When a TV cast is good, it’s good. There’s nothing like a couple of co-stars who have such undeniable chemistry that it carries the show. Makes you believe in them. Makes you wish you could, like, look them up on Facebook long after the series finale. For fans of the original Beverly Hills 90210, this dream is sort of coming true. Co-stars Jennie Garth and Tori Spelling (who were BFFs on the show, and truly the only duo that stayed intact during the series’ decade-long run) are making a primetime comeback! They’re starring in a new ABC Family sitcom, Mystery Girls, where they’ll play “former co-stars on a ’90s TV show” who open a detective agency. Amaze. And it had us thinking — what if we could find out what our other favorite old school co-star characters are up to these days?
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Jessica Simpson confirmed the pregnancy we pretty much all knew about already with a tweet yesterday that read, “Merry Christmas from my family to yours!” accompanying a deadly cute photo of 7-month-old daughter Maxwell Drew in front of the words “Big Sis” written in the sand. It by far surpasses Simpson’s “Mummy” tweet from last Halloween, and also makes us really wish she’d been able to break this news herself, rather than some “friend” who sold the story to Us weeks ago.
UPDATE: Weight Watchers also let Jessica announce her new pregnancy in a 30-second ad, released today. “Being healthy has become a part of who I am, which is great timing, because I’m having another baby,” she says. (WW made sure to add a printed message on the ad that says, “Pregnant women are not eligible to join Weight Watchers. Jessica has stopped following the plan and intends to return after she gives birth.”)
The announcement made us think back to all the other varied ways in which celebrity moms announced their big news to the world in 2012. Here are some of our favorites:
Snooki’s “OMG! I’m Pregnant!” Us Weekly Headline: This is another one we pretty much already knew about before the story was published, but the fact that we could totally hear Snooki’s voice as we read that headline made it more unique than your typical pregnancy story sold to a tabloid.
Amber Rose Follows Beyonce’s Example: Following a couple of weeks of speculation, Amber accompanied Wiz Khalifa to the MTV VMAs this year in a lacy skintight gown and caressed her little bump on the red carpet, leaving no more doubt about their big news. Months later, it looked like Jenna Dewan-Tatum was doing the same red-carpet reveal in her flowy princess gown at VH1 DIVAS, but she and Channing Tatum decided to let us guess for a few more hours before going the typical publicist-to-magazine route.
Private isn’t a word most people associate with Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott. For example, remember when Dean accidentally tweeted a photo of Tori topless? Of course, we completely understand why the couple want to keep information about an emergency surgery on lock. On the other hand, when fans get accustomed to you tweeting every aspect of your lives and then you don’t tweet about a widely-reported medical emergency…yeah, you can understand why some people might have assumed something was drastically wrong.
Luckily for everyone, the Home Sweet Hollywood star and her hubbie are doing just fine. “Tori underwent emergency surgery over the weekend due to complications from her c-section,” Spelling’s rep told People. “She remains in the hospital and is resting comfortably.” Tori has had a total of four c-sections during just as many pregnancies, two falling within a single year. Tori’s last c-section was on August 30 when she delivered son Finn Davey and now we are losing consciousness due to how many times we’ve had to type “c-section.” Meanwhile, Dean responded this afternoon to frantic followers worried that something more dire was going on with his spouse. “She’s good. Just testing,” Dean finally reported on Twitter, “I didn’t want to alert the world. No TMZ knows. Was trying to keep it private.” Sorry guys! Meanwhile we’re going to give all the credit for Tori’s recovery to their baby…Dr. CoolBaby.
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