Grey’s Anatomy Season 10 Jackson and April Spoilers Roundup: What Happens After the Big “I Love You?”
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Grey’s Anatomy Season 10 Jackson and April Spoilers Roundup: What Happens After the Big “I Love You?”

The Grey's Anatomy Season 10 midseason finale left off with a giant "I love you" shaped cliffhanger for April (Sarah Drew) and Jackson (Jesse Williams). What will happen now that Jackson has dropped the L-bomb in the middle of April's wedding to Matthew?

While mum's the word on exactly how she'll respond, there have been some spoilers about what we can expect when the show returns. We've gathered the juiciest April and Jackson related details right here, and will keep you updated as more info roles in.

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The aftermath is messy. Jesse Williams tells The Hollywood Reporter that we'll see the aftermath of Jackson's sudden declaration of love and the impact it has on everyone — especially poor Stephanie and Matthew.

And what would a relationship between them even mean? Jesse also points out that April have never had a relationship, exactly. They were friends, then friends with benefits, then fighting, then friends again. So, "what is Jackson proposing when he stands up there? It's what they have to figure out: Do you want to go to lunch with me? Do we want to date again? Do you want to start the courtship process from scratch? Do we want to pick up where we left off? Do we want to get married ourselves? Is that way too much too soon? Do you want me to pay for the wedding? Should we use [the wedding] right now? There's a million ways for it to go."

What do you want to see when Grey's returns on February 27, 2014? Let us know in the comments below!

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