ByMeghann Elisa, writer at
'Of course it is happening inside your head, Harry, but why on earth should that mean that it is not real?'
Meghann Elisa

With filming officially underway for Netflix's highly anticipated revival of Gilmore Girls, rumors are flying about what we can expect to see from the new series. Warner Bros. hasn't given much away so far; all we know is that the series will consist of four 90-minute episodes, one for each season of the year, and most of the original cast will be reprising their roles. But wait! Did a fan just drop the biggest hint about the story to date?!

While on a tour of the Warner Bros. studios on Sunday, fan of Gilmore Girls (and practically a private detective), Jordan McKamie, found a pretty surefire sign in the prop storage area that there will be a WEDDING in the upcoming revival! Check out the evidence below:

The caption reads:

We took a tour of Warner Bros studio today and saw Stars Hollow but couldn't take pics. But we did see this in the prop storage!!

As fellow fans of the show will remember, Rory turned down a proposal from Logan at the end of the seventh season. Could this mean a change of heart? Possibly, but with Rory's 'perfect' first boyfriend Dean and badass fan favorite Jess also confirmed to appear, it looks like there might be more than one ex-boyfriend vying for Rory's attention.

Naturally, the fans on Twitter have plenty to say:

Maybe it will be Lorelei who will walk down the aisle?! She was engaged to Luke for almost a year. Watch the classic moment they decided to tie the knot in this clip:

The writers may even decide throw a total curveball and have Lorelei marry Chris, who is also set to return. But who's to say we're even on the right track here? The said 'wedding' could all just be a fantasy sequence playing out in someone's imagination. The suspense is too much!

Gilmore Girls: Seasons will be brought to us by original husband and wife team Daniel Palladino and Amy Sherman-Palladino, who came up with the idea for the show back in the late '90s on a visit to Washington, Connecticut. The four-part series will be released to Netflix but a premiere date has yet to be announced.


Who would you like to see get married on 'Gilmore Girls'?

Source: Us Weekly


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