Shannen Doherty had an emotional reunion with her Beverly Hills, 90210 castmates this weekend.
Original cast members from the popular ’90s teen drama — including Doherty, Tori Spelling, Jason Priestley, Jennie Garth, Ian Ziering, Brian Austin Green and Gabrielle Carteris — came together on stage Sunday to discuss the series and take questions from fans during a 90s Con panel hosted by PEOPLE Senior Editor Breanne L. Heldman in Tampa, Florida.
Toward the end of the panel, Doherty, who has stage 4 breast cancer, received a standing ovation from the audience, causing her to tear up.
“Thank you so much,” an emotional Doherty, 52, said to the crowd. “You guys know how much I love crying constantly. And I do, it seems. So, thank you.”
In June, Doherty shared that the cancer had spread to her brain and posted a video on Instagram of her undergoing radiation therapy. She had a tumor removed from her head after a CT scan determined that the cancer cells spread from their original site to the brain.
“I have a fight for my life, that I deal with every day,” Doherty said on Sunday. “I think I am really great.”
Doherty joked about something else she thinks she’s great at. “My other profession is getting engaged, married and divorced, and I’m doing that very well,” said the star, who split in April from her third husband, photographer Kurt Iswarienko after 11 years of marriage.
Next up, Doherty — best known for starring as Brenda Walsh on Beverly Hills, 90210 and Prue Halliwell on Charmed — will launch a podcast in November.
“It’s going to be called Let’s Be Clear, and it’s a live interactive memoir,” Doherty shared on Sunday. “So you get to hear everything that I’ve refused to say before. I’m spilling the tea, but nicely!”
She also talked up 50-year-old Green’s podcast, Old-ish. “It’s amazing,” Doherty said. “So make sure you’re listening to it. Thank you for your love.”
Doherty has been open about her cancer journey for years. She was first diagnosed with breast cancer in 2015, which went into remission in 2017. She then announced in 2020 that her cancer had returned.
“Our life doesn’t end the minute we get that diagnosis,” she told Good Morning America in February 2020. “We still have some living to do.”
During the Charmed panel at 90s Con in Connecticut in March, also moderated by Heldman, Doherty gave a positive update on her health.