‘Full House’ to ’90210′ Reunion

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Lori Loughlin and Shenae Grimes

Actresses Lori Loughlin (L) and Shenae Grimes attend the 9th annual InStyle summer soiree hosted by InStyle editor Ariel Foxman and the West Coast Editors of InStyle held at a private residence on August 12, 2010 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Michael Buckner/Getty Images For InStyle)

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chelsea korzenko Full House to 90210 Reunion Chelsea Korzenko is a KSU Alum who loves Atlanta! A movie/television junkie who is a native northerner, southern settler and optimistic occupier! Above all a CW lover and celeb gossip indulger.  When  not dishing about the latest celeb, movie craze or television show, you can find her enjoying a refreshing hike and nature’s beauty!  She can be reached at Chelsea.cwatl@gmail.com

Calling all Nineties lovers. The “Full House” crew reconnected in L.A. for its 25th anniversary, and the pictures are drooling cool. People reported, “It’s been 25 years since primetime viewers first got a glimpse at a different kind of all-American family on Full House, but on Saturday, Uncle Jesse, two-thirds of the Tanner trio and even Gibbler got together in L.A.”

Among the reunion gang was our very own previous “90210” CW star, Lori Loughlin—who played Debbie Wilson, the mother of Dixon and Annie.

From the nineties to present Beverly Hills, Loughlin’s familiar face is set to have her own reunion with “90210”; she’s expected to return for the show’s season premiere on Oct. 8.

According to TVLine, Loughlin will play her past role as Debbie Wilson.

A lot has changed since Dixon and Annie’s mom left the trendy zip code. In last season’s finale, Dixon was in a severe car accident which lands him in a hospital bed for the season premiere (at least he’ll have momma Wilson by his bed side).  I sure hope its enough to revive the talented Beverly Hills musician.

Are you excited to see Loughlin back on the CW?

“90210″ premieres Monday, Oct. 8.

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