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90210 Alumi Join Forces To Bring Us Back To West Beverly Hills High School, Well, Sort Of

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We all remember watching the original 90210 right? Kelly, Donna and Brenda were the cool kids we were jealous of, and Dylan and Brandon were the loves of our lives. The teens were iconic in the 90s. Everyone wanted to be like them, although none of us actually wanted their drama, but it was always fun to watch.

Beverly Hills, 90210 ran from October, 1990 to May, 2000. It was definitely one of the most dramatic shows we watched as young adults. They dealt with everything from teen pregnancy to eating disorders and everything in between.

Kelly Taylor was a pretty intense character. She started out as a kind of spoiled and promiscuous teen girl, but over time she evolved into a complicated person who dealt with a lot of hardships. Jennie Garth, the actress who played Kelly, helped launch some of the spinoffs of the show, including Melrose Place and the newer reboot of 90210 when she brought Kelly Taylor to life once again.

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Tori Spelling auditioned for the role of Donna Martin by using a different name than her own. Her father, Aaron Spelling, was the producer and she didn't want it to affect the decision. But Donna went through a lot in her time at West Beverly Hills High School, I suppose every character did, but luckily Donna went on to become a fashion designer like she always wanted.

Both actresses were on the show for all ten seasons, so it's pretty obvious that they would become fairly close. They have remained friends ever since, and now that friendship is once again returning to a working relationship, and guess what, they're going back to Beverly Hills...

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