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The women of FOX 2 crash the Luke Perry party

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SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (WJBK) -

If you think Luke Perry's heartthrob days were back in the 90s, think again.

The women of FOX 2 made a point to show their Dylan McKay-love during Perry's appearance on 'The Nine' Friday.

Reporters Amy Lange, Alexis Wiley and Robin Schwartz, along with executive producer Laura Moore and assignment editor Danelle Aboud were all smiles when they walked on set to pose for a pic with the former 'Beverly Hills 90210' star.  

Perry was happy to take the photo, saying he felt like "Charlie with all his angels..."

Perry is in town for 90s night during halftime at the Detroit Pistons game at the Palace of Auburn Hills tonight. Learn more at www.nba.com/pistons.

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