I think when it comes to Tori Spelling...you either love her or you hate her. But I just have to say...I LOVE Tori. Is she spoiled? Completely. Is she sometimes a little annoying? Absolutely. Is she a bit overdramatic at times? Of course. So I guess that is why I love her. I am all of those things too (except I don't have millions of dollars). I have watched Tori & Dean's show since it first aired as Inn Love and I think every season gets better and better. I think that has something to do with the addition of Stella and Liam.
Also, in light of the whole sad and depressing Jon & Kate drama, I think I finally realized why I love this show. It is funny, sweet and as real as a reality show is ever going to get. Tori hides nothing. She walks around without make-up, she farts, she cries, she admits her faults, she makes fun of herself AND best of all...she acts like a real mom. Yes, she has a full-time baby nurse and she has more money than I will ever see in a lifetime...but she does struggle with all the same mommy issues as everyone else. Is she working too much, how should she handle liam's tantrums, what happens when both parents have to work at the same time, what should she cook for dinner, etc. And she never tries to pretend like her life is so normal. Her and Dean are actors, they are in the Hollywood spotlight and there is a lot of pressure. I guess I just like that they both own up to that, instead of trying to say "oh we are just like everyone else" even though you can see that they are like every other new set of parents just trying to figure things out. Anyway, I am going to get off my soap box now. I guess I just wanted to say that if you are sick of sad/depressing reality shows about family and want something to lighten the mood...check out the next episode of Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood.
And on the subject of Tori, if you are looking for an interesting summer-read, I say pick of sTORI Telling.
I thought the book was funny and honest and gives you a lot of insight into her fantastic (and not so fantastic) life. Also, she recently published her second book, Mommywood, and I hear that is pretty funny too. I haven't read it yet, but I did pick it up at Target and I will let you all know what I think when I am done :-)
So...anyone else a Tori Spelling fan?