Game of Thrones‘ Emilia Clarke (‘Daenerys Targaryen’) attempts to take fans on a behind the scenes tour of the season eight set in a five-minute video supporting a good cause.
Dressed in her Daenerys (First of Her Name, the Unburnt, Queen of the Andals and the First Men, Khaleesi of the Great Grass Sea, Breaker of Chains, and Mother of Dragons) costume, Emilia Clarke tries multiple times to show off a closed set and when that doesn’t work, she takes viewers inside her trailer where she reads from a script. Of course, the spoilers are bleeped out. Before leaving her trailer, the video shows a wall full of photos of Daenerys’ first husband, Khal Drogo (Jason Momoa). After her unsuccessful attempts at providing a glimpse at season eight’s sets, Clarke runs into Kit Harington (‘Jon Snow’) who warns her the producers want her to shut down filming.
The point of the hilarious five-minute video is to promote a special fundraising campaign supported by HBO’s Game of Thrones. Omaze is hosting the behind the scenes contest as a way to raise funds for the Royal College of Nursing Foundation. A lucky winner will get to take a friend/loved one to the set of Game of Thrones season eight in Belfast, Northern Island. There they’ll be treated to lunch with Emilia Clarke and have “exclusive access to see things like costumes, props and more.”
The sweepstakes runs through May 17, 2018 at 11:59pm PT. The winner will be announced on or around May 29, 2018. For more details on how to enter, visit omaze.com/gameofthrones.
Info on the Royal College of Nursing Foundation, Courtesy of Omaze:
“The Royal College of Nursing Foundation provides vital support for the nurses, midwives and health care assistants who care for us and our families day in and day out. The Foundation encourages young people to join the nursing profession, funds education and training opportunities, lends a hand to those struggling to meet the rising cost of living and provides advice and support to get their lives back on track. Your donation through this campaign will directly support the funding of a new generation of specialist nurses, whether they’re working in a stroke unit, a cancer ward, a diabetes clinic, a neurological center or another specialist setting.”