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Don’t Cry for Tori Spelling

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Omg Goddess
June 22, 2010
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She claims to have lost all her friends from her days on "Beverly Hills, 90210," but Tori Spelling still has the support of her sweet little family, as well as plenty of fans willing to wait hours to meet her. On Monday, the actress-turned-author stopped by the Grove in LA to sign copies of her new memoir, Uncharted TerriTORI, with hubby Dean McDermott and tots Liam and Stella in tow.

After the reality TV brood posed for family portraits, mom and daughter, who were dressed in coordinated canary yellow looks, took some girls-only pics, while denim-clad father and son shared storytime in a big leather chair nearby.

Although she must've had her hands full with the kids, the 37-year-old mom didn't exactly cut things short. "Just got home frm my book signing @ The Grove LA! Went from 7pm till 12am!" she posted on Twitter later. "Loved meeting everyone. thx 4 showin up & waiting n line 7 hrs!"

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The stop came the same day Tori dished during an interview with Ryan Seacrest that former co-star Tiffani Thiessen no longer speaks to her and that Jennie Garth's the only one of the West Beverly gang who doesn't hate her now.

"We were all great friends during '90210,' we were friends after '90210,' and they all came to my first wedding," Tori said. "All of a sudden I marry Dean and I don't know what happened. I lost all my cast members."

Sad, right? Except when you consider that Tori's sob story also included this comment: "It's my perception, and nonetheless, it's a fun story."

So don't feel too bad for the "Tori and Dean" star. Even if her "90210" pals have cut her off, she still has two adorable babes, one hunky husband, and countless fans to keep her company. It just sounds like all those years in showbiz have taught her exactly how to drum up some attention when it's convenient!

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