Tori Spelling has revealed the details of what she recalls as her worst date ever.
The reality star and former Beverly Hills, 90210 actress remembered her unsuccessful date with an "up and coming actor" in the '90s in a new post written on her official blog.
"We chatted a bit, and he asked if he could take me on a date. At the time, Donna Martin was making crappy boy choices, but I was determined to find The One! So I agreed and wrote down my number on a cocktail napkin praying he would call," Spelling wrote.
"Exactly three days later, he called and asked if I was free to go to dinner Friday at 8PM. I said yes, and he told me he had already made reservations at...wait for it...the chicest, most expensive, and trendiest new restaurant / lounge in Beverly Hills. I was impressed all around."
However, Spelling admitted that things soon went wrong when she drank too much alcohol too quickly and began feeling sick, eventually vomiting in the restaurant's kitchen.
She said: "I was feeling sick. Actually, the room started spinning at this point... When suddenly his dimples started floating up on his forehead I knew I had to find a bathroom and quick.
"I excused myself from the riveting conversation and bolted for the bathroom. I just kept telling myself, 'Don't make eye contact with the restaurant patrons, or their amazingly delicious meals, and walk straight'."
Spelling continued: "Then, I saw it, the door. The bathroom door! Five more steps and I'd be safely in a bathroom stall where I could puke my guts out in privacy. Classy, I know. I pushed open the door, smiled with victory, and walked right into...the kitchen. Oh no!
"The whole kitchen staff looked up at me. It was bustling and I was busting. I put my hands up to cover my mouth, but I knew it was too late. A waiter rushed over with a massive copper saucepan where I proceeded to vomit the four rum and cokes and the cliff bar I had had at 11am into it."
Spelling is currently married to Dean McDermott. The pair have two children, 4-year-old son Liam and 3-year-old daughter Stella, with a third child on the way.
She recently confessed that she feels guilty about being a working mother and often wishes that she could stay home more with her children.