Time apparently doesn't always heal when it comes to old feuds. Rumor has it that 90210 alums Tori Spelling and Jennie Garth have banned their former co-star Shannen Doherty from appearing on their latest ABC show, Mystery Girls.
According to a new report, both Spelling and Garth have told producers that while they don't mind inviting the rest of their former 90210 pals to guest star on their show, they don't want to see Doherty on the set.
"Tori and Jennie were gossiping about who from 90210 they'd like to invite on the show," an insider tells Life & Style magazine. "They both agreed they don't like Shannen. They said, 'There's no way she's coming on the show!'"
However, Garth reportedly wouldn't mind seeing former friend Luke Perry on the show, "Jennie said Luke reached out to congratulate her on the show," says the insider. "She said, 'Like said I looked so hot in the posters!'"
Meanwhile, in addition to her new show, there are also reports that indicate Spelling wants to put her four children into show business. According to sources close to the couple, Spelling has already hired an agent for her children Liam, 7, Stella, 6, Hattie, who is almost 2, and Finn, 11 months old.
"Between the reality shows and paparazzi snapping them, the kids are already around show business all the time," a source tells Star Magazine. "They're very theatrical at home, and Tori think the kids are ready for show business."
ABC Family will air it's original premiere episode of Mystery Girls on July 16.