Sharing the intimate moments of their life with the world is nothing new for Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott, but electing to film a docu-series about McDermott's cheating scandal and stint in rehab has surprised even their closest friends.
"The decision to do this show is not coming from someone who is in a solid, good place. Tori is very, very upset and angry," a longtime friend of Spelling's says in this week's issue of PEOPLE. "It's just too raw and personal. There's too much pain and it's too private."
Adds the source: "A part of her wants to completely humiliate him and make him suffer in front of millions of people. She wants to have some sort of justice. She wants him to truly feel the pain of what he did to her."
Get ready 12 more episodes of tough parenting and quick wit: Chrisley Knows Best has been renewed for a second season, USA Network announced Monday.
Though the show has blown up since premiering in March – the April 8 episode boasted ratings of 1.25 million viewers – "patriarch of perfection" Todd Chrisley promises fame won't change the wacky family dynamics fans have grown to love.
"I don't think that there's any subjects that are going to be off limits with us, because I don't think we can parent our children effectively if we're not honest and current with every situation that's going on in our life," the Atlanta billionaire tells PEOPLE.
All eyes were on Team Usher Tuesday when his five singers stepped up to The Voice mic and delivered gutsy performances that mostly shined, but left the Grammy-winning R&B singer with a tough choice on the final night of the playoffs.
The one contestant who made it easy on him? Bria Kelly, who at just 18 managed to nail the Rolling Stones classic "Wild Horses" with a performance so polished it could rival seasoned singers twice her age.
"I've stolen everyone that you sang against," declared coach Blake Shelton. "Looking back, maybe that's because you made people step up."
Now that it's official, Robin Roberts admits she couldn't be happier that Michael Strahan will be joining the Good Morning America family.
"Talk about somebody who's the real deal," she tells PEOPLE exclusively.
"He's pure talent," Roberts says of Strahan, who'll be coming aboard the broadcast a few times a week while still continuing to serve as co-host of Live! With Kelly and Michael.
There's a contestant like Morgan McLeod on every season of Survivor. Young and pretty, they make snarky comments about the older – and less attractive – female contestants. (One of McLeod's gems: "If everyone could choose to be cute or ugly, most would pick cute.")
But McLeod, a 22-year-old student and former NFL cheerleader from San Jose, California, wants to stress that she's not as she appeared on Survivor: Cagayan.
"I'm not a mean girl," she says with a laugh. "I'm not who you think I am."