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That's a whole lot of people!
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You can always count on Jennie Garth to stand up for you!
She's definitely a BFFL aka best friend for life!
Apparently a couple months ago, her and Tori Spelling's former 90210 co-star, Ian Ziering, said something about Tori that did not sit well with Jennie.
To take a step back, Ian basically said that although he loves Tori, he finds her life that's portrayed on her docu-series, True Tori, to be a "train wreck."
Ouch. Just because you say you love someone doesn't give you the right to say something that could potentially be offensive to them!
There surely is a better and more respectful way to say that.
So, in her latest interview, Jennie commented on Ian's opinion and tried to clear the air. She also revealed how her Mystery Girls co-star felt about that comment.
"On one hand, he does love Tori in the way we all love each other and the bond that we all share. It was a little harsh—just the words 'How do you not watch a trainwreck?'
I know that that really hurt Tori—because people can take that in a very wrong way. But her reality show wasn't for everyone. And for me, it was hard to watch just because I love her so much. It was so hard for me to see that kind of position she was in."
That's a great way to word it, Jennie.
Tori and Dean McDermott's problems were very difficult to watch since they were going through some very personal problems.
[Image via Jennie Garth/Twitter.]
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