Why Is Tori Spelling Proud of Her Pregnant Bikini Body? [AUDIO]
Actress and author Tori Spelling called in to “On Air with Ryan Seacrest” on Monday to talk about teaming with Lunchables for the “Never Bored Again” campaign, comments on the “Bump Proud” photo, and shares her beauty expertise on stretch marks.
On The ‘Bump Proud’ Photo:
“It was the funniest response that I got so many people commenting on how a pregnant woman shouldn’t be showing all of that. Im like: ‘Showing what?’ Just because my stomach sticks out further than another woman in a bikini? Why should we have to wear certain things because we’re pregnant? And I think that’s ridiculous. I’m proud of my body. I love that my body is changing and growing,” Tori says. “I have one or two of the maternity one pieces, of course, but if you can fit into it and you feel good about the bikini, put it on!”
Tori Spelling – Beauty Expert:
One of the “On-Air” staffers was worried that she might get stretch marks if she has a second child, so she wanted Tori’s expertise on the subject. “I think it’s genetic and if you’re going to get them you’re going to get them. my mom didn’t have stretch marks, now I’m on my fourth pregnancy, I don’t have any. So, if you didn’t get it the first time you’re probably not going to get stretch marks the second time.”
On Lunchables ‘Never Be Bored Again’ Campaign:
Tori Spelling will be making an appearance at the Boys & Girls Club of Burbank and Greater East Valley, Calif. on Tuesday, August 28, 2012 to help kick off a great campaign that will help fund up $100,000 in sport and recreation programs at Boys & Girls Clubs of America. To kick off the effort, Spelling and her kids, will join the Lunchables team and Club kids to build a Sport Court®, in the club’s backyard and announce a national call to action where consumers can help Spelling reach the donation goal.
“I’m super excited. My family and I, we’re working with Lunchables for their ‘Never Be Bored Again’ campaign. And it’s not just us…everyone everywhere can participate and our goal is to keep our kids from being bored. So, they can upload photos of their kids activities, their boredom busting activities, onto the website facebook.com/lunchables and a one dollar donation will be made to Boys & Girls Clubs with every photo. They can even win up to a million prizes, there’s a million prizes for kids to win. So, incentive to go on.”