Tori Spelling Wants to Make Nice With Mommy
It's no secret that Tori Spelling's relationship with her mother Candy has been a little bit strained over the past few, uh, well, forever.
But the former 90210-er tells OK! Magazine that she's hoping to make amends with her opinionated maternal unit.
“I definitely want to reconcile with my mother, but that’s the wrong word,” Spelling asserts. “There’s nothing that really happened that made us fight. It’s just time, distance and media that have come between my mom and me.”
Uh, Tori? Nohing happened to make you fight? You are aware that Candy blamed you for your father's death, right?
Nonetheless, Spelling believes that, if she and Candy can keep from airing their dirty laundry in public, they might stand a chance at something resembling normalcy.
“I just think that as long as we both keep it private from here on out, reconciliation is imminent," Spelling theorizes. "It will totally happen and I hope that she wants that.”
But why would Spelling want to reconcile with someone who's so intently and publicly humiliated her at every turn?
"I am proud of my kids, but I also want to make my mom proud of me," Tori admits. "I’m still a momma’s girl at the heart of the situation."
Hmm; well, it's nice to at least know that there is a heart buried somewhere in their situation.
Let us know in the comments section: Do you think Tori should make nice with her mother, or is she only setting herself up for further disappointment?