Forget Labor Day: the big September holiday this month is 90210 Day!
Tori Spelling paid tribute to Thursday's special date (9-02-10) and the classic 1990s teen soap in which she starred, and which her late father Aaron Spelling executive produced.
"My Dad [would] be proud!" Spelling, 37, Tweeted. (A Twitter friend wrote, "thanks to Aaron Spelling for his Brilliance." Aaron Spelling -- he was also behind The Love Boat, Charlie's Angels and many other shows -- passed away in 2006 at age 83.
Another Beverly Hills 90210 fan? Nicole Richie, who Tweeted: "Today is 9-02-10," adding the hash-tag "BeverlyHills90210Forever."
Hundreds of fans re-tweeted Richie's nostalgic shout-out; one joked, "Lets celebrate by going to the Peach Pit." Quipped another: "I wonder how Luke Perry is celebrating?" See how the original 90210 cast ruled the '90s!
Long before the CW's current revival, the Fox classic Beverly Hills 90210 aired from 1990 to 2000, and made teen idols out of Spelling, Perry, Jason Priestley, Jennie Garth, Shannen Doherty, Ian Ziering, Brian Austin Green and Tiffani Thiessen.
What's up with the original cast these days?
It was recently announced that former heartthrobs Perry, 45, and Priestley, 41, will reunite for a Hallmark Movie Channel Western flick, Goodnight for Justice. Perry will serve as executive producer, and Priestley will direct.
Spelling now stars in reality show Home Sweet Hollywood with husband Dean McDermott and their two young kids. Green, 37, recently wed longtime love Megan Fox; Ziering, 46, also walked down the aisle in June with second wife Erin Ludwig. Former bad girl Doherty, 39, recently resurfaced as a contestant on Dancing with the Stars -- but was the first contestant to be eliminated on the show's tenth season. Garth, 38, has three kids with husband Peter Facinelli (The Twilight Saga), and recently announced plans to pen a children's book. White Collar star Thiessen, 36, welcomed her first child, daughter Harper Renn (with husband Brady Smith), in June.