The Spelling family feud continues today as Candy Spelling extends her war of words against daughter Tori.
In the letter, published on TMZ, Candy refers to her daughter as "a middle-aged reality show star," and claims that she agreed to go to granddaughter Stella's first birthday party, but backed out when she realized their first meeting would be broadcast on television.
Tori told "Extra" that she was extending the invite to her mother, saying, "She's Stella's only living grandparent." Candy, who insists that her grandchildren have become "reality show props," recently told "Extra" that she wanted to patch things up with the "90210" star -- off-air. "The truth is, I don't want to discuss things with her on her show."
Candy expressed interest in reconciling with Tori -- but Tori told "Extra" that if her mother wants to contact her, she needs to do so without involvement of the media. "She's welcome to contact me," the "Home Sweet Hollywood" star revealed. "Privately."
Tori Spelling and hubby Dean McDermott stopped by "Extra" and dished about how they've broken the reality TV couples breakup curse, but not before Mario got Tori's answer to the question every reality star has to answer: Would she do "Dancing with the Stars"? Check out the video to find out!
Tori Spelling and hubby Dean McDermott live out their lives as Tinseltown parents in "Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood," but the former "90210" star tells "Extra" she hopes the media will take a break on embattled reality couple Kate and Jon Gosselin.
"I was actually a huge fan of the show. It was one of my favorite shows," Tori reveals. "Now, it seems to have gone to an odd place... I loved the fact that they were a normal family. They weren't in Hollywood. They were real, and it's hard for me now to see them on the cover of People Magazine... I was like, 'Wow, I'm not watching a celebrity family on TV. I'm actually watching a real family and I want to know what that's like so I can relate to that.'"
Spelling went on, confessing that she feels sorry for the Gosselin family's newfound media scrutiny. "So now it's gone to a whole different level and I feel bad for them. I hope they're prepared for what they are going through and just know that this too shall pass... next week, it will be someone else on the cover and you can go about your life. Good luck to them."
Tori keeps busy with acting and mothering tots Liam and Stella, but says she would consider shaking it on "Dancing with the Stars" in the future! "If I had the time," Tori says. "Right now, our children are so young, it's hard. When we're not working, it's all them, all the time. So I can't imagine taking on the daunting task. When I do something, I don't do it half-assed... If I was going to do it, I would do the training seven hours a day and put in my time... maybe one day."
"Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood" airs Tuesdays at 10 PM on Oxygen.
Stella, the daughter of Tori Spelling and Dylan McDermott, celebrated her first birthday with a star-studded bash with her parents' pals!
Over 100 guests -- including Melissa Joan Hart, Lisa Rinna, Harry Hamlin, Scott Baio and Larry Birkhead -- helped little Stella celebrate turning 1 at her ladybug-themed birthday bash.
The party featured a tented tennis court, a gardening station, a cookie-decorating station, ladybug sprinklers, a ladybug insect zoo, face painting and pony rides. The kid-friendly band The Jumpitz also performed a selection of song for the tots.
"Stella was clapping her hands and enjoying the music," a party guest dished to People magazine, adding, "and Tori and Liam were singing along to the songs."
The birthday girl covered herself in frosting from her ladybug cake, and was sprayed off by mama Tori when she was done!
Stella's birthday party will be featured in a future episode of "Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood."
Tori and Candy Spelling are involved in one of the biggest Hollywood mother-daughter feuds, but Tori tells "Extra" she's open to reconciliation. The actress confesses, "She has not contacted me. And she's welcome to contact me. Privately."
On Monday, Candy posted a heartfelt plea on her website, asking Tori to "Call me, write me, text me... I want a relationship with you and my grandchildren." Tori admits, "I haven't seen it. I feel a bit clueless."
Spelling also confronted the scrutiny regarding her slimmed-down figure. A recent tabloid cover calls the actress/author anorexic and claims she weighs just 98 pounds, but Tori says, "I was pregnant for like 2 1/2 years. So, I don't think people remember me before then. I'm the same size as I was then."
The mother of two returns to her old zip code tonight in a guest appearance on the CW's "90210" and she tells "Extra" she was nervous about the return. The 35-year-old says, "I totally was such a dork. I went back to that place in high school like, 'What if I wasn't accepted?' But they were great."
Holy Peach Pit! The bad girls of West Beverly High were rumored to be returning to "90210" -- but are Tori Spelling, Jennie Garth and Shannen Doherty really reuniting? Not so fast!
Tori recently dished to "Extra" about reprising her role as Donna Martin, saying, "They've approached me... I hope it works out because I know the fans... we have the most loyal fans in the world," but the recent birth of Spelling's daughter Stella has lead the actress to opt out -- to spend more time with her two kids.
Jennie Garth told "Extra" that she's returning to BH as Kelly Taylor -- and bad girl nemesis Shannen Doherty's guest appearance looks to be a go.
Catch the high school reunion when "90210" returns this fall on the CW!
It's time to gear up for the return of your favorite shows and the debut of new series! Justin Bruening revs it up in "Knight Rider," based on the original show from the '80s, which starred the Hoff. "It's a continuation of the original series," explains Justin.
"90210" is back with a hot new cast -- plus the return of Tori Spelling as Donna Martin and Jennie Garth as Kelly Taylor! "I'm coming back -- I can't believe it," Garth dished to "Extra."
J.J. Abrams -- executive producer of "Lost" -- will debut a new mystery series on FOX called "Fringe." Fellow master of suspense Jerry Bruckheimer's forensic crime drama "Eleventh Hour" comes to CBS. To check out the air times of your favorite series, click here!