Friends forever! Over two decades after first meeting on the set of "Beverly Hills, 90210," the cast members still hang out together.
Jennie Garth and Shannen Doherty had a mini-"90210" reunion in Las Vegas this weekend with another old pal, Ian Ziering. The former frenemies took a jet to see Ziering in the "Chippendales" show.
Doherty and Garth have become close friends in the last year, putting aside their 20-year-old feud. Back when "90210" (original series) was on the air, the actresses reportedly clashed on set (Tori Spelling claimed that they even got into a fistfight). Doherty eventually quit the series at the end of Season 4.
But the two reconnected and reconciled after appearing on The CW's new version of "90210."
See the two ladies on the "90210" reboot:
"I did the new '90210' with Jennie, and there was something very different about our friendship," she told People. "We were able to look at each other as grown women and really acknowledge that we like who the other person was now, as adults."
They aren't the only cast members to keep in touch. Ziering said he was expecting Jason Priestley and Luke Perry to check out his "Chippendales" stint, which began a few weeks ago. Ziering and Priestley were spotted out at lunch in Hollywood earlier this year, while Garth and Perry did a cameo together on "Community." Garth has called Perry one of her best friends, and the two were even the subject of romance rumors (sadly, they did not date).
But while the stars reunite frequently in real life, a TV-show version seems unlikely — despite fan campaigns on Facebook and social media. Jason Priestley told Parade a couple of years ago, "I don't think a reunion of that show would ever happen; we've all moved on with our careers."
Back on "90210 Day" (September 2, 2010), Ziering said he tried to put together a reunion special, but The CW "dropped the ball."
"There are so many fans out there," he said. "I thought it would be nice."
Check out photos of Ziering rehearsing for the "Chippendales" show: