Jennie Garth And Tori Spelling Would Never Tell Jessica Alba To Not Make Eye Contact With Them!

October 5, 2020 / Posted by:

Recently, Jessica Alba revealed that before she got famous and long before she co-founded the “all-natural” products company that brought on a million lawsuits (and scorched skin), she guest-starred on Beverly Hills, 90210 and was told to not make eye-contact with the main cast because they were too special and amazing and like the gorgon, Medusa, one look would turn a regular person to stone! Jennie Garth and Tori Spelling have responded to those allegations and deny them completely. They’re two of the nicest people (according to them) and would 10/10 let Jessica Alba look them in the eyes.

Jessia was on the web series Hot Ones and talked about her early career and her short time on 90210 in 1998:

“And on the set of 90210, I couldn’t even make eye contact with any of the cast members, which was really strange when you’re, like, trying to do a scene with them. Yeah, it was like, “You’re not allowed to make eye contact with any one of the cast members or you’ll be thrown off the set.”

Us Weekly says Jennie and Tori are shocked over Jessica’s accusations. In a preview of their new podcast, 9021OMG which comes out November 9th, they talked about how they were actually very nice and would never have pulled an Ellen DeGeneres on Jessica. Jennie admitted she didn’t really remember though:

“I had all the scenes with her. If anybody didn’t want to have their eyes looked into, it would’ve been me, but I don’t remember ‘cause I have the world’s worst memory.”

Tori wondered if there was an internal-memo they didn’t know about telling guest-stars to back off:

“Imagine we just thought guest stars didn’t like us? They never looked at us! We don’t know why. We were so nice.”

Jennie said she wasn’t surprised by Jessica’s eventual success as an actress because what she does remember is how good she was:

“From the vague memories I have of working with her, I only remember her being super talented. She was very young, and she was really sweet. It does not surprise me that she’s gone on to be so successful.”

Tori was upset because she uses the Honest Company baby wipes. I know, it must hurt seeing that spon-con option vanish:

“I was a little horrified when I saw that clip… because her baby wipes are my favorite. …Like, I wipe my child’s ass with her baby wipes every single day. I’m so upset right now.”

Yeah, times sure changed–Tori is desperate for people to look at her now. The only people Tori Spelling doesn’t want to make eye contact with are bill collectors.


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