarding his eldest son, maybe they should reconsider…

  27. ferdinand says:

    Please stop!
    I went to UARK and one of my teachers had 5 kids, and got pregnant with a 6th during the semester, later on she confessed me she really didn’t want any more kids after the 3rd but because her religion, she didn’t believe in contraceptives and that she was willing to have as many children as God would send her.

    I didnt’ know what to say then I still don’t know what to say today when I read things like this.