Craft Wars to Premiere on June 26th

According to the Huffington Post, there's a new craft tv show that's going to be out. It's gonna be called "Craft Wars". And it's going to be hosted by none other than Tori Spelling. UG! She's disgusting, I can't stand her!!! I would have been temped to watch this show, which is airing on TLC, but since I found out that Tori Spelling will be hosting, there's no freaking way.  The premiere is set for June 26th.
I'm not sure what it is exactly that I don't like about Spelling. Maybe its her appearance (seriously, she's as bad as Jennifer Aniston! They both look like horses.)  Maybe it's the way she conducts herself (ie whoring herself and her family out to reality tv shows) or perhaps its her complete lack of acting abilities. Or maybe, just maybe, its the haunting memories of the torture I suffered through as a teenager, also known as 90210. Whatever it is, it enduces the gag reflex.
Here's the Huffington Article.
Craft enthusiasts, prepare for battle. Tori Spelling will host and executive produce "Craft Wars," a new competition series on TLC.
"As a lifelong crafter, I love how crafting gives you the opportunity to reallyexpress yourself and show your creativity. It's an amazing outlet and nothing shows love more than something homemade," Spelling said in a statement. "I can't wait to share my passion and be inspired by all the amazing contestants."
Each episode of "Craft Wars" will pit three everyday crafters against each other in two rounds of challenges. Each round encompasses different genres of crafting. The 10-episode series started production in Los Angeles and is set for a June 26 premiere.
As part of her hosting duties, Spelling will act as a guide for the audience and a mentor to the contestants. The reality star has her own line of craft products, "The Tori Spelling Collection," and incorporated her skills in a new party planning book, "CelebraTORI." The contestants will be judged by author and Glitterville Studios founder Stephen Brown, DIY lifestyle expert Erica Domesek and Michaels creative expert Jo Pearson.
"'Craft Wars' continues to re-define crafting as something extremely modern -- this is not your grandmother's crocheting," Amy Winter, GM of TLC, said in a statement. "At its core, the series celebrates the creative sprit, which will resonate with TLC's audience."


  1. I'll probably check the show out, but I'm with you on Tori-she's totally annoying...

    1. Right Cindy?! Totally yucky. But you'll have to let me know how you like it!


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