-Happy belated birthday. -Oh, thank you very much.
Thank you. [ Cheers and applause ] -You had a fun birthday, right? -I had a really
fun birthday. Yes. -I saw an Instagram from you.
-Yes. -And kind of the Internet
kind of went crazy. Because you said, “Reunions
never looked this hairy.” -Mm-hmm.
-This is a picture of you and Jason Momoa
and Kit Harrington. -Indeed.
-That is a — -I mean — It’s not bad. -That is a great reunion.
-It’s not bad. Yeah. -What’s a night out with these
guys — What’s it like? -Well, a night out
with these guys is — There’s a lot of dancing. -Do you guys just —
-Well, yeah, so — -Dance party?
-No, yes. I really like to dance. But Jason and Kit’s dancing is quite different
from one another. -They’re different dancers?
-Little different dancers. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.
-Like what’s Kit more like? -Okay, so Kit —
[ Sighs ] Kit has got this dance, right? And he does it
absolutely anywhere. And it’s a little bit poncey. Oh, right. You guys don’t know
what poncey means, do you? No. It is a little bit, kind of,
I don’t know how to — I mean, douchey
is quite a strong — [ Laughter ] That’s quite a strong word.
-Yes that’s too — Poncey is much cuter.
-But so his dance is — He calls it the — Yeah,
he calls it the shoulder dance. And it’s a little bit — He could be starting it
sitting down. And he kind does,
like, a little — Like, you’ve
got to pout with it. And then he’ll — [ Laughter and applause ] And it’s just all of this. It’s all of that. You got to, like,
mince it, though. Yes. Exactly. That, all of that.
-That’s good. -But with, like, smoldering,
kind of — -Yeah, Kit Harrington face.
-It could be like a rave. Yeah. And he’s just in the
corner going, “No, no, no. It’s just this.
That’s it. That’s it.” Yes. -And what is Jason Momoa’s
dancing like? -Jason Momoa’s dancing is — [ Imitating Hawaiian ] [ Laughter ] I can’t do it. It’s just him being Hawaiian and like [Grunting]
-[ Grunting ] -Then he, like,
picks up the dance floor. -Throws the dance floor
at you. Yeah. I have to — I have to say, I don’t know if I saw you since
the “Game of Thrones” finale. But, man, oh, man.
You were just amazing. -Thanks.
-You were just — I mean, what a great role.
-Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. -What a great role. And I’ll never forget this scene
of you, of course. Here’s you and the Starbucks cup
right there. That was the —
That was just fantastic. And, you know, it’s interesting, because we had
Sophie Turner on the show. And she kind of —
-Yeah, I heard. -She has an idea… -I heard what’s up.
-…of what happened. Sophie — Do you remember this?
Watch this clip. -Lookit. Here’s the scene.
-Let’s clear this up. [ Laughter ]
-Look, here’s the scene. Here’s the scene right here. Look at that.
And this is the scene. And what is that right there? [ Laughter ]
That is a Starbucks coffee cup. -I mean, look who it’s placed
in front of. [ Laughter ]
-Whoa! [ Audience ohs ]
Wow. Emilia — -Emilia Clarke. -[ Laughing ] Oh, my. Really?
-She’s the culprit. -Oh, wow! -I’m like Jason Momoa on this. -Yeah, you want to go —
Don’t flip my desk. Yeah. What say you?
-Well, so, here’s the truth. We were — We did the — We had, like, a party
before the Emmys recently. And Conleth, okay,
he plays Varys. He was sitting next to me
in that scene. He pulls me aside,
and he’s like, “Emilia, I’ve got
to tell you something. I’ve got to tell you
something, love. The coffee cup was mine.” [ Audience gasps, laughs ] -He admitted?
-It was his. It was Conleth’s coffee cup. He said so.
He’s like, “I think it was. I’m sorry, darling.
I didn’t want to say anything, ’cause it seemed
the heat was very much on you.” And I was like, “What?! What?!”
-Wow! -Like, I didn’t have very much
to do in that scene. -Wow!
-I thought — I know! -And he just brought it on set.
-See how I’m passing the buck? Yeah.
-That’s who did it. Oh, my goodness.
-Yeah, I think that’s who did it.
I think that’s who did it. -We don’t know for sure,
but that’s who you think did it. -I mean, he said it. He might
have been drunk, but he said it. -Yeah.
-So I’m gonna say it. -What do you know about
the “Game of Thrones” prequel that was just announced on HBO? It’s set 300 years
before your — -Right. Yeah. -Anything at all?
-No. No, no. No, no, I genuinely don’t know
anything about it. -Solid? Like a solid no? Salad? Salad no?
-A salad no. Like a salad no.
-Like — -Yeah, I mean, I heard
that it’s happening. We’ve got a group WhatsApp. And someone popped it on today
and was like, “Look at that.” We were like, “Ooh.”
-Mm. -And that’s pretty much it. -Really?
-Yeah, no, seriously. I don’t know anything. 300 years before.
Lots, you know — -But what if there’s like
a crystal ball or something that can see 300 years
in the future? Cameo.
-Yeah, we’ll have a cameo. -Cameo time. Yes, you.
Khaleesi. We want it. We need it. We want it. Come on! -Do ya?
-Yes! [ Cheers and applause ]
You were so good. You were so good. We loved you. -What else am I going to do?
I mean — -I don’t know,
but you can talk and give — -I’ve sort of killed everyone and, you know,
flown off on a dragon. Spoiler, I’m no longer alive. -I know, but in this,
you can be. You can live forever.
-I could. I could. -You could live forever in this.
I’m just saying, the writers are writing it now. And everyone would flip out
and love it. -I could just send them
a little DM. -Yeah.
-“Hey, guys.” -Give them a little WhatsApp.
Yeah. Yeah, why not? Yeah.