Fans are convinced Wikipedia spoiled Kylie Jenner's pregnancy reveal
There are certain things that happen every day. The Earth will rotate around the sun. 90,000 rats will be born in London. A mayfly will live out its entire life. And we'll receive yet another clue that Kylie Jenner is pregnant.
Listing all the clues she's pregnant would like naming all the grains of sand at the beach! We've seen her pose for photos with her midriff suspiciously covered up. We heard from a source that she's taking online Lamaze classes with her best friend, Jordyn Woods. We saw pictures of a large crib being delivered to her house. Is the 20-year-old reality TV star knocked up? All signs point to yes, and yet, Kylie refuses to confirm anything. Many people have wondered, "When is she finally going to stop stringing people along?"
Well, some Kardashian-Jenner fans think they've finally discovered the answer. And they found it in the place where you can find all of life's answers: Wikipedia. One person was perusing the Wikipedia page for Keeping Up With The Kardashians, and spotted something interesting: Episode 19 of this season is titled "We're Expecting!" Since the episodes where Kim and Khloé say they're expecting have already aired, what else could it possibly refer to, besides Kylie?
Most of the time people want to avoid spoilers for TV shows, but Keeping Up With The Kardashian viewers are actively seeking them out. I suppose you can't blame them. Kylie Jenner's pregnancy is the worst-kept secret since finding out Darth Vader was Luke Skywalker's father. All the teasing has to be pretty frustrating. In fact, they still might be teasing. Maybe in the final episode the Kardashians are just "expecting" a pizza to be delivered.
Another fan captured a screenshot of the episode description, which seems to offer additional proof. The summary reads, "Following Khloé’s pregnancy announcement, Kylie and Travis Scott have some news of their own to share with their family! Kylie is pregnant!" Maybe they're keeping Kylie's pregnancy a secret so they make the big reveal on TV. But while fans might be excited, they're not going to be surprised. If people heard this news months ago, they'd be like, "WHAT?!" Now they'll be like, "Uh...yeah. I know."
Not to be a buzzkill, but fans should probably pause before freaking out. Anybody can edit the information on Wikipedia. When I was growing up, people used to say, "Don't believe everything you read on the Internet." But now everybody believes everything they read on the Internet. Although the "We're Expecting!" title and description seem plausible, anybody could have just made it up. Other sources, such as TV Guide, haven't listed anything for Episode 19 yet.
So, I guess we're all left hanging until tomorrow, when the Earth will rotate around the sun, 90,000 rats will be born in London, a mayfly will live out its entire life, and we'll receive yet another tantalizing clue that Kylie Jenner is pregnant.