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Tori Spelling ' s Instagram photo, featuring costars Jennie Garth and Gabrielle Carteris, was Dean McDermott Slams 'Coward' Internet 'Trolls' Criticizing Wife Tori Spelling ' s Bikini Photo. RELATED: Tori Spelling ’ s Husband Dean Slams People Body Shaming Their Kids: ‘Horrified and Disgusted’.
When one Instagram user commented, "I'm cringing," another user replied, "yea, the phrase 'trying too hard to be relevant' comes to mind. Although Carteris is in the middle of the photo, and not Spelling , 52-year-old McDermott not surprisingly took offense to the comment and wrote back, "I love how you
Dean McDermott isn't about to let anyone mess with the women of "West Beverly High School."
The actor clapped back at social media trolls who criticized a picture of his wife, Tori Spelling, and her "90210" costars Jennie Garth and Gabrielle Carteris in swimsuits.
"Sunday Family Dinner… @jenniegarth @gabriellecarteris @bh90210 #nomakeup," Tori captioned the Instagram snap showing the women in black bathing suits.
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While the photo was fun and certainly intended to help promote the new "BH90210" series, one person in particular didn't find the snap redeeming, saying the women are "trying too hard to be relevant."
Tori Stafford’s killer wants compensation for ‘unfair’ treatment after being moved from healing lodge back to prison
Terri-Lynne McClintic is seeking a review of the transfer and compensation for her ensuing loss of liberty . When the public learned last year that McClintic was moved from a medium-security prison to the Okimaw Ohci Healing Lodge for Aboriginal Women on Nekaneet First Nation in southern Saskatchewan, there was an outcry of anger and frustration. Tori’s father, Rodney Stafford, led a protest on Parliament Hill and opposition politicians hammered the government on the move in the House of Commons.
Tori Spelling , who is pregnant with her fourth child, showed off her changing form in Malibu yesterday. She despite being a seasoned parent, she was reading up on the first year of motherhood in Growing brood: Tori with husband Dean McDermott and children Liam, Stella and baby Hattie last month.
Tori Spelling ' s made sure to document nearly every moment of baby son Beau's life since his birth last Spring. She shared another sweet moment from Sleepy time: Tori Spelling posted a candid photo of her husband Dean McDermott shirtless and napping with their youngest to Instagram on Sunday.
This prompted Dean to step in and shred the Instagram hater.
"I love how you haters have private accts!!," he wrote back. "Let's see what you trolls look like ya cowards!!!" © Broadimage/REX/Shutterstock Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott attend the Fox Winter All-Star Party during the TCA Winter Press Tour in Los Angeles on Feb. 6, 2019.
Tori didn't speak out on the mean-spirited comments — and there were several of them — but she did respond to a fan who wondered why Shannen Doherty wasn't in the picture with the women, despite the fact that she's starring in the upcoming show and an alum of the faux West Beverly High, where much of the original series took place.
"She isn't here in Vancouver yet but we can't wait till @theshando joins us!" Tori wrote, adding, "We miss her. Xo."
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Tori Spelling seems to be going strong with her husband Dean McDermott . Tori had on a low-cut top with her long blonde locks down and her signature red lipstick on. Tori Spelling on Instagram : “Just doing some last minute Christmas shopping @jenniegarth found a bargain!
But the Tori Spelling and her husband Dean McDermott were horrified when the Instagram post attracted a flurry of negative comments. Many were highly critical of their children, calling them 'obese' with 'greasy hair' and 'wrinkled clothes'. Now McDermott has hit back at the trolls in a furious post
"BH90210," which premieres in August, is set to be a six-episode series. According to reports, the original stars from the popular '90s drama play heightened versions of themselves.
The filming has been best faux high school reunion ever. Or, as Tori put it, it's like going to college.
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"I never got the experience of going away to college after high school (well I went to pretend college on 90210) but now I get to have these beautiful ladies @jenniegarth @gabriellecarteris as my roomies for the summer!" she wrote on Instagram on Sunday.
