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Hey guyys! My name is Becca and I am the new owner of I Heart Jennie. You may know me from my other sites such as Amanda Seyfried Fan or Connie Britton Web. I am thrilled to be able to take over this site from Jess who has decided to step away from now. I have been a huge fan of Jennie’s for years and I look forward to working on this site.
I am working on revamping the site. All of the photos and content will remind (or be brought back shortly!) we just need a little bit of work in the back-end so things may be a little bit messy for a while. I didn’t want to leave the site offline for too long while I work on it though so we’re back live as things are a work in progress!

The biggest thing you need to know right now is that I will be moving all the images from the old gallery to a new one. The old gallery will remind up and viewable to everyone while I work on moving everything that was there to a the NEW GALLERY. All new photos of Jennie will only be added to the new one.

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Watch out Dylan and Brandon – Kelly Taylor is wielding a sledgehammer. Jennie Garth, who played the poor little rich girl on Beverly Hills, 90210 for 10 seasons, is reinventing her life postdivorce.

Among the top priorities: Remodelling a 1970s ranch home into a modern retreat for her and her three daughters. The redo is chronicled in the new HGTV series The Jennie Garth Project, debuting on Sunday.

It’s clear from the first episode that Garth isn’t just there to enhance the decor. Dressed in an oversized orange T-shirt and faded jeans, with minimal makeup and a messy ponytail, Garth has plenty of opinions about how her haven should look and works with her contractor to get it done.

The actress spoke about the process, being a new single mom and her hazy, crazy days on Beverly Hills, 90210.

Q: What about renovating houses excites you?

A: It’s about envisioning things. You can imagine what something can be and then being able to bring that into fruition. It’s the imagery and creativity of it all.

Q: We see you swinging a sledgehammer in the first episode – how important is it to you to be so hands-on? A: It’s really important because

I feel like if I didn’t do some manual labour, it wouldn’t mean as much to me and I wouldn’t be as invested.

Q: How many other houses have you renovated?

A: Any house I’ve ever lived in has had some sort of a little remodel. This is probably my fourth or fifth project. But none of them have been this scope, and none of them have been for me to live in with my girls.

Q: You talk about being a new single mom in the show – how are you redefining your life now?

A: I’m super-grounded now and I feel happy to be alone, happy to be with somebody maybe – I’m good with anything that comes my way. I didn’t feel as on-myfeet before.

Q: It was refreshing to see you go with low-key makeup and clothes. Was that a conscious decision? A: I didn’t really think about it at the time – maybe I should have! But there were days when I was dropping kids off at school and running to work and there was just no time to deal with all that. That’s just how I roll every day in the real world. Q: How do you look back on your Beverly Hills, 90210 days?

A: I don’t remember a lot about it. When I see photos of myself from then, I think, “Oh, that’s a nicelooking young lady.” I don’t really relate to it, in a weird way, because it was so crazy and so fast and so foreign to me, that whole life. I do remember working hard and being proud of the fact that I was part of something that everyone seemed to love.

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Sorry this wasn’t posted sooner. Crazy work schedule, lol.

ABC Family is not ordering more Mystery Girls.

The cable network has canceled the half-hour multicamera comedy starring Beverly Hills, 90210 alums Tori Spelling and Jennie Garth after one season. Spelling and Garth played two former TV detective show starlets brought back together by a real-life mystery. An ABC Family rep maintains that no official decision has been made.

Mystery Girls opened to 760,000 viewers on June 25 following the premiere of rookie sitcom Young & Hungry, before settling in to a mediocre 491,000 weekly average for its 10-episode run — below the ratings performances for Baby Daddy and Young & Hungry. TVLine first reported the news.

Spelling, Garth and Maggie Malina served as executive producers. The pilot was written by Shepard Boucher, from a story by Spelling and Boucher.

A formal decision regarding Mystery Girls, as well as Young & Hungry and Chasing Life, is expected at the end of the month.

The news comes weeks after ABC Family canceled freshman drama Twisted. As the search continues for former executive vp original programming and development Kate Juergens‘ replacement, the network is shoring up its proven players, renewing Switched at Birth for a fourth season and Pretty Little Liars for seasons six and seven. Its scripted portfolio includes The Fosters, Melissa & Joey and Baby Daddy, with several pilots — including Recovery Road, Stitchers and Unstrung — in contention for series pickups.

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Added captures of Jennie as “Charlie Contour” from the pilot episode & the opening credits.





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