Sunday, July 26, 2009

CANDY SPELLING LASHES OUT AT TORI AGAIN

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TO: MIDDLE-AGED REALITY SHOW STARS (LIKE MY DAUGHTER)
FROM: CANDY SPELLING
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Tori Spelling


Candy Spelling is starting up another feud with her estranged daughter Tori, e-mailing a bizarre rant about the former star to gossip website TMZ. The mother and daughter have waged a war of words ever since father Aaron Spelling died in 2006, with Candy going public with the fact she has yet to meet her 13-month-old granddaughter. The relationship became even more strained after she blamed Tori for her husband’s death, insisting that the estrangement from Tori, "killed my husband. He just didn’t want to live after that." And now, Candy has sent in a e-mail to the famed site. Candy lashes out at Tori’s dramatisation of their troubled relationship in the star’s reality TV show Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood. And Candy is furious she was invited to meet her granddaughter, Stella, on her birthday last month for the first time as part of the television show plot line. In the e-mail, Spelling allegedly writes, "I did get an invitation just in time for the RSVP deadline. I’m sure its delivery will be on next week’s episode with some comment about my house or driveway or street or something they won’t like. I wonder if that will be spread out over one part or two. Sigh. "A big party wasn’t how I envisioned meeting my granddaughter for the first time; but, hey, this is Hollywood, and my grandchildren have become reality show props, too. At the time I e-mailed ‘yes,’ I didn’t realize I was being set up for a two-parter (episode), even though it was clear I was being invited to be part of a segment for my daughter’s reality show. "Spoiler alert. Don’t read this if you plan to sit through an hour of people looking at their watches and saying ’she’s late.’ I decided my first meeting with my granddaughter should be on home video, not prime time cable; so I e-mailed that I would not be attending." She adds, "For all the reality show personalities, please remember that real life doesn’t get edited to make things better or worse or get better ratings. You’re responsible for what you do. Life isn’t just a show. And your families can’t just be props. Make your own season finale without creating conflicts you will regret later."
Photos By: Sara de Boer/Retna

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