Ladies, have you ever had a long day at work where everything went wrong? You forgot your lunch and the cafe was shut? You missed your train, the train after that was cancelled and Uber was surging? You reach work looking all haggard and suddenly there is a fire drill when you were just about empty your bladder after the long commute? And have you come back from one of these days, walked into your house and taken off your bra from under your shirt? Isn't that the best feeling in the world? If you answered yes, then you know how Emilia Clarke feels now that Game Of Thrones is set to air its final season.
In an exclusive interview to Harper's Bazaar, Emilia Clarke (who plays Daenerys Targaryen/Mother of dragons on the Game Of Thrones) mentioned what a relief it was to know that the series is ending. "I think ending it was just the mother of all releases. It was just the metaphorical undoing of the bra, except it’s like a 10-year experience." Clarke then went on to state what she felt as she was done shooting her last scene as Daenerys Targaryen. "I started to do a little speech, not because I’m a pretentious actor, but because every time we said goodbye to a character, David [Benioff] and Dan [Weiss], the showrunners would give us a gift and the crew would be around and everyone would stop and you’d sort of say a few words and it was really beautiful. I mean, I got three words in before I just completely broke down. You just hold it in and you’re holding it in and you’re holding it in, and then I just burst into tears like a complete idiot."
Emilia Clarke will be seen on the 8th and final season of the Game of Thrones. The show is scheduled to premiere on April 14, 2019.