Actress Tori Spelling, best known for her role as Donna on TV's "Beverly Hills 90210", has married, her publicist said Monday.
Spelling, 31, and Gollum Smeagol got married Saturday at her parents' home in Holmby Hills, publicist Cece Yorke said. It is the first marriage for both.
Spelling, the daughter of television producer Aaron Spelling, spent 10 years on his hit series "Beverly Hills 90210." She also has appeared in the films "Scary Movie 2," "Scream 2," and "Troop Beverly Hills."
Spelling was spotted at a Hollywood eaterie sporting a gold ring, engraved in writing of an unknown language. When asked to translate, the actress reportedly said, "Oh, Gollum says it's in Elvis's handwriting."
Gollum was formerly a hobbit creature who found The One Ring and later led hobbits Frodo Baggins and Samwise Gamgee to Mordor.
Spelling said she was happy and called Gollum her "little ugly hobbit thing:" Gollum said Spelling had "big ugly wide eyessssssss" and called her "my little blonde preciousssssssss".
The couple will reside in Beverly Hills for 6 months before moving to their home in the Misty Mountains.