Remember Tori Spelling? She was the one from Beverly Hills 90210 who isn't really all that famous any more. No, wait, that's everyone who was ever in Beverly Hills 90210.
Anyway, Tori Spelling – the one from Beverly Hills 90210 that wasn't Jason Priestley, Luke Perry, Shannen Doherty or Hilary Swank – has just got married. Consider your lives enriched, folks!
Reality TV has rekindled the fame flame of some really undeserving people. Jessica Simpson, for example, would be working at McDonalds now if she was left with just her music career to fend with (Remember I Wanna Love You Forever? Thought not) but make her a string of stupid things to her husband on reality TV, and she's a megastar. This is also the case with Tori Spelling.
After Beverly Hills 90210, Tori Spelling sort of schlepped about becoming less and less famous. And then So NoTORIous, a sort of scripted VH-1 reality TV sitcom, came out. And Tori Spelling is sort of famous again. Which is just as well, because Tori Spelling gets up to all kinds of kerrazy celebrity shenanigans. Like getting married, getting divorced and then getting married to someone else really quickly.
When world's third-best dog owner Tori Spelling met Dean McDermott last year, Tori was married to Charlie Shanian and Dean was married to Mary Jo Eustace, his wife of 12 years. The couple fell in love, divorced their spouses and got engaged. And yesterday, Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott got married on a private island in Fiji, with no shoes on. Just like Keith Richards did, although he didn't get married, he fell out of a coconut tree onto his head, but you get the idea. Speaking to People, Tori said:
"We didn't want to wait another day to get married."
While Dean McDermott said:
"I've never had as much of a desire to get married and make a woman my
wife as I've had with her. The feeling is overwhelming. We're soul
Actually, that's not creepy or weird. It's sweet. Wait, what's that? Dean McDermott has got a giant tattoo of Tori Spelling on his shoulder? OK, that's creepy and weird.
[story by Stuart Heritage]