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Even stars aren't immune to the heartache and embarrassment that comes with getting fired from a job. Wonderwall.com is taking a look back at several actors and actresses who got the boot from major projects, starting with Julianne Moore. During a March 2019 appearance on "Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen," the Oscar winner revealed that she got fired from the 2018 biopic "Can You Ever Forgive Me?" by the drama's original director, Nicole Holofcener, who also co-wrote the screenplay. "I didn't leave that movie; I was fired. Nicole fired me," she said. "I think she didn't like what I was doing [with the character]. … We'd just been kind of rehearsing and doing pre-production and stuff, and I think that her idea of where the character was was different than where my idea of the character was, and so she fired me." Julianne went on to say that she hasn't seen the movie yet "because it's still kind of painful." Added the actress, "It felt bad." Ultimately, the role went to Melissa McCarthy, who earned an Oscar nomination for her performance. Now keep reading to get the scoop on more canned celebs…
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Tori Spelling ' s husband Dean McDermott attempted to silence her critics by posting a lengthy video to Instagram urging everyone to 'stop dragging' his wife over Tori Spelling was recently slammed by fans for charging for a 'virtual meet and greet' in wake of the devastating coronavirus pandemic.
Tori Spelling attended the LA Goes Pink breast cancer event last night alongside her husband , Dean McDermott , and didn’t she look pretty in pink? The actress made sure to co-ordinate with the glittering gala’ s theme in this pink satin polka dot dress by designer to the stars Monique Lhuillier.
During a 2017 interview with Cosmopolitan UK, Megan Fox called getting fired from the "Transformers" franchise "absolutely the low point of my career." Director Michael Bay gave her the boot after she called him "a nightmare to work for" and said that he "wants to be like Hitler on his sets." He wrote her character out of 2011's "Transformers: Dark of the Moon," replacing her with Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's Carly. Megan previously starred in the first two installments in the blockbuster franchise: 2007's "Transformers" and 2009's "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen."
Netflix fired Kevin Spacey from the sixth and final season of "House of Cards" in late 2017 after he was publicly accused of multiple instances of sexual misconduct and sexual assault. The two-time Oscar winner, who executive produced the drama, won a Golden Globe and earned several Emmy nominations over the years for his work as ruthless politician Frank Underwood.
Eliza Dushku joined the CBS show "Bull" in 2017 but was fired after only appearing on three episodes. In December 2018, she revealed why, writing in an op-ed piece for the Boston Globe that she was let go because "I did not want to be harassed." Eliza -- who ultimately reached a $9.5 million confidential settlement with the network after alleging that she'd endured on-set sexual harassment from "Bull" star Michael Weatherly -- said that she was written off after confronting Michael about his behavior, which allegedly included comments about her appearance, inappropriate jokes and sexually charged remarks. "What is hardest to share is the way he made me feel for 10 to 12 hours per day for weeks," Eliza wrote. "This was classic workplace harassment that became workplace bullying. I was made to feel dread nearly all the time I was in his presence."
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Jussie Smollett's fate on "Empire" was unknown in the immediate wake of his arrest for allegedly staging a hate crime against himself in January 2019. But the actor, who starred as Jamal Lyon on the popular FOX series, ultimately got the boot. In February, news broke revealing he'd been suspended and that his character would not appear in the final two episodes of Season 5. Though the charges against him were ultimately dropped, in April, Fox Entertainment and 20th Century Fox TV said in a joint statement that "by mutual agreement, the studio has negotiated an extension to Jussie Smollett's option for Season 6, but at this time there are no plans for the character of Jamal to return to 'Empire.'" In other words, Jussie's run on the show was over. In May came the news that the sixth season would be the show's last.
Lori Loughlin was a fixture on the Hallmark Channel, but that all changed in March 2019. That month, news broke confirming she had been charged with conspiracy to commit mail fraud in a college admissions cheating scheme in which she and her husband allegedly spent $500,000 to guarantee their daughters' admission to the University of Southern California by pretending they were crew team recruits. Shortly after word got out, Crown Media, Hallmark's parent company, announced that it was cutting all ties with Lori, who was promptly written out of the drama series "When Calls the Heart," on which she'd starred for six seasons.
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Peter Jackson fired Ryan Gosling from 2009's "The Lovely Bones" after he gained 60 pounds to play grieving father Jack Salmon, a role that ultimately went to Mark Wahlberg. "We had a different idea of how the character should look," the Oscar-winning actor told The Hollywood Reporter in 2010, adding that he "really believed" the character "should be 210 pounds." The filmmaker apparently disagreed and gave Ryan the boot just days before production started in 2007. "We didn't talk very much during the pre-production process, which was the problem," the actor told THR. "It was a huge movie, and there's so many things to deal with, and he couldn't deal with the actors individually. I just showed up on set, and I had gotten it wrong. … Then I was fat and unemployed."
