is ready to stay with “Grey’s Anatomy” if she’s asked. She said last week that people shouldn’t assume that her days as Dr. Izzie Stevens are numbered.
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“I was assuming that at one point and I got a lot of shrugged shoulders and shakes of the head, so I don’t know if that’s a yes or a no. No one will tell me and I don’t know how this is going to go,” Heigl said, noting series creator
’ passion for plot secrecy.
“I don’t know if I live or die. I don’t know how Izzie fares.”
On last week’s episode, Izzie was seen surviving brain surgery. There’s been talk that Heigl wants to pursue her film career full-time and that her character might be killed off.
Heigl said she’s comfortable balancing movies and TV. “As my agent likes to say, ‘High-class problems,’” she said.