Tori Spelling had a close encounter of the third kind with late bombshell Farrah Fawcett…either that or Girlie has officially flown over the cuckoo’s nest!
Fawcett lost her lengthy battle against intestinal cancer last June 25, but in life the iconic blonde was great friends with the 90210 star. Tori first met Farrah when the young stunner was working on dad Aaron Spelling’s classic series Charlie’s Angels in the mid-’70s. The two later became neighbors and Farrah even made a few appearances on Tori’s now-defunct VH1 reality series So NoTorious.
But none of that could have prepared the married mother-of-two for her psychic visit from the deceased star.
Instead of hearing from her father during a session with famed medium John Edwards, it was Farrah who tried to communicate with Tori from the other side.
“I was talking to a medium. I was hoping my dad (‘Charlie’s’ Angels’ producer Aaron Spelling) would come through. Farrah Fawcett came through in my reading loud and clear…She wanted me to give a message to her family about how she was doing and what was going on and I’m like, ‘Great! She really picked the wrong person,’” Tori explains.
I suppose we shouldn’t be surprised. After all, we are talking about the same woman who hired a psychic to communicate with her dead dog.
Against her better judgement, Spelling reached out to Fawcett’s son, Redmond O’Neal, and longtime lover, Ryan
“I actually wrote a letter to Ryan O’Neal and gave it to him so I was like, he’s either going to think I’m completely crazy or he’s going to say, ‘Wow! Some of this makes sense,’ because she gave very specific details of things to tell them. I did and I included that in the note to Ryan saying, ‘Please pass this on to Redmond…. She really wanted him to know these things,’ ” Spelling explained. “I haven’t heard from Ryan so I don’t know, you know, I’m hoping you know he understood what I was trying to say and doesn’t think I’m some looney.”
Afraid that ship has sailed, Sister.
Tori’s third memoir, uncharted terriTORI, hit bookstores on Tuesday.
Do any of you believe in psychics, mediums, and other elements of the paraphenomenon?