connectVideo’Game of Thrones’ star posts emotional farewell of his hit show
“Game of Thrones” star Emilia Clarke debuted a drastic new look on the Oscars red carpet Sunday night.
Clarke, 32, showed off her roots (literally) with a lead of Hollywood’s biggest night, ditching her signature platinum blonde, long hairstyle and instead opting for a brunette bob. The actress, who plays the role of the iconic dragon queen Daenerys Targaryen on the popular HBO show, gave the fans a taste of her new look on her way to the Oscars.
“Blondes have more fun, eh?! Well I will see about this beautiful #oscar2019 evening….. let the good times roll,” Clarke subtitle an Instagram post, tagging her celebrity makeup and hairstylists. The star rocked a lavendermetallic dress by Balmain, and statement earrings.
Almost 1 million people like Clarke’s post within one hour.
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Thousands of fans voted the “queen’s” latest look.
“You look great!” an Instagram user called.
“You look stunning 😍 to have fun,” a second wrote.
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“Y’all seen anything more perfect?” another asked.
Emilia Clarke arrives at the Oscars on Sunday, feb. 24, 2019, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles.
Of course, while on the red carpet Clarke was asked to provide as many details as possible about the past season of “Game of Thrones”, which will return in the spring.
When Ryan Seacrest asked her how fans will react to the final, Clarke was in one word: “Shocked”
“It took us a very long time for us to shoot this for a very good reason,” Clarke explained, according to Page Six, adding that the end result is “big.”
HBO confirmed that the series back in April of 2019 with six episodes to conclude.
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David Nutter, a director for the show, especially fans each episode would be full of action.
“Season 8 episodes already, I think longer than 60 minutes. They dance around the bigger numbers, I know that for sure,” he confirmed in a Reddit AMA in November.