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PLL actress Shay Mitchell reveals baby gender in a bizarre show

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A show, that’s how we may call the gender reveal of Shay Mitchell’s first baby. And fans can enjoy it, because the Pretty Little Liars actress shares everything on her YouTube channel.

I am almost certain that it will be a boy.

On YouTube, Shay Mitchell shares all the troubles surrounding her first pregnancy. The You actress also announced earlier through her channel that she was expecting a child together with her boyfriend Matte Babel. Now she has revealed the gender of their baby.

“I’m almost certain it’s going to be a boy,” Shay says. “A girl would be payback to me. My parents would really say,” Look, that’s karma! ”

She does the gender disclosure in a very special way. Shay lets her personal assistant, who was the only gynecologist to hear the genus, hire two Power Rangers, one pink and one blue, who had to compete against each other. She also asks friends about the gender of her unborn child. They unanimously think it’s going to be a girl, while Shay believes it’s going to be a boy.

During the duel between the Power Ranger, Shay and Matte watch who takes the win. For a moment it all seems to go smoothly, the two superheroes end up in the pool and hardly get any air. It brings a lot of laughter and confusion to expectant parents. In the end, only one appears to be the real winner: the pink Power Ranger.

“Oh my god, everyone knew it!” Shay exclaims. Six of the eight friends they had asked about the gender indicated that they were thinking of a girl. The couple had the strong feeling that they were having a boy. But that should of course not spoil the fun. The actress also says that she is “naturally” very happy with the news.

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