The Cast of 'Beverly Hills, 90210' Reunite to Remember Luke Perry

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The cast of Beverly Hills, 90210
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It's been a little over a week since Luke Perry was laid to rest after suffering a massive stroke, and it still hurts -- no matter how many reruns we watch of the '90s heartthrob. People are still grieving, including the actor's castmates, as Luke Perry's Beverly Hills, 90210 costars came together to mourn his passing.

  • Brian Austin Green, who played David Silver on the show, recently revealed the cast came together to remember Luke.

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    Beverly Hills, 90210 was a beloved teen show that aired for 10 years (from 1990 to 2000) that initially followed Brenda and Brandon Walsh, two twins from Minnesota, as they navigated the halls of West Beverly High School and life in a wealthier zip code. We were introduced to characters such as Kelly Taylor, David Silver, Donna Martin, and an assortment of others that touched our hearts over the decade.

    But the one that is still close to our hearts is Luke Perry's character, Dylan Mckay, the "bad boy" we all loved.
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  • The gang reunited at Gabrielle Carteris's house to mourn the loss of their dear friend.

    Gabrielle Carteris
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    Brian Austin Green admitted there were "mixed emotions" during the gathering on a recent episode of his podcast, Us Weekly reports. "People I haven't seen in, like, 18 years, at least," the celeb dad revealed about the reunion. "And you see them there, and it's … you were happy to see everybody, and you felt like, 'God, it's been too long,' and it was great, but what a horrible reason to have to see everybody again."

    Although we can only imagine the amount of tears, Brian also added there were fun and laughs, too.

  • Luke's death has left so many people in disbelief that Brian confessed he texted him after he passed.

    Brian Austin Green and Luke Perry
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    "Luke was a special guy. I'm still mourning over it, so there's a part of me that's kind of shocked that I'm speaking about Luke this way," the 45-year-old also shared on his podcast about remembering Luke Perry.

    "We all knew that at some point we'd have to deal with losing cast members and friends, but not this soon. Not at 52. Not in such an abrupt way. Luke was one of those people nobody had a bad story about. He was just a great guy. And he was Luke no matter where you saw him, no matter when you saw him, no matter what he was going through. He was a rock.

    I texted him after he passed, knowing obviously that he can’t text me back but on some level, hoping that he would text me back, or that he was out there somewhere. And I know he is. I know he's looking down and I know he's smiling."

  • We'll soon get to see the gang from West Beverly reunite as 'Beverly Hills, 90210' is being revived.

    The first teaser for the 90210 reboot hit the Internet one day before Luke's stroke that made it very bittersweet to say the least.

  • But it just won't be the same without Luke.

    The cast of Beverly Hills, 90210
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    Though Luke Perry couldn't fully commit as he was starring on the hit show Riverdale, he was interested in doing whatever he could given his other commitments.

    Still, it will never be the same without him.
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