Grey's Anatomy might have to be renamed Anatomy after this season.
According to show creator Shonda Rhimes, season 10 may well be star Ellen Pompeo's last!
And she may not be leaving alone. With original cast members Patrick Dempsey, Sandra Oh, Justin Chambers, and Chandra Wilson also on the chopping block, Meredith Grey might be able to get a group rate discount!
If one of the stars is leaving, Shonda says the news will come soon. She says:
We're not sure what is more embarrassing: the wig Katharine Heigl is forced to wear as a recovering cancer patient or the girlish scream escaping the lips of Justin Chambers when he finds a furry friend occupying his personal space.
Watch this clip from this week's episode Grey's Anatomy and you tell us (above).
At Thursday night's premiere of The Ugly Truth, several Grey's Anatomy players came out to support Katherine Heigl's new flick, including Justin Chambers and Kate Walsh.
Justin was excited about the Emmy nods for co-stars Sandra Oh and Chandra Wilson, but also admitted that "a piece of the puzzle is missing" without pal T.R. Knight around the set.
The gay actor left the show to pursue multiple opportunities in the theater world.
Also notably missing George O'Malley was bestie Katherine, who added how different the show will be for her now: "It's really hard actually. For me, he was such a source of friendship and support, and love and laughter. It doesn't feel the same."
We'll see how long Katherine will fair on the show without her BFF. Our guess: not long.
The 35-year-old recently opened up on her website, revealing her baby isn't in the correct position for natural childbirth:
"My latest concern is that my baby is breech, meaning he's in the wrong position for childbirth. His head is still up and it's supposed to be down. He was supposed to turn by 32 weeks. So now, I will have to get a C-section. Or so I thought!"
But, the brunette beauty explains that she might not have to undergo an operation to deliver, adding:
"As I lay awake late at night, researching, I've learned that you actually can deliver a breech baby and I feel fortunate that my doctor Paul Crane is one of the few doctors that still does this. They just don't even teach it anymore."
Although her doc is actually able to deliver a baby facing the wrong way, the expecting momma admits she's trying every trick possible to get her son to switch positions: