Gilmore Girls' Milo Ventimiglia Just Dropped A Bombshell About Rory's Baby Daddy

The ending of Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life left a lot of Gilmore Girls fans confused. In the famous last four words of the show, Rory reveals to Lorelai that she is pregnant. But who's the father?!

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Since recent reports have made it unlikely that the TV show will return for a second season,  it looks like all of our questions will be left unanswered. Well, most of them. 

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Milo Ventimiglia, who plays Jess in Gilmore Girls, recently shed some light on the whole baby daddy dilemma. During a panel discussion for the TV show Gotham, Ventimiglia spoke about his experience filming the Gilmore Girls revival.  

"It was a great time. Jess was a fun character, but I always remind people that it was 16 years ago in the past. I’m very happy that the fans and the audience got those last four episodes. They should be happy with that," he said, before dropping the final bombshell. "Just so you know, it's not Jess’s kid."

Sorry to all Team Jess members who had been hoping that a secret rendez-vous between Jess and Rory had led to the pregnancy. Looks like we're down to two possible options. 

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