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Excruciating Saved By The Bell Surprise Mini Reunion! Tiffani Thiessen NOT Happy To See Mr. Belding!

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Feb. 6 2013, Published 7:15 p.m. ET

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Fans of 90s TV cult classic Saved by the Bell look away now!

Because Tiffani Thiessen, famous for playing Kelly Kapowski in the popular sitcom, may have just dashed all hopes of a reunion during an interview on TODAY Tuesday, and has the excruciating video!

The 39-year-old beauty appeared on the NBC morning show to promote her latest part, on White Collar, when a surprise guest upset proceedings.

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That guest was Dennis Haskins, famous for his role as high school principal Mr. Belding, who interrupted the pretty brunette’s slot just as she was about to take part in a classic TV trivia challenge.

Needless to say, as her former co-star clowned around, Tiffani managed to force a smile and to wisely stay silent during the unbelievably uncomfortable moment, but made it clear she was suitably unimpressed by the impromptu appearance.


Last month, Haskins, 62, said that Saved by the Bell fans “deserved a reunion, while Mark-Paul Gosselaar reprised his role as Zach Morris on a 2009 episode of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.

At its peak, Saved by The Bell averaged around 5.6 million viewers, spanning five seasons, inspiring two spin-offs and made-for-TV movies.

It also made stars of Mario Lopez, Dustin Diamond, Elizabeth Berkley  and Lark Voorhies.

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