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

Tewaaraton winner Baum helps push Colgate further into spotlight; Schwarzmann adds to trophy case

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on May 31, 2012 at 12:00 pm Contact David: dbwilson@syr.edu | @DBWilson2 Commentscenter_img WASHINGTON – A season of surprises in NCAA lacrosse couldn’t have ended in a more fitting way. Loyola (Md.) won the national championship after beginning the season unranked, and Massachusetts and Lehigh took away the spotlight from the nation’s top traditionally elite programs and rose to prominence. On Thursday night, a season on unexpected outcomes continued on as another underdog was awarded the Tewaaraton Trophy. After leading the nation in both goals and points per game and thrusting Colgate into the center of college lacrosse’s best teams, attack Peter Baum was awarded the most prestigious individual award in college lacrosse. ‘What an unbelievable experience,’ Baum said. ‘I am so proud to be part of the Colgate family and could not be happier to win this award for my teammates, friends and Raider nation.’ Baum stood out among the five finalists because of the lesser-known school he was representing. Virginia attack Steele Stanwick and Duke longstick midfielder C.J. Costabile both come from traditional lacrosse powers, while Greyhounds attack Mike Sawyer and UMass attack Will Manny played for two of the top ranked teams this season.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text While Baum’s Raiders were the No. 8 seed in the NCAA tournament, Colgate still isn’t quite the same marquee name as the other four schools. Additionally, no player born west of the Mississippi River had won the Tewaarton Trophy in the 12 year history of the award. But that all changed with Baum, a Portland, Oregon native, showing that lacrosse is gaining in popularity in the western part of the United States. Lacrosse’s prevalence in the Pacific Northwest comes as no surprise to SU head coach Gary Gait, a native of Victoria, British Columbia, who worked with Baum at summer camps in the Pacific Northwest. In Gait’s opinion, Baum serves as a great ambassador for the expanding popularity of the game. ‘It just shows that lacrosse players, again, can come from anywhere,’ Gait said. ‘And Peter loves the game and I’ve been fortunate to work with him over the past few years in Portland and (he’s) just a great kid.’ Schwarzmann given one more honor Maryland added yet another piece of hardware to its crowded trophy case Thursday night as Katie Schwarzmann was awarded the Tewaaraton Trophy. Schwarzmann joins Jen Adams and Caitlyn McFadden as Terrapins who have won the award to go along with the program’s record eight national championships. ‘It’s just a great experience,’ Schwarzmann said. ‘Not many people get to go through this, so I’m very thankful. … Being recognized amongst this group of girls is just an awesome accomplishment.’ Schwarzmann, a junior, was a finalist for the second consecutive season and was named ACC Offensive Player of the Year. The midfielder led No. 3 seed Maryland to the final four this season where it lost to eventual national champion and second-seeded Northwestern in the NCAA tournament semifinals. Michelle Tumolo, NU defender Taylor Thornton, North Carolina attack Becky Lynch and Florida midfielder Brittany Dashiell were the other finalists for the award. Syracuse faced the Terrapins on March 10 and defeated them 10-9 as part of the Orange’s 15-game winning streak. But in that game, Schwarzmann scored two goals on 10 shots to go along with a draw control. ‘She’s a great player; exceptional,’ SU head coach Gary Gait said. ‘One of the best all around players, offense, defense, transition, ground ball player, just a true middy and I think a well deserved award.’ Schwarzmann finished second in the nation with 72 goals, behind only the Orange’s Alyssa Murray. She also also led Maryland in ground balls and was second in draw controls during the regular season. In the offseason, Schwarzmann will compete with Tumolo and Syracuse assistant coach Katrina Dowd as members of the U.S. national team. ‘She’s such a great player,’ Tumolo said. ‘I’m so glad that I get to play with her on the U.S. team.’ dbwilson@syr.edulast_img read more

Former Super Eagles Striker, Ighalo, Warns Osimhen Not to Relent

first_imgFormer Super Eagles forward, Odion Ighalo, has tasked the rave-of-the-moment, Victor Osimhen, to keep improving himself and not get carried away with accolades he is getting so far in his fledging career at top level football.Ighalo, who ended his international career in July following Super Eagles’ third-place finish at the AFCON 2019 in Egypt where he was awarded the Golden Boot after scoring five goals the in tournament, said the young striker should keep working hard to improve himself.Following his retirement, Osimhen has taken over the Number 9 shirt and has been in outstanding form to earn the country back-to-back wins in Nigeria’s first two Group L qualifying games for the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations. The Lille star helped Nigeria turn around a goal deficit against Benin with his equaliser in their 2-1 victory last Wednesday, before putting up a five-star performance in their 4-2 win over Lesotho where he bagged two goals and two assists on Sunday.In reacting to the latest heroics, Ighalo who had a four-year stint with the three-time African champions has urged the Lille talisman to remain focused and to keep learning.“I always told him that he has everything it takes to lead this attack, but it all depends on him,” Ighalo told ESPN.“I told him he has to keep working hard, stay humble and always be ready to learn, and above all not to get carried away with success or hype but just to keep improving.”Meanwhile, Super Eagles coach, Gernot Rohr, is full of praises for Osimhen’s progress despite his limited playing time when Ighalo was active in the national team.“I took him already in my first match, remember. Everybody was surprised. He was 17 when I selected him in August 2016,” Rohr said.“He was in Germany and unlucky with injury, and then he fought very well to come back.“And now I have very good information on him from Lille. He is progressing, and also I saw him progressing for seven weeks before and during the Afcon. Also, we had Ighalo, so he could not play so much, but then in the last match he did well and he showed all the progress he did.“He is working well. There is no secret. When you work well and you have the talent and you stay humble, you can succeed and he can even improve because he is still very young.”Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more