Tori Spelling, Jennie Garth Want to Talk to Jessica Alba About ‘90210’

first_imgTori Spelling and Jennie Garth haven’t heard from Jessica Alba since her claims about the cast of Beverly Hills, 90210 made headlines — but the former costars invited the actress to join their “9021OMG” rewatch podcast during an exclusive interview with Us Weekly.“I have been friendly with her at, like, events and stuff over the years. She’s super great. I don’t know what happened with that whole thing,” the 47-year-old True Tori alum told Us during a joint interview with Garth, 48, on Thursday, November 5. “But, you know, we kind of joked and it was kind of everywhere that I was like, heartbroken that she said that because her Honest Wipes are what I use on my babies’ butt daily. They’re my favorite ones. And at this point, like, I was kind of bummed that I didn’t get sent any free wipes. I’m just saying. I’m happy to support them, her company, and keep buying them.”- Advertisement – Alba, 39, made headlines last month when she claimed she couldn’t “make eye contact” with any of the actors during her two-episode arc on 90210 in 1998. “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,’” Alba claimed on Hot Ones.Tori Spelling and Jennie Garth Invite Jessica Alba on 9012OMG PodcastTori Spelling and Jennie Garth Frank Micelotta/Fox/Picturegroup/ShutterstockGarth, who noted she doesn’t know Alba well, said she and Spelling “have” to have the Dark Angel star on their podcast, which debuts on Monday, November 9.“Oh my God, yeah. Because I want to like go through her memory of how it all played out. Because I’m curious!” Spelling told Us. “I’m sure there’s a valid story there. We don’t believe it’s something she made up. She was a young girl. And probably someone in passing said this to her, which is heartbreaking to us. So, we would love to talk to her about it.”- Advertisement – “I think maybe she would be on our own by now,” the What I Like About You alum said. “She would definitely choose herself again.”Spelling, meanwhile, was more confident about Donna’s happily ever after with David (Brian Austin Green).“I’m gonna go with yes. And they have a gaggle of kids. Oh, that’s my real life,” she quipped. “I mean between the two of us, Brian and I have a lot of kids so yeah, I think Donna and David would have a lot of kids and be happily married.”Tori Spelling and Jennie Garth Invite Jessica Alba on 9012OMG PodcastJessica Alba PIERRE VILLARD/SIPA/ShutterstockGarth went on to admit she remembers less than “90 percent” of the series.“It’ll be fun to start from the very beginning, the pilot episode,” she told Us. “And you know, we’ve got like 10 years’ worth of episodes to work through, that’s gonna be a while.”Spelling added, “We have everything that happened off camera as well that we’ll get into fun details. That’s the cool perspective, people got to see us on camera, but we were actually, you know, friends in real life behind-the-scenes. So, it’ll be cool to kind of merge those worlds and let [our fans] in on it.”Listen to Watch With Us to hear more about your favorite shows and for the latest TV news! Garth and Spelling, who played Kelly Taylor and Donna Martin on Beverly Hills, 90210, respectively, for all 10 seasons, told Us that there’s an open invite to the show’s guest stars to appear on “9021OMG.”Tori Spelling and Jennie Garth Invite Jessica Alba on 9012OMG PodcastiHeartRadio“There’s so many people that have gone on to be like uber-famous that you know, we’re on this show, so we would love to kind of get them back on,” the sTORI Telling author said. “Jen and I had so many boyfriends on that show over the years. We want to have all our boyfriends on.”Garth agreed, but when asked if Kelly ended up with Brandon Walsh (Jason Priestley) or Dylan McKay (Luke Perry), she told Us she thinks her character is flying solo in 2020.- Advertisement – – Advertisement –last_img read more

