March 11, 2007 |
NEW-mother-to-be Tori Spelling hasn't settled on a baby name yet, but she promises it won't be something crazy. "Tori & Dean: Inn Love," a new reality show that documents her Temecula bed-and-breakfast and her new relationship with her second husband, Dean McDermott, premieres March 20 on Oxygen. Spelling spent 10 years on "Beverly Hills, 90210" and is the daughter of the late Aaron Spelling, one of TV's great creative forces. She will not be broadcasting her child's birth.
December 14, 2009 |
Candy Spelling is already famous or infamous; it can be hard to tell these days. The wife of the late TV mogul Aaron Spelling, she's also owner of one of the most expensive homes in the country -- complete with a doll museum and three rooms devoted to gift wrap -- and mother to " Beverly Hills 90210" star Tori Spelling, with whom she's had a publicly tumultuous relationship for years. Now she enters that not-so-rarefied world of fringe celebrities on reality TV. Tonight at 10, she will be the anchor judge on the new Ryan Seacrest-produced E!
September 18, 2012 |
Tori Spelling is recovering after an emergency surgery brought the new mom to the hospital this weekend. Spelling, who along with husband Dean McDermott welcomed a new son, Finn Davey, on Aug. 30, required treatment after an invasive birthing experience. "Tori Spelling underwent emergency surgery over the weekend due to complications from her C-section," a rep for Spelling told the Ministry in an email. "She remains in the hospital and is resting comfortably. " This is Spelling's fourth baby (and her second C-section in the same year)
February 7, 2013 |
Tori Spelling stranded on the side of the road? Does a mother of four even have time to get stranded on the side of the road? Apparently, the answer is yes. "4 kids. 1 dog. 1 car leaking gas broken down on the side of the road= not a great road trip," Spelling posted to Twitter on Wednesday, along with the above photo of herself with kids Liam, 5, Stella, 4, and Hattie, 1, arm around new baby Finn, who was born in August. Oh, and don't forget the dog. It's not clear if hubby Dean McDermott was along for the ride, so we're not sure who took this classic photo of a frustrating family moment.
August 31, 2012 |
Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott welcomed a fourth baby Thursday evening, making it two boys and two girls in their well-televised family. Finn Davey joined Liam, Stella and Hattie in the McDermott clan at 5:39 p.m., weighing 6 pounds, 6 ounces and measuring 20 inches. The fact that Finn was a boy was news to Spelling and her husband on Thursday. PHOTOS: Hollywood's baby boom "It's the biggest surprise you can ever get in your life," Spelling told the Ministry on Tuesday, while she was in full pregnancy mode at the Boys & Girls Club of Burbank with Dean, Liam and Stella, busting a little kiddie boredom.
HOME & GARDEN
April 11, 2011 |
Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott have listed their Encino home for sale at $3,199,000. The six-bedroom, 61/2-bathroom Tuscan-style villa, built in 2001, sits behind gates on a tree-lined street. The 6,718-square-foot home features a two-story entry, a silver-leafed coffered ceiling in the dining room, an office, a den and a master bedroom suite with a sitting area, a fireplace and a balcony. The kitchen opens to a family room. French doors from the public rooms lead to landscaped grounds with a saline pool and spa, a putting green, an outdoor living room, an organic garden and a small vineyard.
April 13, 2012 |
Actors Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott have listed their house in Malibu for sale at $2.675 million. The recently renovated 2,300-square-foot house sits on 1.73 acres covered in native plants and fruit trees. The single-story home, built in the 1960s, features 100-year-old French oak floors, three bedrooms and 21/2 bathrooms. Custom-built sliding doors lead outside to multiple decks and sitting areas. There is a chicken coop and a small horse corral. Spelling, 38, played Donna Martin in "Beverly Hills, 90210" (1990-2000)
April 15, 2012 |
Like it or not, plastic surgery is here to stay. Sure, some people will tout the virtues of self-acceptance and aging gracefully and lament that the rise of cosmetic procedures (including fillers, Botox and the like) signifies the swift decline of civilization. But in reality, as long as people see a benefit -- be it in their work, personal or sex lives -- from looking younger or correcting perceived flaws, plastic surgery will continue to be a solution. According to statistics from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, 13,828,726 cosmetic procedures -- including the minimally invasive as well as the surgical -- were done in the U.S. last year.