Prom is definitely going to be a night to remember for one fan-favorite couple. Find out who it is & tell us what you think!
By now, you’ve probably heard that one of West Bev’s finest will be walking down the aisle by the end of 90210‘s third season. You probably also know who that person is, and who they’re getting hitched to. What you don’t know, however, is exactly how the big proposal will go down — and that’s where HollywoodLife.com comes in…
OK, it’s spoiler time:
Ivy (Gillian Zinser) and Raj (Manish Dayal) are indeed the matrimony-bound couple, as leaked reports have already revealed, but they don’t necessarily make this decision in the most traditional way. In fact, it all begins with Raj proposing a threesome with a waitress at prom — and we went straight to Gillian to clear up the many online rumors:
“[The threesome] is Raj’s way of trying to not get too close to Ivy,” Gillian tells us exclusively. “He’s trying to protect her from becoming so attached to someone who’s going to ultimately leave her. Ivy’s obviously less than thrilled … and that’s her moment to come forward and tell him how she really feels. It’s her first real true love, and their relationship is riddled with this looming expiration date.”
And it sounds like Ivy’s big confession triggers a love-fest of epic proportions:
“Raj ends up really understanding that this is the girl who wants to be with him through the good, the bad and the ugly,” Gillian says. “His proposal to spend the rest of his life, which has its own meaning, comes in. So it’s not a traditional proposal, down on one knee. It’s more like: These are two kids know they won’t be together for long, so why not spend as much time together as possible?”
So what can we expect from the actual wedding? Gillian remains wisely tight-lipped on Ivy and Raj’s nuptials, but she did promise that viewers will be amazed at how so many elements of a traditional Indian wedding are incorporated into the ceremony.
“It was the most spectacular set we’ve ever filmed,” she tells us. “It was just so beautiful. Everyone did a fabulous job with it. Everybody wanted to ride that damn elephant, poor guy.”