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Emilia Clarke dresses up as Jon Snow and pranks people in Times Square to promote her charity

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Game of Thrones is on the cusp of its greatest battle ever, in the upcoming episode, which will be the third episode of the season and it leaves just 3 more episodes before the series gets over. In the meantime, Emilia Clarke, who plays Daenerys Targaryen, has been out at Times Square in New York promoting her charity, dressed as Jon Snow, and promising a chance to watch the series finale with her. Read on!

Now, as a Game of Thrones fan, you must be aware of Omaze, which is a platform that teams up often with Game of Thrones stars for charitable with personalised rewards. The latest is a chance to meet Emilia Clarke and support her charity SameYou, that works towards raising awareness for brain aneurysms and strokes. Emilia took the creative route to promote this. Check it out, below:

It looks like Emilia could make a compelling Jon Snow, almost as well as she did Daenerys. Her portrayal of Kit Harington‘s grumpy boy in black is brilliant, and it’s even funnier that she is doing it with an unsuspecting crowd at Times Square, most of which seem to have never watched Game of Thrones. Emilia also manages to sneak in a joke about her former on-screen partner, Jason Momoa.

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Well, you can head over to Omaze and donate to her charity to become eligible to win the prize, here. Are you going to? Talk to us in the comments, down below!

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