Tori Spelling is opening up about her marital problems with Dean McDermott, including the cheating scandal, in a new docu-series headed to Lifetime.
The former "Beverly Hills 90210" actress has been married to McDermott for seven years, and the couple share four children together. However, in December, news broke of McDermott's infidelity. Today, Spelling is sharing just how deeply the news affected her family, including the moment she found out, in a series entitled "True Tori."
"I got a call from my publicist and she said, 'I just want to tell you something,'" the 40-year-old actress recalls in a new clip via E! Online. "'It's a girl, and she's claiming that she had an affair with Dean in Toronto when he was there. The girl has come forward. She's put her name to the story. She's giving all the details about her two-day affair with your husband in Toronto, and it's going to come out next week- Christmas.'" more >>
Jenny McCarthy shared big news about her personal life on Wednesday's "The View."
During the morning talk show, McCarthy excitedly shared news of her engagement to Donnie Wahlberg before jumping up and down in front of the audience. Moreover, the 41-year-old bride-to-be shared details about the proposal, including Wahlberg's inclusion of her son, Evan.
"This weekend I was sitting with Donnie … and he went into the other room and out came Evan with a card that said 'Will' and he handed it to me," she explained during the segment. "Then Evan ran away and then came back into the room with the word 'You' and then he ran away and I knew it was happening and I just started crying. And then Evan came back with a card that said 'Marry' but spelled wrong, and then Donnie came out with Evan, and Donnie's shirt said 'Me' with a question mark holding the ring." more >>
The Duggar family is preparing for one daughter's wedding while already thinking about another, and that has parents Jim Bob and Michelle reflecting on their daughters' lives and futures and the plans that God has for each one of them.
In an upcoming episode of "19 Kids & Counting," Jim Bob and Michelle ponder their own daughters' weddings as they watch a family friend marry her husband.
"I'm sure there will be dad Jim Bob walking our girls one by one, walking down that wedding aisle," Michelle tells the cameras. "It's an exciting season of life in our family. We look forward to each of our children meeting and marrying the one that God has for them." more >>
Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring has filed a brief in support of two same-sex couples challenging the state's ban on same-sex marriage. Earlier this year, Herring refused to defend the state's same-sex marriage ban when it was legally challenged.
In his 79-page brief, Herring (D) argued that the U.S. Constitution determines same-sex marriage to be a fundamental right under due process and equal protection. He heavily referenced the 1967 Supreme Court decision Loving v. Virginia, a landmark case that invalidated the prohibition of interracial marriages.
Herring argued that the Loving case proves that the Fourteenth Amendment protects marriage as a fundamental right, even if the Framers of the U.S. Constitution may have not considered same-sex marriage when creating the amendment. more >>
A gay priest has become the first to defy the Church of England and marry his long-time partner following Britain's legalization of same-sex marriage. A conservative group has warned that there will be a "crisis" for the church if it fails to take disciplinary action.
"There's no doubt that there is pressure within some parts of the church for the church to change its mind on sexuality," said the Rev. Preb Rod Thomas, chairman of the Reform evangelical group, according to The Telegraph on Saturday.
"If there is not clear discipline then it is the equivalent to saying 'we really didn't mean what we said.' It will precipitate a crisis." more >>
Focus on the Family is planning a special one-night event with the airing of "Irreplaceable," a documentary on the importance of family. The Christian Post spoke with the narrator and lead reporter of the documentary, Tim Sisarich, who spent a full year exploring the idea of family and its importance to Christians and society in general.
The Christian Post: You worked on this project for a full year. What toll did that take on your family?
Tim Sisarich: The project, the filming took about nine months. I'd go away for three weeks and then be home for two weeks. It was hard, but it wasn't nine months straight. It was a real roller-coaster ride of emotions for me. Every time I came home I tried to put into practice a little bit of what I had been learning. And from the beginning of the film to the end of the film, I think I came a huge way. It was an interesting juggling act. more >>