Former Beverly Hills, 90210 star Tori Spelling is amazed that not one person staying at her new guest house has asked for the cameras shooting her new reality TV show to be turned off.
Spelling and new husband Dean McDermott spent the $200,000 (€148,000) inheritance her late media mogul father Aaron Spelling left her on a guest house, which the couple is running, with their exploits filmed for reality show Tori & Dean Inn Love.
And despite cameras being in every room of the California property, not one guest has refused to consent to being filmed.
Spelling says: "If people don't want to be filmed, then we still want the business so we don't film them. (But) everyone wants to be on TV.
"We actually had our first couple who left in the middle of the night because they said they weren't filmed enough, which I thought was really strange."