Dean McDermott and Tori Spelling have had their fair share of ups and most recently downs throughout their 8 year marriage. Dean was caught in a huge cheating scandal that left Tori devastated and confused about their relationship. The couple even allowed cameras to document their tough times on the Lifetime reality series “True Tori,” which aired in June. On Thursday Dean spoke to E! News about the status of their relationship after the cameras stopped rolling.
Dean told Giuliana Rancic in an interview that his marriage to Tori is “stronger than it's ever been.” He went on to say that he is working really hard on being a better father and husband because that is what his family deserves. Dean said, “I'm changing my life for the good.” He went on to say that Tori was hurt by everything that happened but that she told him she still loved him. He wrapped it up by saying as a couple they were trying to show everyone that if love exists then “love can conquer all and love does conquer all.”
Tori also had an interview this week. US Weekly reported on Wednesday that they spoke with her about the troubled marriage. Tori said that she and Dean are slowly working on repairing their marriage. She said, “We're definitely committed to being a family.” She went on admit that they are still attending couples therapy together.
In the meantime while trying to save her marriage, Tori has taken up acting full time again. She is starring in ABC Family's “Mystery Girls.” Her co-star is none other than her longtime friend Jennie Garth. The show is in its first season and is keeping Tori plenty busy, along with being a mother to her four children and continuing to improve her marriage.
Tori is not the only one staying busy. Dean has also had a few projects lately. The “Chopped Canada” host was asked to be a guest cohost on E! News tonight!
Fans of the couple are hoping that despite their busy schedules they are able to look past their problems and come out on top. Best wishes to them both on their continued journey. Tori fans can catch her new show “Mystery Girls” on ABC Family on Wednesday nights.