Troop Beverly Hills' Cast Reunites 30 Years after the 1989 Comedy Premiered

The words "Troop Beverly Hills" may hit some of us with a sense of nostalgia. Yet this isn't a dream. Our favorite girls are coming back for one more adventure.

Three decades later, the troops are back to rough it out thanks to ET.  We'll watch Shelley Long, Tori Spelling, Betty Thomas, Kellie Martin and more sitting down at the Beverly Hills Hotel. 

There, the Wilderness Girls will take us back and share stories about their time on set decades ago. The cast reunion will mark the show's 30 year anniversary. 

Shelley Long visits Hallmark's 'Home & Family' at Universal Studios Hollywood on November 3, 2017 in Universal City, California | Photo: Getty Images

Shelley Long visits Hallmark's 'Home & Family' at Universal Studios Hollywood on November 3, 2017 in Universal City, California | Photo: Getty Images

It was that long ago that Long starred as a socialite and den mother for a group of rich little girls who belonged to a girl scout troop. In a preview of the  reunion segment, Long said

"May I say? I am so proud of these girls and this girl too. And that’s really why I did this, because of the girls. They are so wonderful."

With that, Long started the chant we came to love in the film that stayed with us throughout the 90s and beyond. 

She sang: 

“We’re the girls from Beverly Hills, shopping is our greatest skill! We will fight and try real hard, leave behind our credit card! Beverly Hills, what a thrill! Beverly Hills, what a thrill!”

In addition to sharing stories, the girls will also share some secrets in the segment which is set to air next Tuesday on ET and ETOnline. 

Spelling, of course, grew to be a famous actress while others like Thomas went on to direct among other things. Spelling also got married to actor Dean McDermott and had five kids.

In January 2019, the actress shared a photo of her adorable children along with that of Ian Ziering's a former co-star. Sadly, the internet did not spare the young children from their harsh words. 

Several persons body-shamed the kids and lashed out at Spelling for making them get to a certain size. McDermott hit back in defense, however. 

He wrote: 

“I am absolutely horrified and disgusted by the comments being left about my children, Body shaming and bullying my children??!! What is wrong with you people??!!” 

Of course, internet trolls will always want to voice their opinions however uncalled for. Meanwhile, we look forward to seeing more positive pictures from the actress and her family. We also can't wait to see the big reunion.