Kylie Jenner's Pregnancy Might Have Been Accidentally Revealed by a 'KUWTK' Wikipedia Entry

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After months of keeping her pregnancy from the public, Wikipedia might have just exposed Kylie Jenner's big secret. 

Fans are freaking out that the reality star is going to confirm her pregnancy on Keeping Up With the Kardashians, after the show's Wikipedia page posted two new descriptions for upcoming episodes supposedly titled "We're Expecting" and "It's a Girl!" 

Marie Claire posted screenshots of the supposed episode titles on Wednesday. The description for the Feb. 25 episode, reportedly called "We're Expecting," read: "Following Khloe's pregnancy announcement, Kylie and boyfriend Travis Scott have some big news of their own to share with the family. Kylie chooses to have a break from her social media and focus on her upcoming blessing." 

The March 4 episode, "It's a girl!" meanwhile says, "Kylie and Travis Scott begin the quest to determine the gender of their child."

This could all be a joke from a fan, as Wikipedia pages allow anyone to create and edit articles. Nonetheless, people went wild, declaring that the encyclopedia had spoiled her pregnancy reveal. Though interestingly enough, the description screenshots fans posted differ from those published by Marie Claire -- and were deleted within hours. 

Only time will tell if she really reveals all on KUWTK.

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