Tori Spelling is about to release her autobiography. Nice. We’ll finally get the inside dirt on what went down on the set of 90210. I’m stoked. However, People mag published a few passages from Tori’s autobio, and I have to say, I’m a little disappointed. I suspect her confessions will be no more informative than the 90210 E! True Hollywood Story, but I’m keeping my fingers crossed.
Here are what People (Magazine) considers to be the most interesting excerpts-
Tori….on why she wrote an autobiography:
“I spent so many years in the media having people tell stories about my life, so I figured I might as well tell the true stories about my life this time. Nobody’s read it! Not even [my husband] Dean!”
Umm, I don’t care about that even a little. Onto some Bev 9 gossip.
On Brian Austen Green:
“I had an insta-crush on Brian Austen Green. Brian was the only guy on the show my age. We had something going over the years we worked together. We were always fighting, making up, having fun and hating each other. We were just young.”
I’m bored already. Tori, did you mean to say, “We were always fighting, making OUT, having fun and hating each other”? Because otherwise I am uninterested in your relationship with Brian. For the sake of your memoir, I sorely hope there’s some subtext involved in that quote.
On Luke Perry:
“As for Luke Perry, he called me ‘Camel’ because I had long eyelashes. Trust me, Luke Perry can call you ‘Camel’ and make it sexy.”
Hmmm, that’s maybe something you should keep to yourself? Chances are it was never intended you hear Luke dub you as “camel.” Especially if the situation I have created below is at all a reflection of the first time you heard Luke refer to you with that nickname:
Jason (Priestly): Hey, have you seen Tori?
Luke: No, I haven’t seen that camel around.
Tori: I’m right here. Did you just call me a camel?
Luke: Oh, hey, I didn’t see you there, Tori. Uhh, yeah. Camel. It’s sexy. I love your eyelashes. They’re so long.
On Shannen Doherty:
“Shannen had everything, but she could be arrogant and carefree. Jennie [Garth] was outspoken when she thought Shannen was out of line. Sometimes they got along, but there were explosions. Once they got into a fistfight.”
“A night with [Shannen] meant going to the hottest club and drinking until the early hours. I knew she was a ‘bad influence,’ but I liked her anyway.”
Is it just me, or does Shannen sound totally fun? Minus the fistfighting.