Tori Spelling on New 90210: ‘I Hope It Turns Out Great’
Tori Spelling may not be appearing on the new 90210, but she wishes the show much success.
"As of now there are no plans for me to be on the show," Spelling told popular radio host Sean Valentine of 104.3 MY fm's Valentine in the Morning.
Spelling and the CW network both issued separate statements recently that she would not be joining the show as originally planned.
This came on the heels of Internet rumors that the 35-year-old actress' former co-stars Jennie Garth and Shannen Doherty were offered more money to star in the spin-off.
Still, Spelling says she only wants the best for the remake. When Valentine said he'd be boycotting the show since she wasn't going to be part of it, Spelling replied, "Oh, watch it!"
She continued: "I hope it turns out to be a really great show, just for my dad's legacy. I was originally a part of 90210 and it was something pretty phenomenal, so I hope it turns out great." (Aaron Spelling was the producer behind the original '90s hit.)
One person lobbying for Spelling's return is Garth, who is starting a "Bring Back Donna Martin Campaign." Garth said recently, “I know Shannen probably doesn’t share the feelings that I have for Tori, but I love Tori like my sister." -- Emmet Sullivan
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