May 2019 was a rough month for Jenelle Evans. First, husband David Eason shot and killed their dog after Nugget nipped at the couple's daughter. As backlash and concern grew, MTV dropped Jenelle from "Teen Mom 2" -- a show she's been on since it started. "I was upset, I'm still upset, but this is a new chapter for me and my family," Jenelle told Us Weekly at the time. "It's shocking still but I respect their decision and have nothing but love for MTV." Shortly after, it was reported that other reality TV shows were cautiously interested in working with the couple as long as David worked on his anger issues. But after Child Protective Services removed three of the couple's kids from the family home, those plans were seemingly put on the back burner.
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After two seasons, he's out! Jason Mitchell was fired from the Showtime drama "The Chi" in May 2019 over allegations of inappropriate behavior. It's been reported that due to the serious nature of the claims against him, talent agency UTA dropped him as well. He was also fired from the Netflix movie "Desperados" in which he'd been cast as the lead, Deadline reported.
Peter Jackson strikes again! The Oscar-winning director fired Stuart Townsend from the role of Aragorn -- which ultimately went to Viggo Mortenson -- in "The Lord of the Rings." The Irish actor told Entertainment Weekly in 2002, "I was there rehearsing and training for two months, then was fired the day before filming began. … The director wanted me and then apparently thought better of it because he really wanted someone 20 years older than me and completely different."
ABC didn't just fire Roseanne Barr from the reboot of her eponymous sitcom in mid-2018 after she tweeted a racist comment about former Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett. In addition to killing off her onscreen alter ego, the network also rebranded her show as "The Conners" and made sure that the controversial comedian couldn't benefit financially from the spinoff before moving forward with it -- she's technically entitled to the characters because she created them. Ultimately, she gave up her stake in the spinoff so that her former co-workers could keep their jobs.
When Louis CK was accused of sexual misconduct in November 2017, the dominoes in his career empire quickly began to fall. The once-acclaimed comedian, who took accountability for his actions, was removed from a multitude of projects including "Better Things" and "The Secret Life of Pets 2" (Patton Oswalt took over the role of Jack Russell terrier Max in the animated film). FX, HBO and Netflix also all cut ties with him. He's since slowly started to return to the stand-up stage.
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In early 2011, Warner Bros. fired Charlie Sheen from the hit sitcom "Two and a Half Men" following a series of bizarre headline-making incidents involving the four-time Emmy nominee -- from publicly blasting showrunner Chuck Lorre to multiple rehab stints, a drug-related hospitalization, an assault arrest and more. The production company sent an 11-page letter to the actor's lawyer explaining that they gave him the boot because they had a "reasonable good faith opinion" that he "committed felony offenses involving moral turpitude" that "interfere[d] with his ability to fully and completely render all material services required" under his contract.
In 2013 -- two years after he got the boot from "Two and a Half Men" -- Charlie Sheen texted Selma Blair to tell her that he got her fired from the short-lived "Anger Management" TV series after he found out that she was complaining about his work ethic (or lack thereof) behind his back to crew members. Though there'd always been plans to eventually phase out her character from the show, that process was expedited after the troubled star gave producers of the FX sitcom an ultimatum: either fire the actress or he'd quit.
After portraying the title character in 2008's "The Incredible Hulk," Edward Norton got the boot from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. In July 2010, Marvel Studios released a statement explaining why they decided to seek out another actor to bring Bruce Banner to life: "Our decision is definitely not one based on monetary factors, but instead rooted in the need for an actor who embodies the creativity and collaborative spirit of our other talented cast members. 'The Avengers' demands players who thrive working as part of an ensemble. … We are looking to announce a name actor who fulfills these requirements, and is passionate about the iconic role in the coming weeks." Mark Ruffalo ultimately won the part.
Lisa Lampanelli told Us Weekly in May 2019 that she "got fired off 'Despicable Me 3' as the voice of Valerie, and Jenny Slate got the job." Said the retired stand-up comedian, "Joke's on her -- I got paid anyway! She had to do the work. I love you, Jenny! Thank you for earning me some money! Isn't that amazing?" Lisa didn't specify why she got the boot from the 2017 cartoon.
