As I said last night on twitter, Brooke Anderson was a shitty host. Didn’t ask the questions why Tori Spelling pretended to not have a nanny? Why Tori Spelling was faking that she had to take care of her kids by herself? Jezebel could not have said this better my self so I am going to quote Jezebel and comment later.
” Brooke read four different viewer-submitted questions, supposedly sent in from people’s Twitter accounts. The first was credited on the screen as being from @2RedSoxGirl16, a user that doesn’t exist. But since the “2” and the “@” button are the same, I figured that might be a typo. I was right! @RedSoxGirl16 is real. Except that the only time she ever tweeted was to ask Tori and Dean a question.
“@Deanracer Do you still think @torianddean is controlling?! #AskToriandDean — RedSoxGirl (@RedSoxGirl16) May 27, 2014”
Interestingly, of the 20 people whom RedSoxGirl16 follows on Twitter, one of them is Ryan Sommer—a veteran of reality television production who works on the Kardashian show and has been tweeting up a storm about True Tori for the past month. His Twitter handle is @RySommer, which brings us to the next viewer-submitted question. This one was supposedly submitted by Elaine Rona, with the Twitter handle @2RySommer. That account doesn’t exist, but it’s very similar to Ryan’s handle. The next question was submitted by @NicoleyBlais, which is a real account, but its only two tweets are questions for Tori and Dean.
The fourth question was submitted by someone named Lisa Valentine with the handle @Lisav1234. That account does exist, but its credited to a woman named Lisa Vargas who only tweeted twice, both over a year ago. How sloppy is that? When you have the press breathing down your neck about faking aspects of your life and your TV show, why wouldn’t you be more careful? At least lie better. Were the real questions that horrible that they couldn’t be asked? ”
Obviously the real questions, like uncovering the truth were too much to ask..SHAME ON YOU ALL! I will update this later. I have to do a few things.