Tori Spelling fans are going crazy about her before and after photos. Many believe that the 90210 actress had a lot of work done. But Tori is adamant that though she may look different, it’s not the product of plastic surgery. It’s just good contouring.
In a series of Instagram posts, the Scary Movie 2 star showed off her 48-year-old physique but fans were more focused on her face. In a picture posted last week, Tori Spelling posed next to hairstylist Laura Rugetti. While their matching denim outfits looked stunning, commenters pointed out that Tori had some serious work done – and even looked like Khloe Kardashian after the process.
“First of all, I have an amazing makeup artist now, her name is Hailey Hoff,” the actress told audiences on Sirius XM’s “Jeff Lewis Life.” Tori explained that “she does contour like no one else. I look completely different. I look like I had a nose job, and it’s straight now.”
The 90210 star claimed that her transformation was “contouring… all contouring.”
While explaining how she’s keeping her youthful glow, Tori said that she is undergoing exosomes therapy. The process is supposed to help with collagen production and can reduce fine lines and wrinkles. She said that “it could be the exosomes, too, because [the people claiming I got plastic surgery] said my skin looks flawless, so maybe I’m looking younger.”
Tori added that “they said I looked Snooki’s age. She’s 33. I’m like, ‘I’ll take that.” And when commenters compared the actress to Khloe Kardashian, Tori was all ears. “She’s gorgeous.”
While her new Instagram look isn’t the product of plastic surgery – according to Tori, at least – the actress has previously been altered under the knife. Tori Spelling underwent a rhinoplasty when she was a teen and had a breast augmentation in her early 20s, though she later regretted it after having children.
“If I had known it would or could possibly impact [the] production of milk, I would never [have] had them done,” she told Good Morning America. She admitted to People in 2019 that “I literally had my nose done and my boobs done, and that’s it. I’m constantly reading that I’ve done more. People have been talking about me having plastic surgery since I was 17.”
Critics of the actress have long been insistent that her looks were never natural. Tori Spelling had a hard time battling the rumors.
“I remember my dad saying, ‘Don’t worry. It will go away next week,’” Tori said in regard to the plastic surgery rumors. “But that one thing has stayed with me my entire career!”
Those fan rumors also did a number on Tori’s confidence. Incessant bullying was a byproduct of her appearance on Beverly Hills, 90210 and it was difficult for the actress to cope. She wrote on Instagram last year that “I used to hate my eyes. When I started 90210 at 16 I was filled with low self-confidence.”
She continued, adding that “internet trolls… called me frog and bug-eyed.” She admitted that “being put under a microscope as a young girl in her formative years was hard. I spent years begging makeup artists on my shows and movies to please try to make my eyes look smaller. I would cry over my looks in the makeup trailer chair.”
For years the actress coped with rude comments, hateful jabs, and what she called “cyberbullying.” She said that “choices about my looks were made for me by nameless and faceless accounts. Words can’t be unread. Cyberbullying existed then and it does now worse than ever. So, every time one of you asks me why I don’t look straight on in photos and videos know why I make that choice. Years of hurtful comments that I don’t even want to share to give them energy. Way worse than bug or frog eyes.”
Eventually the actress learned that her eyes were an advantage, not a curse. “I didn’t start to realize what an asset my eyes were till I did Scream 2 and the cover of Rolling Stone re-enacting the iconic shower scene from Psycho,” she continued her cation. “My eyes made that photo. They showed the emotion I was ‘feeling in my soul’ in that picture.”
Tori Spelling claimed she relayed her story to remind others that words have an impact – both good and bad. “Just remember next time that you go to comment on someone’s account regarding their face or body or choices, you don’t know them,” she wrote on the Instagram post. “They don’t know you.”
“But, their soul will remember that unkind comment,” she explained. “It’ll be imprinted on them. Our memories can’t remember physical pain but we do remember emotional, verbal, and written pain. “That said. Here’s me. Straight on. I love my eyes now. They make me uniquely me. And, I rarely wear sunglasses.”