This is really sad to hear.
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Class is back in session!
On Wednesday, Beverly Hills 90210's Tori Spelling & Ian Ziering had a mini-reunion at the Alvin And The Chipmunks: The Road Chip party at Au Fudge restaurant in West Hollywood!
In case you didn't know, the reality TV star played virginal Donna Martin, while the hunk portrayed Steve Sanders!
While the blonde wore a sheer pink crochet dress, Ziering went casual in a short-sleeved button down shirt and jeans.
Although husband Dean McDermott wasn't in attendance, she brought daughter Stella, seven, and son Liam, nine. Ian and his wife Erin Kristine Ludwig brought their daughters Mia, four, and two-year-old Penna.
Also in attendance was Lea Michele, who was there to support stylist and Au Fudge co-owner Estee Stanley.
We are so glad Tori and Ian were able to catch up!
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Candy revealed that she's already been financially supporting her daughter when TMZ caught up with her in West Hollywood on Tuesday night:
Dominic Purcell and AnnaLynne McCord are giving it another go!
In fact, the 45-year-old UK native referred to the Southern gal as his "girlfriend" while sitting down with E! News to talk about his new CW show Legends of Tomorrow.
Miz McCord even crashed the interview herself!
She gushed about her man and his upcoming project:
"I've only seen the trailers! It just sounds like Dom in real life. He's so funny. He doesn't know that he's funny. He's so serious about the stupidest sh*t in life and that's why he's funny. Everyone laughs and he looks over and he's like why are they all laughing at me, I'm not funny! And then we laugh more because that's funny too."
Dominic is also planning to visit his 28-year-old lady love on her trip to Cambodia to work the The New Somaly Mam Fund — one of her many charitable efforts.
The actress expressed her excitement for him to join her:
OMG! This is scary!
Jason Priestley was hospitalized on Monday after he was thrown off of a horse on the set of his new TV show The Code — a Canadian crime show that stars Priestly as an ex-hockey player turned crime solver!
The 90210 alum suffered a concussion and had to stay in the hospital overnight for an observation, but was released on Tuesday.
On Wednesday, the actor took to Twitter to thank his fans for their well wishes and send an update on his health.
Even though he is fine, the 46-year-old will be taking some time off due to his "history of concussions."
We knew we'd said hello to that face before!
Well, if you're like us, then you've probably watched the first single from 25 about a dozen times now, and couldn't quite place the 27-year-old's onscreen love interest.
Luckily, we're here to give you an answer! As it turns out, you've probably seen actor/singer Tristan Wilds on TV in the past.
In fact, not only is he a Grammy-nominated musician, but Tristan actually had starring roles on both
Lifetime TV's Unauthorized Melrose Place Story aired on Saturday night, giving viewers some insight into what was really going on behind the scenes of the famous 90s drama Melrose Place.
There was a lot to take in from the special — some tidbits more believable than others — but if you missed it and want to re-live your glory days (LOLz!), here are the five most important things we took away from the TV tell-all:
Let's be honest, Jason Priestley has a point.
The former Beverly Hills, 90210 star went on Twitter Sunday night to respond to the news that broke over the weekend regarding Tori Spelling's Celebrity Lie Detector interview about the two of them having a summer fling.
And in his tweets, Priestley seemed none too happy about Spelling deciding to reveal publicly that they were intimate way back when.
First, after a fan asked about the Celebrity Lie Detector show itself, a (sort of) Tori apology, and whether Priestley was watching — Jason tweeted: