With the Season 3 finale of “The Originals” rapidly approaching, it sounds like a death is coming to New Orleans and chances are it’s going to be a big one.

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An Atlanta-based casting company has put out a call on Facebook for extras to take part in a funeral scene for the series. “Some need to be dressed for a Funeral (suits, etc..), and some are casual observers/pedestrians – think suits,” the notice reads.

While it would be easy to think the funeral was for someone on the show other than a core cast member, an Instagram post from a fan would disagree. In a series of three photos, the fan poses with Joseph Morgan, Daniel Gillies and Phoebe Tonkin — all of whom are wearing what definitely looks to be funeral attire.

So who’s going to bite the dust? Sadly, the answer may be Cami (Leah Pipes). Though many thought her being turned into a vampire would open up a new avenue for evolving Cami, the evidence points to her demise being imminent.

First and foremost, Jeffrey Hunt — director of episode 21 of this season — shared a photo of the cast during a table reading of the Season 3 finale and there’s one face noticeably missing. Even fans in the photo’s comments are asking why Pipes is not at the table read, though they definitely don’t get an answer.

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Additionally, there’s the fact that Pipes has yet to tweet about “The Originals” getting a Season 4 renewal on The CW. It’s not an outright indictment — after all, Pipes doesn’t tweet every single day — but the silence could be telling.

So will the end of the season mean the end of Cami? Time will tell, but you can sound off with your own opinion in the poll below.

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