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‘Glee’ season 5 possibilities: Could [Spoiler] and [Spoiler] be expecting a baby

‘Glee’ season 5 possibilities: Could [Spoiler] and [Spoiler] be expecting a baby?
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Jayma Mays who plays Emma Pillsbury on “Glee” is having a terrific run on her new show, “The Millers” and we couldn’t be happier for her. However, the actress only has 2 episodes left to shoot for “Glee” before she departs the series for good. On Jan. 17, Wetpaint came up with a surprising possibility for one of those episodes and it makes a lot of sense.

Given the title of season 5 episode 10, “Trio,” it seems more than likely that Emma and Will (Matthew Morrison) could have a future Glee club member of their own on the way. Nothing has been confirmed but there are other clues. Read on.

The song list rumored to be used for the episode includes a duet by Will and Emma. They are going to sing the 70’s soft rock hit, “Danny’s Song” originally released by Loggins and Messina. For those of you who are scratching your heads, the song deals with the arrival of a new baby. Hmmm, that’s pretty convincing right there.

Mays spoke to TV Line in November 2013 about the episode, “Trio.” Here’s what she had to say then:

“From what I understand, it’s a really good episode for her and for Will. So [the producers are] telling me to be excited!” While it’s not concrete evidence, it does sound like a new baby on the way storyline could be more than a rumor.

With the cast, including Mr. Schuester heading off to NYC and Mays departing the show, how this all plays out will be interesting to see.

So what do you think? Will Emma and Will learn they are going to become parents on “Glee”? Leave your thoughts in the comments below and check back often for news, updates and spoilers from the show as they become available.

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