Los Angeles: Actress Elizabeth Berkley says the reunion of the cast of her 1990s sitcom 'Saved by the Bell' left her overwhelmed with joy.
Berkley, 42, said the cast is friends with each other in real life but because of everyone's individual schedules could not meet so it was exciting seeing all together at same place, reported Us magazine.
"It was so exciting to see everyone again. We're all friends in real life... But we hadn't seen each other in that garb, right? And in that hallway in a long time. It was so much fun," she said.
Berkley played Jessie Spano on the show.
In a stunt organised by Jimmy Fallon and 'The Tonight Show', she reunited with her co-stars Mark-Paul Gosselaar (Zack Morris), Tiffani-Amber Thiessen (Kelly Kapowski), Mario Lopez (AC Slater), and Dennis Haskins (Mr Belding).
"(It was) emotional in a good way of just kind of seeing how far we've all come. Really I was excited for the aftermath, which was so much fun. People in the airports and grocery stores, people coming up... It really meant a lot to people," she said.