Beverly Hills 90210 stars reunite after 14 years
Apr 20 2024

Beverly Hills, 90210 stars Brandon and Donna looked unrecognisable as they reunited after 14 years.

Tori Spelling, who played Donna Martin in the original series, recently shared a photo of herself on Instagram with former co-stars Brian Austin Green (David Silver) and Jason Priestley (Brandon Walsh). She captioned the photo: "It's a Donna sandwich. And, we are in Pittsburgh so don't hold the pickles."

Fans couldn't help but comment on how much the trio have changed over the years. One wrote, "Omg bringing me back to some great 90210 memories," while another gushed, "EVERYONE looks Ahhhhmmmmazzzing."

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Someone else even suggested a dream storyline for the series: "I always thought Donna and Brandon should've dated, at least a couple episodes," reports OK!

Beverly Hills, 90210 was an iconic show of the 1990s, following the lives of Brandon and Brenda Walsh and their friends as they navigated high school, college, and beyond.

The series originally aired for 10 seasons from October 1990 to May 2000 and left an indelible mark on pop culture, spawning numerous spin-offs, including the iconic Melrose Place. In 2019, the cast of the '90s series came together for a nostalgic reboot titled BH90210, but the void left by Luke Perry's tragic passing in March 2019 was noticeable.

Shannen Doherty, one of the original stars of Beverly Hills, 90210, meanwhile has shared some gut-wrenching news about her health battle. The 52-year-old actress is courageously facing stage 4 breast cancer that has now spread to her brain and bones.

Doherty, who first battled cancer back in 2015 and celebrated remission two years on, faced a daunting setback when the disease returned in 2020. She's since had surgery to remove a tumour from her brain.

On her heartfelt Let's Be Clear podcast, Shannen opened up about her current focus on preparing for the future, including downsizing her home and sorting through personal belongings, selling and donating her antiques as a precautionary measure.

She emotionally shared: "My priority at the moment is my mom. I know it's going to be hard on her if I pass away before her."

With her mother in mind, Shannen is determined to make things easier for her, stating: "Because it's going to be so hard on her, I want other things to be a lot easier. I don't want her to have a bunch of stuff to deal with. I don't want her to have four storage units filled with furniture."

In a poignant admission, she revealed her plans to part with her cherished antiques, just in case the worst should happen.

"So we were in Tennessee and I was packing up one of the places there. It was really hard and really emotional because to a certain extent - I felt like I was giving up on this dream of building this property out, and putting a house for me and a house for my mom and then extending the barn."