Candy Spelling is used to being in the spotlight, but nothing can compare to her daughter Tori Spelling broadcasting the aftermath of her husband’s affair on national TV in her reality show ‘True Tori’. Candy sits down with Oprah to tell her all about Tori’s troubled marriage.
Tori Spelling has experienced her fair share of troubles with her mom, Candy Spelling, but the two have mended their relationship, and Candy is supporting daughter, speaking up about her recent tough times. Click to WATCH a sneak peek of Candy’s interview.
Candy Spelling Opens Up To Oprah
Candy Spelling has endured backlash and rumors herself, as the widow of Hollywood legend Aaron Spelling, but she hasn’t experience anything close to her daughter’s nightmarish world — Tori’s husband Dean McDermott cheated on her, battled with drugs and alcohol, left her family for rehab, resulting in the couple broadcasting their tumultuous relationship on True Tori.
In a brand new episode of Oprah: Where Are They Now?, Candy opens up about her own marriage, plus her daughter’s.
“I suppose you could say I was a trophy wife,” Candy says in the sneak peek (watch above). “I was a pretty arm piece.”
She goes on to say that she did a lot more than the public could see in her marriage, and was an integral part of Aaron’s business, handling finances, among other responsibilities. “He was my prince charming.”
Candy Spelling Supports Tori Spelling, After Dean McDermott’s Affair
As for Tori’s marriage, the public has seen it all — and it’s not pretty.
Candy will reveal all about Tori and Dean during the episode, but we do know that she does not like to watch True Tori.
“It is devastating,” Candy previously said on The Talk, HollywoodLife.com reported. “I have to say that I have not been able to watch much of it…it is hard to watch.”
Candy Spelling’s episode of Oprah: Where Are They Now? airs Sunday, June 15 (9/8c) on OWN.
HollywoodLifers, do you think that Candy should be talking about Tori’s marital troubles or is that Tori’s issue to tackle? Let us know.
— Elizabeth Wagmeister