What would a 90210 spinoff be without Brenda, Kelly and Donna?
Tori Spelling, who was rumored to have dropped out of resprising her role as Donna Martin due to a battle over money, says she still plans to appear on the show.
"I was supposed to be in the pilot and then I had Stella [daughter] when they went back into production so it didn’t work out, but I’m hoping [to return] later in the season," she tells Extra in an interview set to air tonight.
Returning to West Beverly High will be just the latest accomplishment in the busy actress’s life. She recently hosted a blowout bash in Las Vegas at Christian Audigier‘s nightclub, is getting ready to promote her second book and keeps audiences glued to the TV set with her reality show Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood.
But the 35-year-old new mom says she keeps her priorities in check– raising her two children, Liam, 1, and baby Stella, 7 weeks, with husband Dean McDermott is always number one.
"Having two is so much better than having one," she said. "Because I get to differentiate between a boy and a girl…At seven weeks, Stella already has a much different personality than Liam and just seeing them bond together is so amazing. It takes your life to a different level."
Spelling says she definitely wants more kids—just not quite yet!
"We would like more…But I think we’ll take a break. Enjoy the ones we have now and enjoy each other and the family unit," she says. "But in the future, it would be nice to have more."
Tori says she’s really excited about her second book, Mommywood. "STori Telling was kind of stories about my life growing up and now it’s kids lives growing up, and me being a mom…Being in the craziness of Hollywood and dealing with that," she says.