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It didn't work out between Tori Spelling and 90210 producers, but the actress harbors no bad feelings towards the spin-off.

"I hope it turns out to be a really great show, just for my dad [Aaron Spelling]'s legacy," Spelling said on Sean Valentine's Valentine in the Morning 104.3 MY fm radio show, People reports. "I was originally a part of [ Beverly Hills, 90210] and it was something pretty phenomenal, so I hope it turns out great."

The 35-year-old was originally attached to reprise her old role on the CW show, but reported salary disputes saw her - and with her, Donna Martin - depart the project.

"As of now there are no plans for me to be on the show," she said.

Spelling would've been one of three returning 90210-ers. Former foes Jennie Garth and Shannen Doherty have jetted back to West Beverly High, and Garth is determined to bring Donna Martin back.

"I'll try to butt my head in whenever I can and tell people what I think about it," she has said. - Joyce Eng