La Toya Jackson slipped into her acting persona to play a record producer on "90210" (Tue., 8 p.m. ET on The CW). What she saw when she got there probably wasn't kind of the performance Dixon and Adrianna were hoping to put on. That's because Adrianna wasn't able to be on stage where she belonged.
Instead she was having to explain to security how Vanessa had gone all "Fight Club" and beaten herself up. As it was, Vanessa was blaming Ade and that meant the cops were but a phone call away.
But while all this drama was going on, Dixon knew the show must go on, and so it did. And it impressed both La Toya Jackson's character and her associate. They sought out Dixon after the show and offered him a record contract.
"I can't wait to tell Ade," Dixon said excitedly, which is when they knocked the wind out of his sails.
"Tonight, Adriana proved that she's not dependable," Jackson's character said. "And you proved that you don't need her on stage." The contract was for him and him alone.
Dixon couldn't bring himself to say anything at all about the offer to Adrianna. Their relationship had been developing so naturally and nicely, would this be enough to tear it asunder? She thinks their lives are about being together and playing music together and that's what he wants, too. But a record contract? That's hard to turn down.
Find out what happens next as "90210" continues Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET on The CW.
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