In the Once Upon a Time Season 3 winter finale, Hook (Colin O’Donoghue) pulled Emma (Jennifer Morrison) into a surprise smooch in a desperate attempt to break the curse on her through True Love's kiss. It didn't work. But does that mean Hook and Emma definitely aren't each others' True Loves? Viggle LIVE! fans think yes.

During the Season 3 spring premiere (Season 3, Episode 12, “New York City Serenade"), Wetpaint Entertainment teamed up with Viggle to see what fans thought Hook's unsuccessful kiss meant. It turns out, 63 percent of responders thought the kiss didn't work because Hook is "definitely not Emma's true love," while only 37 percent thought there could be other explanations.

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Personally, we fall with the minority here: we're pretty sure there could be other explanations. Which isn't to say we 100 percent think Hook and Emma are meant to be together forever — we just wouldn't rule it out yet. After all, Emma didn't even remember who Hook was when he kissed her, which could mess with the kiss's ability to work. Plus, presumably, the pair has to actually have fallen in love for the kiss to work. Even if Emma and Hook do turn out to have True Love for each other, we don't then Emma, even with her memories, is there yet. But maybe she will be, one day.

What do you think: Could Hook be Emma's True Love, or did the kiss not working rule that out entirely? Sound off in the comments below!

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Rebecca Martin is an Associate Editor at Wetpaint Entertainment and our resident Game of Thrones, Breaking Bad, and genre TV expert. Follow her on Twitter and Google+!