Tori: I’ll go on without Dean!
Tori Spelling has declared her reality show True Tori will keep even without the involvement of her husband Dean McDermott.
Her actor husband has recently spoken out about his depression, and has confessed he’s had enough of airing their marital woes in the public domain. But Tori has revealed she’ll keep her show on the air regardless.
After confirming Dean had in fact opted out of the Lifetime reality series during a stint on American chat show The Meredith Viera show, she added she didn’t think that meant the end of the road.
“I don’t think so. For me, it’s True Tori. I have a lot more to tell,” she told Meredith.
She went on to explain that the life of her show doesn’t depend on her husband. His infidelity, to which he has openly admitted, has been a focal point of the series but apparently she’s got other things to bring to the table.
“I’m a mom. I’m a woman,” Tori insisted. “And I want to go on.”
Many have criticized the former actress for making her life so public. But for Tori, it has been a way to deal with her problems.
“I don’t [think it’s too much], because if everything hadn’t been made as public as it was, I would have chosen to deal with this privately with my husband. I just chose to deal with it because it was my journey, my truth and women everywhere go through this. I wanted to put it out there,” the blonde beauty explained.
“It’s completely cathartic for me. And it’s very individual. I know everyone has an opinion about me putting my life and relationship out there. It’s something, I needed that. I didn’t have a voice for so long, it’s almost the way I was raised.”
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