Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 17 April 2014

Jennie Garth: I'm so different to Doherty

Jennie Garth

Jennie Garth says she and Shannen Doherty are like "like oil and vinegar".

The former Beverly Hills, 90210 stars clashed while they were filming the long running television series. Now they are both older, they have healed their rift.

"Shannen and I did not get along at all. We butted heads. We were both strong and opinionated young women at the time. We were like oil and vinegar. All the stuff you heard about us was probably true, the stuff about us fighting," Jennie revealed to Australian radio hosts Kyle and Jackie O.

"We got together about a year ago. We met up as adult women and it works now. We've got this new adult relationship - it works. I appreciate her for her strength and honesty. I would call her a friend now."

Jennie loved playing her character Kelly Taylor in the show and is still in touch with many of her old cast mates.

"I saw Luke [Perry] two days ago and I saw Jason [Priestley] a week ago, we hung out together," she said. "I love them all. They will always be very close to my heart."

The 40-year-old mother-of-three has recently separated from her husband of 11 years, Twilight actor Peter Facinelli. Although she has high regard for her Beverley Hills co-stars she rules out the prospect of dating any of them now.

"Luke has a girlfriend called Madison!" Jennie exclaimed. "I still see Ian [Ziering], but he had a kid about a year ago. And anyway he is not my type. My type is big and strong and manly. Someone with dark hair who is mysterious. I'm not opposed to dating an older man!"

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