Tori Spelling’s reality TV series True Tori has been attacked with rumors that Tori and husband Dean McDermott faked his affair with Emily Goodhand for ratings, but that hasn’t kept viewers from tuning in curiously to see how the couple pieces things back together after Dean strayed with Emily. During Tuesday night’s Season 2 premiere, Spelling finally saw the woman that her husband cheated — or didn’t cheat? — on her with.
“So am I [a] b***h if I say that I think she’s unattractive?”
Ouch! While audiences could be sure that Tori wouldn’t mince words about Emily considering she’s been the cause of a massive amount of stress in her marriage lately, Spelling’s tear-down of Goodhand has to sting coming down across national television. Tori had previously said that Emily was probably “an Amish woman from the 1800s.” You can look below to see if you think Spelling was surprised when she saw what Goodhand actually looked like.
Tori had made an agreement with McDermott to avoid looking at the photos of Emily when they appeared in US Weekly. Clearly, Spelling couldn’t resist the urge to see the face of the woman who scorned her. But any kind of closure Spelling was hoping for by staring down Goodhand may have been short lived. Later in the episiode, Tori went to her therapist to talk about the doubt that “unattractive” Emily had stirred up in her marriage.
“I was completely blown away by what Emily looked like. I found her unattractive. Before this, I would never have felt threatened by that girl.’ I’d be like, ‘My husband would never,’ but now all bets are off… It could be anyone.”
Spelling’s comments tearing down Goodhand’s appearance may have surprised some dedicated fans of the show. Tori had made a point soon after finding out about her husband’s infidelity to say that she did not blame Emily. After all, Spelling and Dean themselves, Tori said, were both bound by marriage at the time they first slept together.
The entertainment press has been extremely critical of the Goodhand storyline on True Tori. TMZ released a story where they abandoned use of the word “allegedly” and flat-out accused Spelling and McDermott of creating an imaginary affair to attract better ratings. Lifetime, which hosts True Tori, has not sought legal action against TMZ for the story, exacerbating the claims that Emily does not exist, according to The Examiner.
— ella belle (@Lisella5) October 22, 2014
I’d bet money that Mary Jo Eustache was feeling the same way Tori is feeling about this fake cheating broad Emily Goodhand. #Unattractive
— I See Stupid People (@TwitAcctCA) October 22, 2014
— ✨RealityTvScandals✨ (@MissAmiaSays) July 26, 2014
Do you think Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott invented Emily Goodhand for ratings?
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