What. A. Mess. That's really all I can say after watching last night's premiere of "True Tori," the Tori Spelling/Dean McDermott docu-series on Lifetime.
The show, which only recently began filming, promises viewers an almost REAL TIME look at Tori and Dean as they work on their marriage and the aftermath of his cheating scandal. You might remember that US Weekly broke the story of McDermott's 2 day tryst with Emily Goodhand last December.
Last night's episode opened with Tori telling the story of how she found out about the affair. I found her to look unhealthy -- her face is too skinny and tired looking...but it seems like she's looked that way for a long time. A lot of her mannerisms seemed forced as she tried to justify taking her drama to television for the world to see.
"I want to take take the power back," she said, explaining that the "wrong story" was always printed by the media. Trust me when I say there was NO power in what I proceeded to watch. None.