Mark-Paul Gosselaar is also on board with a reunion
Dennis Haskins, known as the iconic Mr. Belding, would be interested in starring in a Saved by the Bell reunion, if there was ever one put together, sources say.TMZ caught up to the star, who stated that he would be excited to participate in a Bayside High reunion.
“I have always supported a reunion of any kind including all of us. [...] Honestly, the fans still love us and our show so much ... they deserve it!,” he tells reporters.
Rumors of a possible get-together have sprung up after the cast of Boy Meets World was brought back. One of the Saved by the Bell show's lead characters, Mark-Paul Gosselaar, recently mentioned the series.
Gosselaar told the same publication that the Boy Meets World reunion was a good idea, which, if successful, might be applied to “Saved by the Bell.”
"Maybe we'll do a reunion as well," he allegedly said.
It will be hard getting the cast together, however. Jimmy Fallen has been pushing for a reunion since 2009, when he almost made it happen, if it wasn't for Tiffani Amber Thiessen pulling out at the last moment.
In May last year, we wrote about former Valley girl Lisa Turtle, played by actress Lark Voorhies, who now looks completely different. Her drastic change of looks prompted rumors about her having plastic surgery.
“If the Bayside High Class of 1993 reunion ends up happening, Jessie, AC, Kelly, and Zack might have a hard time recognizing their old pal Lisa Turtle,” Us Magazine noted at the time.
Haskins himself was videotaped by TMZ while he was acting as a judge in a wrestling competition. Mr. Belding served as the referee and strict principal in the “Saved By the Ring Bell” event by the Pro Wrestling Syndicate.