Actress Tori Spelling (and her mother, Candy Spelling) are very familiar with the challenges of getting organized.
Both the 90210 1.0 star and her mother have publicly chronicled their personal challenges overcoming different obstacles in their lives (reselling clothes on eBay, holding a garage sale, organizing attic storage and creating an infamous gift closet).
Tori Premieres "Funny or Die" Hoarders Mockumemtary:
Last Saturday, we attended a screening of comedienne Margaret Cho's "Cho Dependent" at the John Anson Ford Amphitheatre in Hollywood. Tori, alongside former American Idol's Clay Aiken and actress Sally Kirkland, premiered their new Hoarders TV show mockumentary on Funny or Die. If you don't know A&E's Hoarders offers a "look inside the lives of people whose inability to part with their belongings is so out of control that they are on the verge of losing everything." Well, Tori hoards something you'd not expect. According to the site, "just because someone is a celebrity doesn't mean they don't hoard like the rest of us. Check out the sad and shocking story of celebrity hoarder Tori Spelling:"
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Offensive or not, you have to admit it's pretty funny. What do you think? Does Tori go over the top with this one? Should people be allowed to create satire out of desperate and sad hoarding situations?
image courtesy Hooked on Houses
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