Tori Spelling Insults Katie Holmes For No Apparent Reason & Looks Really Mean
It's sad that someone could be this desperate for attention. According to The Huffington Post, Tori Spelling has blasted Katie Holmes in her new book, calling Holmes "plastic" and "miserable" for seemingly no reason other than to simply be mean, and to get people like me to write about it. Oh, Tori.
According to Tori in her new memoir, Spelling It Like It Is, she and Katie Holmes were somewhat friendly back in the day when they were both stars on hit '90s TV shows (Spelling on her father's show, Beverly Hills, 90210, and Holmes on Dawson's Creek). Apparently in 2012, Spelling and Holmes ran into each other, and Spelling says she attempted conversation by pulling the "mommy card," whatever that is.
It's at this point that Spelling gets nasty, saying Holmes claimed not to even know Spelling had kids: "Come on. Okay, I know you're busy. But you’re in the public eye. Don’t tell me you don’t follow the tabloids. Don’t tell me you don’t know anything about other celebrities and their kids... She was just plastic. In a perfectly polite way."
She doesn't stop there, though. "I was sweating. My pits were drenched," she reportedly continues in the book. "I never sweat. It was that awkward. I thought, I know you’re not a robot because you can’t sing for shit. (Oh my God, I’m a mean person.) As my anxiety faded, I just felt sorry for her. I hadn’t expected her to reminisce, but this was a totally different person from the girl I’d met at Trader Vic’s. I felt sad for her. Those paparazzi photos, the ones where she looks like she’s miserable but putting on a happy face? That’s what she looked like in person."
This is just unnecessarily rude. Why call out another actress (who is clearly going through her own issues with the divorce from crazy-man Tom Cruise) like that? The only reasons are either that she felt slighted by Holmes and wanted to take revenge, or she just didn't really mind stepping on Holmes just to get more people to read her book — both astonishingly classless, shitty moves. And go figure: I have no more desire to pick up her book now than I did before reading these comments. Funny how that works.
AND FOR THE RECORD, she's not that bad: