No exchanges of eggs were required to join this West Beverly High reunion...unless perhaps someone ordered the omelette entrée.
Jason Priestley, Brian Austin Green and Ian Ziering, the three surviving main male stars of the hit '90s series Beverly Hills, 90210, reunited for lunch on Wednesday, Feb. 17, in Southern California's San Fernando Valley (don't tell Steve Sanders). The actors were photographed dining together outdoors at the Petit Trois restaurant in Sherman Oaks.
Each star arrived separately and the group spent more than an hour at the eatery, an eyewitness told E! News. They were seen laughing as they enjoyed their meal and were later seen hugging goodbye while wearing masks.
Hours before their lunch, Priestley showed support for Green by calling on his Instagram followers to watch the actor co-judge the finale of Fox's The Masked Dancer that evening.
They and many other members of the Beverly Hills, 90210 cast have kept in touch since the series ended its 10-season run in 2000. Priestley, 51, Ziering, 56, and Green, 47, were last spotted in public together in February 2020, walking in Los Angeles. Last December, Ziering shared a 2005 photo of him and Priestley on Instagram, writing, "When you find someone great, keep them. #bff."
On Beverly Hills, 90210, Ziering, Priestley and Green played Sanders, Brandon Walsh and David Silver, respectively. In 2018, they and most of their past co-stars signed on as cast members of a FOX mockumentary show titled BH90210, developed by original actresses and BFFs Tori Spelling, 47, and Jennie Garth, 48.
The reunion series premiered in 2019, months after Beverly Hills, 90210 actor Luke Perry died of a stroke at age 52. The cast paid tribute to him on the first episode of the new show. FOX ultimately did not renew BH90210 for a second season.
See photos from Priestley, Ziering and Green's mini reunion on Wednesday: