NEW YORK – Tori Spelling is returning to television — playing herself.
In a send-up of her rich-girl reputation, the "Beverly Hills, 90210" alumna — and daughter of producer Aaron Spelling — will star as a fictionalized version of herself in VH1's "so noTORIous," which premieres Sunday night.
Spelling, 32, portrays a has-been Hollywood actress surrounded by an eclectic bunch of friends: a wise former nanny, a devoted manager, a self-absorbed roommate and an acerbic real estate agent.
Loni Anderson stars as Spelling's on-screen mother, Kiki, a demanding Beverly Hills housewife.
Spelling's fashionable pet, pug Mimi La Rue, plays herself.