Tori Spelling Launches New Online Magazine

Tori Spelling Launches New Online Magazine

Tori Spelling has a lot going on her plate! Between juggling her television career with husband Dean McDermott, raising children Liam, 4, and almost 3-year-old Stella, and getting ready for the birth of another baby, she has launched a new online magazine.

Titled ediTORIal, the site’s categories include Live, advice for working moms; Love, offering relationship advice; Raise, devoted to motherhood; and Eat, offering recipes and meal planning for the family.

She explains, “In ediTORIal, I’m sharing all of the ideas, icons, and trends that inspire me, and I’m asking you to tell me what’s inspiring you! I’ll be sharing my personal tips for decorating, entertaining, and developing a unique personal style.

“Plus I’ll be dishing about relationships and parenting, and asking such questions as ‘Don’t all little boys wear nail polish?’, ‘Do I need to be worried that Stella says she has a boyfriend?’”

EdiTORIal is also a social networking site where you can sign up for profile pages, post your own photos and videos and chat on the forum.

She adds, “I can’t wait to hear all about your likes and dislikes, what’s got your wheels turning, and the lowdown on your latest, greatest obsessions.”

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  1. Tara

    I like Tori, but does the world need yet another forum for women to be able to criticize, belittle and judge their peers for not being ” just like them” ?

    It may just be me but everyone seems to have gotten nastier with the creation social network and op Ed sites.

    Good luck to her anyway.

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  2. Anonymous

    I hope she doesn’t advice women to go after another woman’s husband with kids, nonetheless.

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  3. Anony

    yes, Anonymous thats exactly what she is going to do! Rolls eyes…….

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  4. Tanya

    sounds similar to gwyneth’s website. she even copies the titles like “do” “make” “eat” etc.

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  5. Anonymous

    She bores me.

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  6. Anon

    I liked it better when it was called GOOP and written by someone I actually care to listen to. Way to cash in on someone elses idea and the title is hoRRiBle.

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