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The Show Must Go On! Tori Spelling Says She Plans To Continue 'True Tori' Without Husband Dean McDermott

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Nov. 25 2014, Published 4:52 p.m. ET

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Is Tori Spelling choosing reality TV stardom over her marriage? After her husband, Dean McDermott, announced that he wanted to quit True Tori to get his privacy back, RadarOnline.com has learned Spelling is insisting that the show continue— without him!

She opened up about her plans for continuing to air her life on TV during an appearance on The Meredith Viera show, set to air November 26.

"I know that Dean wants to silence his voice, he has said he doesn’t want to come back to the show, that he wants is privacy back,” Viera said. "Is that going to be the case then?”

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“Yes,” Spelling admitted.

Viera asked, "Can you do a show without Dean being a part of it? Is that the end of the show now?”

Spelling insisted, “I don’t think so. For me, it’s True Tori. I have a lot more to tell.”

I’m a mom,” she said. “I’m a woman. And I want to go on.”

Spelling has come under fire for airing her marital issues and the aftermath of McDermott’s affair on the Lifetime series, but she said, “I don’t think it’s too much, because if everything hadn’t been made as public as it was, I would have chosen to deal with this privately with my husband​. … I just chose to deal with it because it was my journey, my truth and women everywhere go through this. I wanted to put it out there.”

"It’s completely cathartic for me,” she continued and it’s very individual, I know everyone has an opinion about me putting my life and relationship out there. It’s something, I needed that. I didn’t have a voice for so long, it’s almost the way I was raised.”

Watch the interview here:

Do you think Tori should continue the show without Dean? Will their marriage survive? Let us know in the comments!

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