Heigl: I'd Be Happy to Stay with Grey's

Actress has no idea whether character will live or die
By Rob Quinn,  Newser Staff
Posted Mar 28, 2009 3:26 AM CDT
Heigl: I'd Be Happy to Stay with Grey's
Katherine Heigl portrays Dr. Izzie Stevens, left, and Jeffrey Dean Morgan portrays Denny Duquette in a scene from "Grey's Anatomy."   (AP Photo/ABC, Scott Garfield)

Katherine Heigl says she's happy to stay with Gray's Anatomy if the producers want to keep her, the AP reports. The Golden Globe winner—rumored to have been ready to quit after griping about the show’s poor writing—will stick around if her character survives. Heigl remains as clueless as viewers about the fate of Izzie, who underwent brain surgery in Thursday's episode.

"No one will tell me and I don't know how this is going to go," Heigl said. "I don't know if I live or die. I don't know how Izzie fares." Series creator Sandra Rhimes, notoriously passionate about plot secrecy, declined to say what would happened to Heigl's character, but promised the show's 100th episode, airing May 7, will be "big."
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