Agro-Processors Called to be Creative During COVID19 Crisis

first_img Share Agro-processors are called to use this time to be creative and prepare for the evidently increasing demand for minimally-processed and healthy foods.John Robin of Benjo’s Seamoss and Agro-Processors Company Ltd believes that the value of agro-processing is quite clear at this time when parts of the world are faced with food uncertainties due to border closures, trade restrictions and a largely decommissioned workforce.He says this is an opportunity – albeit trying and scary.“They need to try at this moment to be very creative and innovative,” Robin said recommending that agro-processors explore new and emerging opportunities. “Seek to look at other possibilities…develop new products,” he said.He listed ginger, moringa and herbal teas as being in high demand.“They need to network with businesses in their same field so that if this person gets a market and cannot supply, you can share that market.”“This presents opportunities for research and development and create new foods to eat. While this may seem very hard on us, it presents opportunities, ” Robin said of the global lockdown to manage the spread of the coronavirus.As an example, he said “Government can engage most of the agro-processors to produce food to feed the nation instead of importing from overseas.”Robin says the available resources can be used to buy packaging material and raw materials and “retool our capacity so that we can produce more food and supply our people.”He invites agro-processors and manufacturers to contact the Dominica Association of Industry and Commerce and the Dominica Manufacturers Association to discuss their products, capabilities and production capacity. Share Sharing is caring! Tweetcenter_img BusinessCoronavirusLifestyleLocalNews Agro-Processors Called to be Creative During COVID19 Crisis by: – April 4, 2020 Share 114 Views   no discussionslast_img read more

Clippers welcome backup guard Jawun Evans back to their lineup

first_img“I feel great,” he said. “Just working out and trying to get back in condition.”Pressure, what pressure?The Clippers awoke Friday to find themselves in the eighth and final playoff position in the Western Conference standings, mere percentage points ahead of the Denver Nuggets and Utah Jazz. They also were two games behind a three-team logjam for fifth.If they were feeling the pressure to win and move up in the standings as they began their stretch run, it wasn’t evident to their coach. He couldn’t tell if they were feeling the heat with the 82-game regular season measured now in weeks rather than months.“That’s actually a question I’ve never known the answer to,” he said. “I mean, I feel the same way I felt last week or two weeks ago, but I’m not playing. Thank goodness for that. I don’t know. I would say the guys are pretty comfortable in their own skin or their own team way.“I don’t think anybody could tell that. I think you could see it in their play, though.”INJURY UPDATESRivers couldn’t say whether Bradley or Danilo Gallinari were making significant progress as they attempted to return from debilitating injuries. Bradley sat out for the eighth game and Gallinari was sidelined for the seventh because of a fractured right hand. The Clippers’ guard rotation has changed significantly since Evans’ last game. They acquired Avery Bradley from the Pistons as part of the deal that sent Blake Griffin to Detroit on Jan. 29. Bradley has since been sidelined by a similar injury and there’s no timetable for his return to the lineup.Austin Rivers and Lou Williams manned the guard positions Friday, with Evans joining Milos Teodosic and Sean Kilpatrick as backups. Kilpatrick was signed to a 10-day contract Sunday to bolster the Clippers’ backcourt.Doc Rivers welcomed Evans’ return.“Just another guard,” he said. “We’re guard light. Having another guard helps us. One of his skills is ball-pressure. That can really help us where we have a guy now who can get up and pressure the ball and use clock, so I think that will be good. I don’t know how much he can give us. We’ll see.”Evans said he was sound after an extended layoff. LOS ANGELES — Jawun Evans wasn’t a part of the Clippers’ plans when his rookie season began. He forced them into playing him, though. He filled a need and his role grew when first Milos Teodosic and then Patrick Beverley suffered injuries in the opening weeks of 2017-18.Evans provided a spark whenever he entered games. He pressured opposing guards and badgered them around the court, none more so than presumptive league MVP James Harden of the Rockets during a Clippers victory on Dec. 22 in Houston.The Rockets didn’t know who he was, but they learned quickly about the 6-footer from Oklahoma State. Evans averaged 5.6 points, 2 rebounds and 2.4 assists in 40 games, then he disappeared from view, sidelined by a lower abdominal injury.Evans made his return to the Clippers’ lineup for Friday’s game against the Cleveland Cavaliers at Staples Center. He wasn’t expected to play a big role in his first game since Jan. 20. Coach Doc Rivers wasn’t certain he would play a minute after he was listed as questionable.center_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more