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Video: Tori heads back to ‘90210’

Access Hollywood
updated 5/28/2008 11:39:21 PM ET 2008-05-29T03:39:21

It’s official — Donna Martin is back!

Tori Spelling will reprise her role as Donna on The CW’s new series, “90210,” the network confirmed on Tuesday.

“Donna Martin will be the owner of one of the coolest stores in Beverly Hills, a shopping spot that is frequented by the new cast of characters,” according to a press release by The CW.

Last week, Spelling stopped by “The Billy Bush Show” to talk about her impending return to her old stomping grounds.

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“I think the fans would be really excited to see Donna Martin back,” Spelling told Bush. “And I’d be excited to play her again. It’s been a long time.”

Earlier this month, the network confirmed Jennie Garth would also be heading back to her old zip code, reprising her role as Kelly Taylor.

In the new series, Garth will play a guidance counselor at West Beverly High School.

When Access Hollywood caught up with Garth at The CW upfront presentation, she said the new series will certainly push the envelope.

“(The executive producers) were telling me what they were going to do with the show and I was (like), ‘Wow! Is that what it is really like out there for teenagers?’” she told Access. “It’s just a different world and there is just so much accessible to young people now, so there is a lot to talk about now, [a lot] to deal with.”

The new “90210” will debut in the fall.

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