Showing posts with label Jennie Garth. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Jennie Garth. Show all posts

Sunday, April 22, 2012

Jennie Garth new reality series tells about her recent spit with Peter Facinelli

Garth at Emmy in 1992

Kelly Taylor of the "Beverly Hills, 90210 franchise" Jennifer Eve "Jennie" Garth premiers her new series  "Jennie Garth: A Little Bit of Country" on CMT on April 20 that deals with her personal life, Garth's recent split from "twilight" actor Peter Facinelli, who will not appear in the show.

Garth’s divorce from Facinelli(2001-2012) began right in the middle pf production on A Little Bit of Country. The actress said recently on Today that the timing of the divorce was one of the most difficult things for her to deal with.

“[The timing] has probably been the hardest part,” Garth said (via Yahoo). “When I started to take this show on, I wasn’t headed down this road. It happened in the middle of filming the show. Now, part of my job … is doing press so I’m doing the interviews and people want to talk about it. I’m OK talking about [my divorce], but it’s not something you really want to talk about.”

Jennie may not have wanted to talk about her divorce, but there was one thing surrounding the divorce that the actress was quick to address: rumors that Garth was “jealous” of Facinelli’s success following his role in Twilight.

“I enjoyed the quote that I was envious of his fame,” Garth laughed. “There was nothing like that going on. I was very happy for him – so happy to be at home with the kids and enjoying my early retirement. I just wanted to be on the farm.”

Garth is moving forward, however, and she has plenty of things to keep her busy, including raising her three children, attending to her farm, and, of course, her new reality show, A Little Bit of Country. Facinelli isn’t gone from her and her family’s life, though–her ex is still involved with their family, and it’s something the two are actively working through.

“It is something that we [are] working through together – and as anybody who’s been through [divorce knows], it’s always kind of shocking. It’s sad for our family unit [but] we’re a great family and I think we always will be.”

Garth and her three daughters are now living on a 7-acre farm two hours from Los Angeles, with the help of her assistant Corinne.
Jennie Garth with daughter and ex-husband

Thursday, March 29, 2012

In spite of refusal to give in, Jennie Garth failed to save her marriage


Beverly Hills, 90210 franchise actress Jennie Garth is having a split with her husband “Twilight” actor Peter Facinelli, according to People Magazine. This 39 years old actress and director was unwilling to end the relationship 11 years (2001-2012) but failed. She at last opens up this new issue to People magazine about her recent split from soon-to-be ex-husband Peter Facinelli, who filed for divorce on Wednesday citing "irreconcilable differences."

When Peter Facinelli told Jennie Garth last fall that he wanted a divorce, she at first refused to give in.  "I was very resistant," she tells PEOPLE in an exclusive new interview. "I didn't want it to happen. It took me some time to come to peace with it"

The pair at last announced that they were ending their marriage two weeks ago. But Garth, who will soon star in the CMT reality show “Jennie Garth: A Little Bit Country,” admits that career realities, such as watching Facinelli be intimate with other actresses onscreen, were tough for her to handle.

“There was jealousy over having to see your husband on screen with another woman,” she says. “It wasn’t always easy."

The 39-year-old, who turns 40 next week, also says that the pair tried therapy, only to watch their marriage continue to unravel. She adds that she still wishes Facinelli “had wanted to try harder, try again, try something else.”

According to People, the couple has asked for joint custody of their three daughters, Luca, 14, Lola, 9, and Fiona, 5. Now, Garth is focusing on building a new life as a single mom.

“I can’t change it. I can’t be sad and stay in bed about it anymore. I have to move forward," she tells People. “I’m slowing finding my own voice again...There are days when it seems I got it all figured out and days when I lose sight. I just have to keep on my path.”


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