Kelly Taylor and Donna Martin are back together again! (Well, sort of)

"Beverly Hills, 90210" alums Jennie Garth and Tori Spelling have reunited for "Mystery Girls,"a new mystery-comedy series on ABC Family. 

toofab's Rachel Hoffman caught up with Garth to get the scoop on everything from their on-and-off screen chemistry to her recent 30-pound weight loss. 
So, what is it like to work with her TV BFF again?

"Tori’s and my friendship is a pretty unique situation because we were on '90210' for ten years together," Jennie explains. "Not a lot of people get to experience what we did. So we have this crazy bond together and we are so blessed by that and able to carry that into our next job together. This is very a special love for each other."

But, Spelling isn't the only "90210" favorite to make a cameo on the family-friendly show.  

Joe E. Tata, who played Peach Pit owner Nat Bussichio on the hit series, is slated to guest star on "Mystery Girls."

"We loved having Joe back with us!" the actress says. "You never know who might be coming by to get a mystery solved ... stay tuned!"


It's no "mystery" that the 42-year-old beauty still looks just as fit as she did on "90210." She lost 30 pounds last year and has managed to keep the weight off with a new healthy lifestyle.

"Healthy cooking at home is a great contributor to staying fit," she reveals. "I also exercise whether it is going for hike or working with weights during the week. Shaking up the workout routine keeps it exciting. I have adopted a very healthy lifestyle over the last year. I focus on eating clean and I try to keep things gluten-free."


The mother-of-three also enjoys exercising with her three daughters -- Lola, Fiona and Luca. The proud mama and her brood recently took part in The Color Run.

"The Color Run was a blast! I ran it with two of my daughters on behalf of Shout. I partnered with Shout for this race because they share a lot of the same values as I do, especially when it comes to helping people find their fun!" she says.

"These days, people are just too busy and don’t take time for themselves," Jennie adds. "I learned that nearly 75 percent of Americans say day-to-day responsibilities ruin their fun. It’s important to remember it’s O.K. to take time out to have fun with your family. Even if it means making a little mess!"

Another place the actress doesn't mind a mess is in her home. "I am shooting 'The Jennie Garth Project' for HGTV. I am remodeling my new home pretty much from the ground up. I get hands on with power tools and chainsaws!"

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