Jason Momoa tells emotional story about Emilia Clarke's health scare

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Jason Momoa tells emotional story about Emilia Clarke's health scare

At Game of Thrones' season eight premiere in NY on Wednesday, her former on-screen husband Momoa told Entertainment Tonight: "I've kind of been a part of that whole situation for a very long time, so we've had so many scares and trying to find the right way to come out and help".

Vampy lipstick and an intricate braid - a sweet tribute to onscreen character Daenerys Targaryen - finished the romantic ensemble. Sophie Turner (Sansa Stark) recently revealed that she told the ending to some of the people close to her.

But it was newlywed Rosie Lesley and Gwendoline Christie who stepped up the style stakes up a notch in show-stopping ensembles courtesy of Oscar de la Renta and Iris van Herpen.

"She was like, 'I can't remember". I did. Not just my dog.

The gala premiere for the eighth and final season of HBO's "Game of Thrones" took place at New York City's Rockefeller Center Wednesday night.

Clarke talked to Stephen Colbert about what it felt like to survive a brain haemorrhage and how the experience changed her outlook on life.

"Some of the fondest memories I have are of all of us snuggled up in warm coats trying to get warm", she said.

Supportive: Her cast members were keen to give Lena their best as Richard Madden liked the post, while Emilia Clarke wrote: 'WE LOVE AND MISS YOU MAMMA you're here in spirit!'

"I f**king hate being sick and the timing of this is a s**t bag", she added. I said to myself, 'I will not be paralysed.' I moved my fingers and toes to make sure that was true. "I felt like I had an opportunity to do that, so it seemed like the thing to do". "I'm like I want to gossip about what's happening on 'Thrones, ' so I can't wait for it and I'll come out and be able to chat to everyone about it", he said. Turner told Entertainment Tonight at the "Game of Thrones" premiere on Wednesday.

"I feel endless gratitude - to my mum and brother, to my doctors and nurses, to my friends".

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