The actress, who played goody-goody rich girl Donna Martin on the original "Beverly Hills, 90210" for 10 years, wants in on the spinoff the CW network is developing. She hasn't been contacted by producers yet, but like a high school girl praying for her crush to call, she's standing by the phone.
"My dad always wanted to do a new version of '90210,' so I'm sure he will be beaming from above!" Spelling told People magazine, referring to her late father and the show's producer Aaron Spelling. "And I'd love to somehow be a part of it. That as well would make my dad proud!"
Will Spelling, 34, return to "90210" the same perky, popular student who kept her reputation pristine and her legs closed long past graduation? Despite getting drunk on prom night and almost getting expelled from school, prompting her friends to chant "Donna Martin graduates!" outside West Beverly Hills High.
No. She'll have had sex this time.
"Well, I am a mom now, proud to say, but obviously too young to have a teenager, so maybe I could be one of the main character's young stepmom," said Spelling, who is expecting a little girl in June. "Playing the funny sex ed teacher at the high school would be funny, too, considering Donna Martin was America's most infamous virgin."