Emilia Clarke is attached to her Game of Thrones character

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"I think the brain injury made it-it grounded me in a way that nothing else could", she said.

The 32-year-old actor's co-star Emilia Clarke, who plays his lover and queen Daenerys Targaryen, and his real-life wife Rose Leslie, who played his past love interest Ygritte, crashed his monologue.

She and the rest of the cast of "Game of Thrones" descended on Radio City Music Hall on Wednesday to bid farewell to the HBO hit show after eight seasons.

Pete Davidson, playing a ridiculous looking version of the Night King, came to agree with Bradley after saying, "I just need to know, do people hate me?" And what about the dragons?

EMILIA Clarke's Game of Thrones character is "like another limb" to her.

Without his beard and long locks characteristic of his Jon Snow character, Harrington told the audience, "I've shaved my beard, so this is a more prepubescent Jon Snow".

Hodor's House is described as a kid's show with, you guessed it, Hodor holding a door.

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While the characters of Game of Thrones must contend with many possible causes of death, both realistic and mystical, some of their counterparts have fought their own similar battles.

Is there gonna be any kind of big dance numbers like Nick and Priyanka because I saw you, you had some Bollywood moves? the interviewer asked but Sophie replied that she is not planning a dance number and also revealed what she remembers from Priyanka's wedding.

But she wakes up to discover that his words were just a dream.

Actor John Bradley (Samwell Tarly), then asked, "Do you know what happens to Samwell Tarly?" before asking if the two could still hang out even though the show was done and dusted.

Kit Harrington will be back on your screens, and probably getting a few more punches to the face, in Game of Thrones Season 8 on April 14. "My question is, 'What are we going to do for money now?".

Be sure to check out everything we know about season 8 and our new retrospective series, "When I Died on Game of Thrones".

When Game of Thrones comes to an end next month, it's not really going to be over.

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