'90210' Will Get a Visit From Samantha Ronson
Another celebrity has been added to the guest star list of "90210" with the joining of Samantha Ronson. People reported the producers of The CW's popular drama series have confirmed that the famous deejay, who is also known as the on-and-off girlfriend of Lindsay Lohan, has indeed filmed an episode for the show.
For her part, she is expected to give advise to Michael Steger's Navid on matters of the heart. Her scenes take place in a club where hip-hop star Pharrell Williams and his group N.E.R.D also perform. While it isn't clear whether her role is a one-time thing or recurring, the one she has filmed will air on November 3.
Beside Ronson, the show has secured another guest star with Rumer Willis. The "Sorority Row" actress takes the role of Gia who is described as "Punky, cute, lesbian. Not afraid to speak her mind. A little bit of a spitfire." Featured in at least one episode, her character will share screen with Navid, Adrianna and Silver as they work on the school's paper Blaze News.
"90210" will return next Tuesday on September 29. In "The Porn King" episode, Dixon continues his whirlwind romance with Sasha by driving to Napa for the weekend, but a flat tire leads to a trunk of porn and a bunch of lies. Annie, in the meantime, finds her confident attitude quickly disappearing when she realizes that Jasper, the nephew of the man she hit on prom night, is a student at West Beverly.
Navid continues to run the Blaze News, assigning Silver and Gia to interview Jasper for a news piece about his uncle. Things get steamy when Adrianna confides in Teddy. And, Liam finds a way to get revenge on Jen and reveal the truth to Naomi about their night together at prom.
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