Tori Spelling debuts Baby Bump on Mario Lopez’s EXTRA interview

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Tori Spelling and her baby bump made a big debut at The Grove in Los Angeles when Spelling and hubby Dean McDermott checked in with Extra’s Mario Lopez for some “baby talk” today. While dressed in a long orange Mandarin-style dress and signature red lips, Tori Spelling looked completely put together and not uncomfortable at all. She announced her pregnancy for real on Monday on Twitter, exclaiming to the millions of fans out there that “it’s official . . . Dean & I are PREGNANT.” The public couldn’t expect a more forward and direct response to the burgeoning questions surrounding her sudden weight gain other than that.


The 90210 alumna and her husband, a mainstay of Lifetimemovies, have already spent a lot of time discussing their marital bliss (and un-bliss) on a spate of reality shows in recent years, following their creation of a destination B&B to their marriage woes last year. Tori has never NOT been a figure of controversy, whether portraying a perpetual virgin among wild children on her former drama show or being left out of her father Aaron Spelling’s considerable estate at his death. However, it is their growing family that everyone associates with Tori Spelling these days.

“I have actually been much sicker this pregnancy than the other two,” she exclaimed during the interview. Her other children, Stella, 2, and Liam, 4, were not there at the time but they are well-known to the family’s fans through the Spelling-McDermott reality shows. The most recent one highlights their attempts to help others have sTORIbook weddings! Tori Spelling, brand manager of her own self, ladies and gentlemen!

Regardless of her nauseousness, her baby bump will certainly become an important figure in the tabloids in the months to come. Do you think that Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott should do yet another reality show–maybe about how their constant moving (they are selling their house AGAIN) affects their kids’ sense of continuity? Or do they just need to take some downtime for a while?

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