Tori Spelling just wrapped filming on one reality show and she's already promoting another.
Having welcomed cameras into her home to document her family's scripted shenanigans several times before, Tori knows just what the public wants to hear.
Namely, more dirt on Dean McDermott's affair with Emily Goodhand.
These days, Emily is bracing audiences for Tori & Dean: Cabin Fever, which is soon to premiere on Great American Country.
While the show was actually filmed before news of the McDermott's cheating went public, Tori is playing to her strengths and openly discussing her marital woes with interviewers.
Yesterday, Tori paid a visit to E! News and discussed her desire to tell her kids about Dean's infidelity:
"I hope to be able to have a very candid conversation with them one day because I hope we will have made it through this and made it out on the other side," says Spelling.
"We made it through, and we can talk about it freely and say, 'You know, things aren't always easy and you've got to work on a relationship, and sometimes things happen that isn't great but you move forward. I hope that's the case and I hope to be able to talk to them about it."
It's a fairly mature insight from a woman who's usually anything but.
For a moment, we were actually impressed by Tori. Then she went and claimed that she and Dean are proof that "love conquers all."
Oh, Tori. Don't you think you're counting your chickens before they've hatched? Give it a year or two before you declare victory.
Besides, we still might find out you made the whole thing up: