Heads up, Trubies. I know you’re all still reeling from the announcement that our favorite blood suckers will retire after next year’s seventh season, but I’ve got a bit of good news that will, hopefully, put an extra pep in your step.
, who plays Andy Bellefleur’s sole living daughter Adilyn, has been promoted to a series regular for the final installment of the Deep South drama, according to The Hollywood Reporter
Before Noble played our favorite sheriff’s faerie princess, she had guest spots on 90210
and, get this… Glee!
Her spot on Glee
wasn’t big enough to even warrant her character a name (IMDB
lists her as “Bunhead #2” from 2012's “Makeover”), but she was there, and that’s what matters!
Adilyn has had a rough life. She is really only a few months old, but in true faerie fashion, grew into a teenage girl in the blink of an eye. She witnessed her three sisters get drained by Jessica, whose appetite for faerie blood outweighed her usually collected demeanor. And she has a dad who called her a number for the first few months of her life.
But she keeps on trucking. I really liked the addition of this character and I’m glad that she’ll be on our screens as we say goodbye to the motley crew of Bon Temps.