When we last checked up on Daenerys, she was getting very friendly with a particular relative of hers, Jon Snow, although they still have no idea they're part of the same family. Because she's just done forgotten it.
"I put on waterproof mascara tonight because I knew it was going to be a laugh cry", she explained. "I love David and Dan. David, Dan, Emilia, Kit [Harington], those are the people I'm really closest to, so it's just, it's a lovely thing to be a part of this show".
The 32-year-old actress revealed last month she had suffered two life-threatening brain aneurysms after filming wrapped on the first season of Game of Thrones - on which she plays Daenerys Targaryen - and has now said she nearly decided not to tell her story because she was too frightened, but pushed forward because she wanted to help others. Stars from all seasons attended the bittersweet event including Emilia Clarke, Kit Harington, Rose Leslie, Jason Momoa, and Charles Dance. "And that became the thing that just saved me from considering my own mortality, yeah", she said of working on the set while dealing with her first aneurysm.
Clarke went on to detail her intense moments of pain and exhaustion, as well as her determination not to let it affect or career, or to let the world know about the state of her health.
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He reminded viewers of the horrific details surrounding Khashoggi's murder and the scrutiny surrounding the Saudi crown prince. Saudi authorities were also "applying secrecy in the trial process" and ignoring global standards of justice, he said.
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He just really wanted to get home. "It created a renewed awareness in the case, so I think that's probably good", Rowley said. There has been a possible break in the case of a missing IL boy last seen in Wisconsin Dells with his mother eight years ago.
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In the Late Show interview, Colbert asked Clarke how the experience had changed her outlook on life. Make sure to subscribe now and never miss an episode! Clarke added it was "deeply" frustrating not being able to say what's coming (other than winter) and that she can't wait until it's all out in the open.
As one of, if not the, most hyped television seasons of all time approaches its one week countdown, we finally get the teaser we have all been waiting for.
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