Tori Spelling
Dean McDermott said he would support Tori Spelling if she needed breast augmentation, but phrased it a little differently. Lifetime

Tori Spelling might undergo surgery after she visited a doctor on the last episode of “True Tori.” The reality star and "90210" alum became upset when she heard her fake breasts would probably have to come out, but the words that husband Dean McDermott chose to comfort her were, it turns out, odd.

Apparently her implants should have been removed 15 years ago, Hollywood Life wrote. Her doctor said that on a scale from one to four, her breasts were at a three. Four would mean they need to come out as soon as possible.

Her doctor said on a scale of one to four, with four being the fake breasts had to be removed as soon as possible; hers were at a three.

Spelling has two options: either get smaller implants, which would take one surgery, or remove the ones she has now and walk around au natural for three or four months, which would make her chest look like she had two flaps, or pancakes, Too Fab said.

She asked for McDermott’s input and he supported her in his own way. “If you have pancake t-tties, I would love the sh-t about those t-tties.” Even though the comment might seem strange, Spelling appreciated the sentiment and told the cameras her husband’s support, even if she had pancake breasts, made her love him so much.

But “True Tori,” fans shouldn’t get used to seeing McDermott on the small screen. The “Chopped Canada” host recently quit the reality show as he struggles to cope with the aftereffects of the affair he had with mistress Emily Goodhand. It doesn’t mean “True Tori” is over though. The actress plans to continue documenting her life for her fans, even if her husband won’t agree to it.

"For me, you know, it's 'True Tori.' I have a lot more to tell. I have four children, I'm a mom, I'm a woman, and I want to go on,” she told Meredith Viera, according to Us Weekly. "I know everyone has an opinion about me putting my life and relationship out there, and it's something … I needed that. I felt like I didn't have a voice for so long."

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