Suzanne Somers got evicted from "Three's Company" after five seasons on the hit sitcom when she asked for equal pay to match what co-star John Ritter was making. "Being fired from 'Three's Company' took [a lot of] work from me … to not be angry," she told Yahoo Entertainment in 2018. "I was fired from the No. 1 show at the height of my success, and I couldn't get a job in television. … I couldn't get an interview, I was considered trouble."
After a whopping 12 seasons on "Criminal Minds," Thomas Gibson got the boot following an alleged physical altercation with a writer on set -- the writer claimed that the actor kicked him in the leg during a creative dispute. "There were creative differences on the set and a disagreement. I regret that it occurred. We all want to work together as a team to make the best show possible. We always have and always will," Thomas told TMZ. But ABC Studios and CBS Television Studios had other things in mind.
Eric Stoltz was originally cast as Marty McFly -- Michael J. Fox's most iconic role -- in 1985's "Back to the Future." But a few weeks into shooting the sci-fi comedy, director Robert Zemeckis and writer Bob Gale realized that the young method actor, who was known for his work in dramatic films, wasn't bringing the right comedic energy to the part. They replaced him with the "Family Ties" star, and the rest is history!
Lisa Bonet shot into the spotlight starring as Denise Huxtable on "The Cosby Show." But after the first three seasons, she was pushed out of the family sitcom and moved onto "A Different World," which Bill Cosby also created. (When David Letterman asked her during a 1986 interview why she'd want to leave the hit series, she replied, "They told me to?") After just one season on the spinoff, Cosby had her character return to the original show, from which he soon fired her over "creative differences." The rumor mill has long maintained that her racy role in 1987's "Angel Heart," a topless photo shoot for a 1987 issue of Interview magazine and her 1988 pregnancy with daughter Zoe Kravitz were really to blame.
Clayne Crawford got the boot from the "Lethal Weapon" TV series in mid-2018 following a string of bad behavior, including a highly publicized on-set blowup. (Co-star Damon Wayans Jr. later accused him of assault and emotional abuse.) Though the police procedural continued for another season without him, FOX ultimately canceled it in early 2019.
Shonda Rhimes gave Isaiah Washington the boot from "Grey's Anatomy" in 2007 after he used a homophobic slur on set and then repeated the word during a backstage interview at the Golden Globes. "After the incident at the Golden Globes, everything just fell apart. I lost everything," he told HuffPost Live in 2013.
During her 2015 Lifetime special, Tori Spelling admitted that she played a role in getting Shannen Doherty fired from "Beverly Hills, 90210" following the fourth season of the teen soap, which her father, Aaron Spelling, executive produced. According to Tori, after Shannen, who had a reputation for being difficult to work with, got into "a fistfight" with co-star Jennie Garth, Tori told her dad that Shannen had to go. "I felt like I was a part of something, a movement, that cost someone their livelihood," Tori said in 2015, adding that ultimately, she believes it was the right thing to do "as a co-worker."
Netflix fired Danny Masterson from "The Ranch," on which he also served as an executive producer, after reports surfaced in late 2017 alleging that four women had accused him of rape during the early 2000s. "As a result of ongoing discussions, Netflix and the producers have written Danny Masterson out of 'The Ranch,'" the streaming service said in a December 2017 statement. "Yesterday was his last day on the show, and production will resume in early 2018 without him."
Fans were outraged when CBS fired Erinn Hayes -- who portrayed Donna Gable, the title character's wife -- between the first and second seasons of "Kevin Can Wait." The writers unceremoniously killed off her onscreen alter ego, paving the way for Season 1 guest star Leah Remini to take over as the female lead on the second season of the sitcom, which failed to score a third season renewal.
Janet Hubert lost the role of Aunt Viv on "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" after three seasons due to her strained relationship with Will Smith. (The part went to Daphne Maxwell Reid.) "I can say straight up that Janet Hubert wanted the show to be 'The Aunt Viv of Bel-Air' show because I know she is going to dog me in the press," the A-list actor said during a radio interview at the time. "She has basically gone from a quarter of a million dollars a year to nothing. She's mad now, but she's been mad all along. She said once, 'I've been in the business for 10 years and this snotty-nosed punk comes along and gets a show.' No matter what, to her, I'm just the Antichrist."
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