In a recent interview with Emily VanCamp - who plays Emily Thorne on ABC's Revenge, of course - the actress may have revealed a major spoiler when she mentioned to to The New York Daily News:
"Today, I was sobbing over the death of one of our characters.”
The main topic of the interview was VanCamp's role in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, but she spilled the above information when mentioning the various emotional states she's been through while filming the Revenge Season 3 finale.
To whom could the star be referring? Which character's demise would drive Emily to tears?
With the finale looming on May 11, we take a look below at who might be meeting the grim reaper before it's all over:
Tears? Well, perhaps tears of joy because we can't imagine Emily shedding anything else if her mortal enemy found an untimely end. However she might be a little disappointed if she didn't have a hand in it herself.
Emily and her half-sister have never been particularly close and since Declan died last season, Charlotte hasn't had much to do other than dabble in her parents' affairs. Charlotte's demise wouldn't make us happy but we doubt we or Emily would need a Kleenex to get through it.
If Emily's current on again / off again love interest didn't survive the season it might just push Ms. Thorne right over the edge. We can only imagine the type of Revenge she'd be looking to inflict on the guilty parties.
Conrad's made more than his share of enemies. It would be easier to make a list of who wouldn't want to see him dead. Even though he's occasionally been nice to Emily, we'd be surprised if his demise would drive her to tears.
Emily and her ex-hubby have been anything but loving since he found out she faked a pregnancy and then shot her. There's certainly no love lost between these two these days but if he were to die a horrible death, Emily might just need wipe away a tear. Maybe even two.
Oh no! That quote says "sobbing" doesn't it. If Emily's best pal met his maker, she wouldn't be the only one crying. We'd need an entire box of tissues to get through the episode and the 5 stages of grief afterwards wouldn't be pretty.