Pretty Little Liars' Troian Bellisario Drops A Major Hint About Whether Spoby Are Endgame
Pretty Little Liars spoilers: Troian Bellisario Drops A Major Hint About Whether Spoby - that's spencer and Toby - Are going to end up together in season 7 of PLL.
With the premiere of season 7 creeping ever closer, Pretty Little Liars star Troian Belissario has been dropping a few hints about what you can expect for Spencer and Toby's relationship this coming series.
In case you need a little post-time jump refresher, season 6b saw the Liars' relationships get all mixed up with Spencer dating Caleb and both Toby and Hanna finding lurrrve with new characters.
But if you're wondering whether Spoby are going to be endgame when the show reaches its conclusion next series, Troian - who plays Spencer - might have a little bit of a hint to keep you guessing.
Clearly having a LOT of PLL fans asking her about her feelings on Spencer and Toby every day, she took to Twitter with a very curious line about her thoughts on the matter.
"I think with whomever and however Spencer ends up is going to be moving for the fans and Toby has and always will be in her life," Troian wrote.
Having spent about 45 minutes analysing this every possible way (LOOK, this is important journalistic business ok), we feel like this could either be as it reads - so a hint that Spencer and Toby won't be getting back together - OR a total double bluff to make us think the worst, but which actually means they really are going to get their happy ever after.
Not sure what that means for Hanna and Caleb, but if we're not getting a happy Spoby ending then really there's only one way we feel Spencer is going to get justice and let's say that it might involve her raining down all of the fire.
Don't know about you, but sometimes we just wish 'A' would trade in all the murdering and torturing to do a bit of matchmaking instead. Gahd knows it would give us a lot less emotional turmoil that way.
But what do you reckon this means for Spencer and Toby? Drop us a tweet to @MTVUK to let us know.