Shannen Doherty is showing her face for the first time in months, just hours before she is set to take the stand in her legal battle against her insurance company.
The 50-year-old Beverly Hills, 90210 actress -- who is currently battling Stage IV terminal cancer -- was all smiles despite gearing up to testify under oath.
Taking to her social media, Shannen looked ready for anything that comes her way while snapping a smiling selfie with her dog, Bowie.
The star appeared strong and healthy while behind the driver's wheel and revealing she was escaping on an all-girls trip before heading to the courtroom.
Sitting in her car, Shannen turned the camera on herself and smiled while her German Shephard looked on.
Wearing an oversized sweatshirt, she rocked a black hat reading, "be here now," and a pair of aviator sunglasses.
Sporting a fresh face without makeup, Shannen captioned the cute selfie, "Road trip time with @missbowiedoherty Favorite thing about this photo is how Bowie is looking at me with such curiosity about our adventure." She also used the hashtags, "#roadtrip" and "#girlsbestfriend."
Shannen hasn't been spotted by paparazzi in months. The notoriously private actress' last Instagram post was over three weeks ago.
As Radar reported, Doherty is set to take the stand to testify against her insurance company.
The '90s icon sued State Farm General Insurance, accusing them of refusing to pay for necessary repairs to fix her Malibu home. Shannen's property sustained damage due to the Woolsey Fire.
Shannen asked the judge to bar members of the media from the courtroom, citing her health as an issue.
Telling the judge she understands that “numerous members of the jury, court staff, and attorneys present at the trial,” she requested they limit the number of media allowed inside the courtroom during trial.
However, a judge disagreed and shut down Shannen's request.
Shannen believes State Farm screwed her out of nearly $4 million in repairs based on the policies she had. The insurance company claims it doesn’t owe her anything. State Farm alleges it has already spent millions on fixing her home and paid for her rental home during construction.
Shannen was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2015. In February 2020, she revealed her cancer had spread.
"It’s like anybody with Stage IV faces this thing where others want to put you out to pasture. I’m not ready for pasture. I’ve got a lot of life in me," she said at the time.
Shannen's lawyer argues his client should be living out her “remaining years peacefully in her home,” not fighting in court with State Farm.