'Tori Spelling: Celebrity Lie Detector' Show -- Anything For A Buck?

Amy Feinstein

File this one under an odd way to make a buck and seek attention. On October 3, Tori Spelling: Celebrity Lie Detector will air as a one-hour special where she will air all of the things her fans are "dying to know" about herself and her castmates on Beverly Hills 90210. She will literally be hooked up to a polygraph and answer questions.

The Inquisitr reports that Spelling has been in the news lately for things other than her acting. First, she was seriously burned when she tripped and hit a cooking surface at Benihana. Then, it came out that she bleaches the hair of her children so they match her own bleach blonde look. Both have evoked questions and criticism.

"The special, hosted by Louise Roe, promises a 'no-holds-barred' conversation that is "raw, unfiltered, and provides an inside look unlike any other celebrity-profile," according to a statement from the network.

"Host Louise Roe after answering a barrage of questions about the behind-the-scenes drama on the legendary Fox series: Did you lose your virginity to one of the cast members? Were you a part of the call to have Shannen Doherty fired? Is it true he [father Aaron Spelling, we presume] only left you $800,000?"

Spelling laughs and replies, "You're good, Louise Roe. Yes, but I'm not gonna tell you who it is."

And of course, Spelling is telling all about who she slept with on the cast, other than her boyfriend at the time, Brian Austin Green.

"I've never [said this]. Half my friends don't even know this," she says at one point.

The host manages to get Spelling to eliminate Ian Ziering as A possibility (Sorry, Ian!), which narrows it down to Jason Priestley and Luke Perry.

Spelling says she is doing this to set the record straight because "there are so many lies in the tabloids." She also said she is doing this out of loyalty to her fans so they know she is telling the 100 percent truth. (So her fans can also assume she is doing this not for money, but out of the goodness of her heart, right?)

"Because there's so many tabloids and it's really hard to know what the truth is," she tells Roe. "This is the only way celebrities are ever going to be able to be in an interview and be able to say something and fans know if they are 100 percent telling the truth. So I thought this would be probably my one and only chance to set the record straight."

Will you tune in to watch Tori Spelling: Celebrity Lie Detector and The Unauthorized Beverly Hills 90210 on Saturday night?

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