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Could Wesley Fitzgerald Become a Pretty Little Liars Regular?

We wouldn't complain about having a little more Fitz(gerald) in our Pretty Little Liars lives. While Ezra (Ian Harding) is a permanent Rosewood resident, his hot little bro, Wesley (Gregg Sulkin), is an out of towner. But is it possible that he'll end up sticking around for good?

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As we reported yesterday (September 12), Gregg is back for the Season 3 winter season — he's on set for the filming of Season 3, Episode 18, so he's definitely around for at least that episode.

Yesterday afternoon, Gregg tweeted, "For @ABCFpll fans, I may be sticking around Rosewood for a tiny bit longer... Who knows?"

Who knows? Well … probably the writers know, at least! We certainly hope they've decided to keep Gregg around for more than one episode this winter. Beyond being hot, we think Wesley provides a lot of opportunities to add intrigue to the Ezria story. We want to know more about Ezra's crazy family!

Now, the fact that Gregg might stick around for a little bit doesn't mean they're thinking of promoting him — sadly, chances are he'll remain a guest star. But wouldn't it be cool if he got bumped up to the status of recurring character or, even, one day, series regular? Hey, we can dream, right?

Do you want to see more Wesley? Let us know in the comments below!

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Source: @greggsulkin

Rebecca Martin is an editor at Wetpaint Entertainment. Follow her on Twitter @BeccaMartin47.

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09.13.2012 / 09:19 PM EDT by Rebecca Martin
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