Tori Spelling Tell-All Memoir

Tori SpellingFormer Beverly Hills 90210 star Tori Spelling, daughter of deceased TV guru Aaron Spelling, has achieved some recent notoriety on VH1’s “So NoTORIous” celebreality show (which I’ve never seen and have no plans to.) Apparently she’s trying to capitalize on her minor comeback with a tell-all book. Her publisher says,

“We all think we know who Tori Spelling is because she has grown up in the public eye, but her book will give readers a chance to know the real Tori.” -Jennifer Bergstrom, Vice President and Publisher of Simon Spotlight

Gee, I can’t wait. I’ve been dying to know if my preconceived notions of what it’s like to grow up surrounded by hundreds of millions of dollars compare to the reality of growing up surrounded by hundreds of millions of dollars. Isn’t she 33 or something like that? Too young for a memoir, I think. I’d like to know what actual percentage of the words in the book she writes herself. Hopefully not much lest it turn out to be like Ivana Trumps’s tell-all memoir that was “loosely” based on her personal experiences. This is the woman, by the way, who says, in the movie The First Wives Club, “Don’t get mad, girls. Get everything.” And yes, it was typecasting. Explicit, blatant, outright, intentional typecasting.

By the way, if you’re convinced, like I was, that Tori Spelling is a bigtime heiress with millions, think again. Those crazy assumptions about her celebrity lifestyle are, again, smashed by this story on People.com, which claims she only got a little less than $1 million.

Okay… still not caring. Still not convinced. Still living in the real world where the richest 2% own 50% of the world’s assets and the bottom 50% own only 1% of the assets.

In other important celebrity news, Jennifer Aniston and Vince Vaughn have decided to “part ways.” Dang it! I always thought they were such a cute couple.

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