Gilmore Girls Alexis Bledel (Rory) mistakenly reveals a spoiler on the revival!

During an interview with a US magazine, Alexis Bledel, who plays Rory in Gilmore Girls revealed by mistake a spoiler on the revival.
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J-13 before the return of Gilmore Girls on Netflix (yes, there are!). And despite the many videos available on the web, few spoilers have actually managed to fuiter this revival entitled A Year in the Life . And if the streaming platform has échinée to carefully keep the secret, Alexis Bledel – performer Rory – has she let slip information of prime importance as to his character. While giving an interview to the famous American entertainment site, Us Weekly , the young actress was speaking on Jared Padalecki who plays Dean, his first love of fiction: “It was great working with him again. he’s so affable and friendly and has this incredible energy. Our scene was very fun to shoot. it was really great to meet up ” . But as rumors would like to see Rory finish one , the actress realized she had revealed a spoiler on the love life of his character.
Effectively declaring that THEY – singular – scene was fun to play, Alexis Bledel hinted that Rory does not end with Dean: “I think I said that, oops !” she joked, realizing his blunder. We can eliminate the character played by Jared Padalecki from the list of potential husbands of the youngest of the Gilmore family. A photo sowing doubt has even led to the idea of a baby to Lorelai or Rory , in which case the claiming the young woman could be the father of her child! It was not until November 25 to discover XXL four episodes of Gilmore Girls: A year in the life that marks the return of one of the most adored mother-daughter duos American television after almost a decade of absence. You get to see – finally – the famous four words of the late Amy Sherman-Palladino tease us for years! And you, are you surprised that Rory does not end with Dean?

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