Dean McDermott fires back at ‘cowards’ who criticized Tori Spelling’s bikini picture

Dean McDermott has his wife’s back. 

The “Slasher” actor, 52, defended Tori Spelling on Instagram after a troll criticized her bikini photo with “Beverly Hills, 90210” co-stars Jennie Garth and Gabrielle Carteris.

Spelling, 46, shared a picture of the stars enjoying some downtime between filming the show’s summer reboot, “BH90210.” In the photo, captioned “Sunday Family Dinner,” the three women sport black bathing suits on a rooftop.

While many social media users expressed excitement over the reunion and complimented the ladies, some commenters were not so friendly. 

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Sunday Family Dinner… @jenniegarth @gabriellecarteris @bh90210 #nomakeup

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“I’m cringing,” user @lourdescano76 wrote, while @aprildawnrice agreed, “The phrase ‘trying too hard to be relevant’ comes to mind. That one in the middle is just painful.”

That’s when McDermott came to the rescue. He replied, “I love how you haters have private accts!! Let’s see what you trolls look like ya cowards!”

Although Spelling ignored the negative comments, she did answer a fan’s question on the whereabouts of Shannen Doherty, who signed on play Brenda Walsh in April. 

“She isn’t here in Vancouver yet,” Spelling replied. “But we can’t wait till @theshando joins us! We miss her. Xoxo.”

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(L-R) Tori Spelling, Jason Priestley, Gabrielle Carteris, Ian Ziering, Jennie Garth and Brian Austin Green attend the 2019 FOX Upfront on May 13, 2019 in New York City. (Photo: Dominik Bindl, Getty Images)

Stars Spelling, Carteris, Garth, Ian Ziering, Jason Priestley, Doherty and Brian Austin Green are all returning to the summer event series for another dose of the 1990s pop-culture phenomenon.

But rather than playing the characters that defined their careers, they’ll play “heightened versions of themselves in a brand-new serialized drama … inspired by their real lives and relationships,” Fox says, promising “a healthy dose of irreverence.”

The six-episode reboot premieres Aug. 7 on Fox (9 EDT/PDT).

Contributing: Bill Keveney

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