'Gilmore Girls' Star Milo Ventimiglia Gives Glimpse Into Rory's Secret Love Life

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"Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life" was created in order to tie up stray and loose ends from the series. But it has only sparked off further questions from its fans. Who should Rory Gilmore have shacked up with finally? The answer is given a strange twist by actor Milo Ventimiglia.

Although Milo Ventimiglia appeared as a guest on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" last Tuesday, there were expectations that he would spill some beans on a recent series, "This Is Us." However, Fallon, a huge fan of Ventimiglia's show, got into a conversation regarding the "Gilmore Girls" series, according to ET Online.

Milo Ventimiglia began by joking about his arm, which was in a sling. He said it was a catch-all for a number of items, such as a phone and a diary. Then he gave Gallon a "Team Jess" pin regarding "Gilmore Girls." The host Fallon was quick to accept it and said: "I am Team Jess all the way! You're the best!"

But then Milo Ventimiglia asked whether all the guys were Team Rory in "Gilmore Girls" or not. That was a tricky question. Even if you sided with Fallon and could spot that Jess turned out to be matched well with Alexis Bledel's Rory, there were more members in Team Jess who would not agree and point out instead why Dean (Jared Padalecki) and Logan (Mark Czuchry) were ill-matched with Rory. Ventimiglia seemed rather unsure.

"I felt like it was maybe a little arrogant to be Team Jess," Milo Ventimiglia said. He did not seem sure that all those boys were Team Jess, after all. He was not too sure who would be right for Rory in "Gilmore Girls."

Still, there were other questions too - perhaps Dean, Jess or Logan were pitting Rory against other women. Logan too had a fiancé while filming "Gilmore Girls: A Year In The life." So could Jess be thought of as Team Rory throughout? Perhaps. If Milo Ventimiglia said so, it might be valid. Still, in spite of all speculations, Milo Ventimiglia seemed to pick Team Jack Pearson over Team Jess Mariano, according to Zimbio. 

"Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life," that was being talked about by Milo Ventimiglia was out on Netflix International in November 2016. You can watch the live streaming. But another season has not been officially announced, even though fans have been asking about it. The cast and writers have not given a positive answer to those queries.

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