More than two decades since the teen drama ended, Beverly Hills, 90210 fans are now declaring Jennie Garth still knows how to revive her Kelly Taylor character with her wardrobe.
On August 17, the What I Like About You actress gave followers a look at what summer days at home look like for her. Donning a pink button-down dress with puff sleeves and a tie waist, Jennie looked like she had just walked out of a TV show while posing for the camera at the edge of the pool. If the dress wasn’t pink enough, she chose to pair it with a bold lip color of a similar hue. What’s more, the GAC star completed her look with wavy hair and no shoes.
“Not usually into pink ????,” she captioned the Instagram photo.
As soon as Jennie posted the poolside picture, 90210 fans flooded her comments section with heartwarming words about how great she looked. Many noted how she seemed to be ageless, just like her former 90210 co-star Tiffani Thiessen.
“You always look amazing. Never age. You suit this [color]. I think blondes suit pink,” one person wrote. “Wow still my Beverly Hills 90210 Beauty,” another added. “Wow!!! You look amazing!!! Total Kelly Taylor high school vibes!!! ????????????,” a different fan said.
Speaking of her time on Beverly Hills, 90210, Jennie hasn’t exactly left life at West Beverly Hills High School. She and close friend/co-star Tori Spelling have been hosting the 90210MG podcast since October 2020, and she’s finally understanding the hype the drama had at the time it aired.
“I had never watched  before, so I wasn’t a fan of the show,” Jennie told KTLA in May. “Now, I’m actually a legitimate fan.”
With the podcast focusing on revisiting every episode of the hit series, Jennie and Tori are just enjoying their journey back to high school, even if it’s strictly fictional.
“Literally just watching the episode back and just talking about it — whether we’re ripping it apart and making fun of it or relating to it, it’s just so fun,” she told Fox News in May. “And the fans are along for the ride, which makes it even more fun.”
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