PHOTOS: '90s nostalgia pictures "I remember... I could hear the door fly open and everyone screaming and crying," Spelling recalled.
"He was a little bit of my everything," Spelling said during the tell-all. I think I was always in love with Brian." PHOTOS: '90s TV stars -- then and now She also recalled how she fell for actor, 42, from the get-go. As fans recall, Doherty was notoriously difficult on the set, and Spelling claimed there was once even a physical fight that involved Jennie Garth.
He's also pretty salty, and I remember my mom telling me to keep an eye on the guy with the potty mouth. We'd often be hanging out outside the set in Van Nuys, having a smoke, killing time. He was such a guy, such a dude: Just give them a cigarette and a beer and he was good.
He was sexy before I even knew what that was."On Tori Spelling: While the combination of Garth, Doherty, and Spelling was toxic, she and show executive producer Aaron Spelling's daughter were close — and still are."We warmed up too each other, Tori and I, and we'd hang out in her dressing room because, like me, she didn't like to venture out of her cocoon too much either. Still, to this day there isn't much I wouldn't do for her if she needed me.
The incident occurred when Doherty, trying to break Garth's concentration while shooting a scene, pulled up the blonde's skirt, exposing "my bare a-- …
for everyone to see.""I yelled at her, something to the effect of, 'Come on, b---- — we're taking this outside.' I strode off the set and out into the dingy, crappy parking lot.
"From the very first episode Luke Perry was on, I had a mad crush on him," the actress confessed.
He would pull on my peach fuzz and he'd be like, ' Oh my gosh. You're like my Chewbacca.'" Spelling was also asked about her ties with Luke Perry.
Garth said she never hooked up with her on-screen beau — or any of the guys on the cast for that matter."So what was I to do with all these luscious men around me?
Of course we flirted with one another — constantly.
And that was it, and we stayed great friends for the rest of the run and beyond that, we had that one summer fling." In the early '90s, Spelling also famously dated Brian Austin Green, who played David Silver, the love interest of Spelling's Donna Martin. The shocking hookup admissions were nearly overshadowed by Spelling's other big revelation: That she got Shannen Doherty fired from the series, which was created and produced by her father, Aaron Spelling.