On Oct. 16, TV by the Numbers revealed Giuliana Rancic, who currently stars in “Giuliana and Bill,” which recently moved from Style to E!, has been tapped to host a new TV special about Tori Spelling. It’s simply titled “Tori Spelling” and is set to air on Oct. 28.
Giuliana Rancic, who had her own health scare in 2012 when she was diagnosed with breast cancer, will address Tori's difficult pregnancy that caused her to be bed ridden for two months and was at one point life threatening. Concerning her fourth delivery, Spelling says on her new special,
I look at Finn and I’m like, I got him here safely. We did it together. It’s an amazing thing what a woman’s body can do and what your mind can do. Now, I tell myself all the time, you’re a strong woman. You can do anything.
When Tori sits down with Giuliana, the two will also discuss at length the positive and negative effects of being cast on her dad’s show, “90210,” at such a young age. They will also talk about Tori’s ex-husband and a verbally abusive boyfriend. According to E!, nothing will be off limits during the new special. Tori’s current husband of seven years, Dean McDermott, will also join in the discussion and cameras will show Tori and Dean at home.
At the end of the special, Giuliana Rancic will surprise Tori with a visit from renowned spiritual medium, Rebecca Rosen, who delivers a message from Aaron Spelling.
“Tori Spelling” with host Giuliana Rancic is set to air at 10 p.m. EST and PST on Monday, Oct. 28 on E!
“Giuliana and Bill” is currently on hiatus after successfully closing out season six. On Oct. 14, Giuliana appeared on HSN to show off and sell pieces from her “G by Giuliana Fashion” clothing collection. According to “The Washington Post,” Bill and Giuliana attended a charity fundraiser to raise awareness about breast cancer. “The Washingtonian" confirmed on Tuesday that the two are planning to debut a branch of their Chicago-based RPM Italian restaurant in Washington, DC.
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