Jennie Garth and Tiffani Thiessen’s long-standing feud may be over.
The former “Beverly Hills, 90210” co-stars reunited and posed together for a photo at a star-studded dinner party hosted by Bethenny Frankel on Tuesday night.
It’s not yet clear why Frankel hosted the unexpected get-together, but the former “Real Housewives of New York City” star posted the image of her guests on Instagram.
Alongside the picture of Garth, Thiessen, Frankel, NeNe Leakes, Larsa Pippen, Elisa Donovan, Melissa Rivers, Tanya Rad, Cheryl Burke and Raquel Leviss, the Skinnygirl founder wrote, “A dinner JUSTBcuz… Thanks for a beautiful night ladies…I’m still cleaning up all the spilled tea.”
Shortly after Frankel, 52, uploaded the post on Wednesday, one commenter wrote, “Jennie Garth and Tiffani Amber Thiessen were at the same dinner!?,” to which another replied, “I know. I’m dead.”
While Garth, 51, and Thiessen, 49, were once close — the latter was a bridesmaid in the former’s wedding to Peter Facinelli in 2001 — they had a rift later in life.
In 2012, Thiessen told Howard Stern that after getting off to a rocky start, she and Garth became “very good friends.”
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Then, “we had a falling out, and we grew apart,” she said. “I was the one who was hurt, let’s just say that.”
“It was a hard situation for everybody. We were close with Charlie … my best friend was Charlie’s roommate. It was hard,” Thiessen told Stern at the time.
In 2017, longtime besties Garth and Spelling took a jab at Thiessen during an episode of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” when they served as guest judges.
After a parody sketch based off their ‘90s show, Garth was critiquing contestant Aja, who played Thiessen’s character, Valerie Malone, and refused to say Thiessen’s name during her comments.
“As Ti … how do you say it?” Garth joked, prompting Spelling, 50, to jump in, saying, “Just say, ‘That which we don’t speak of.’”
Garth and Spelling laughed at their joke as the “What I Like About You” star added, “Yes, we know her as ‘That which we don’t speak of.’”
This past July, Garth and Spelling also said they “didn’t get” why Thiessen joined the show after Shannen Doherty’s exit in 1994.
“I remember thinking, ‘Yeah, why are they bringing this girl in? Like, we’re doing great. … Why is someone coming to fill the Brenda’s shoes?’ It just felt, like, I don’t know. … I didn’t get it,” Garth said on the July 31 episode of her and Spelling’s “Beverly Hills, 90210” rewatch podcast, “9021OMG.”
Theissen never reacted to Garth’s most recent diss, but their reunion at Frankel’s dinner party may be a sign that they’ve squashed their beef.
Garth remained on “Beverly Hills, 90210” for the show’s entire 10-season run from 1990 to 2000, while Thiessen joined at the start of Seasons 5 and left during Season 9. She returned for the series finale one year later.