Game of Thrones Season 8 ended the HBO series with fire and blood. However, each one the deaths, dragons, and plot twists could not make fans forget about the now-notorious Starbucks cup that somehow made its way to Westeros. The cup caused serious drama, and viewers theorized about who could have been responsible for the physical overall look\. Emilia Clarke has defended herself against the accusations, and now, so has Sophie Turner–and she’s pinning the blame on somebody else.
During Turner’s recent look on Conan, sponsor Conan O’Brien asked her about coffee cup-gate. Even the 23-year-old actress was salty that people are still discussing that.
“I hear that every day of my life, this coffee cup item,” Turner explained. “It’s very good to be aware that the coffee cup got more press than the final season entirely, but it is fine.”
But Turner didn’t have her ideas about who was accountable. She blamed none other than her onscreen brother (err( cousin), Kit Harington, for the episode.
“The coffee cup was Kit ‘s seat was,” she continued. “Initially I blamed it on Emilia, however I do not think Emilia would do that. Kit is lazy and I believe he’d have done that. It was facing Kit’s seat and then obviously he transferred so that this picture was taken and it seemed like it had been in my seat, but I was not there either. This was Kit. This was a hundred per cent Kit.”
The actress went on to describe that she tried to avoid drinking liquids while filming.
Considering that her costume required her to put on a corset, she said that if she drank a great deal, it was awful news (we’ll let your imagination do the work there). Clarke also wore corsets on set. However, you know who didn’t? Harington. It seems like the case is shut. In the words of Ygritte,”You understand nothing, Jon Snow.”
Turner’s story sounds like it checks out, however as we all know, Westeros is full of deceptions. Could the new Queen in the North be lying on to protect her honour? It seems like just time will tell.
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