Game of Thrones: Emilia Clarke reveals who left the Starbucks coffee cup on the GoT set
The actress responded to Sophie Turner accusing her of coffee cup-gate by throwing Conleth Hill under the bus
After months of speculation and whodunnit, Emilia Clarke finally revealed who was responsible for the infamous Starbucks coffee from the final season of Game of Thrones.
In the fourth episode of the last season, viewers spotted a Starbucks cup sitting on a table during a Winterfell feast. People were quick to point fingers, including some cast members themselves, with even Sophie Turner suggesting Clarke (who was sitting closest to the cup during the scene) was responsible.
During an interview with Jimmy Fallon, Clarke shared the story behind the coffee cup. She explained that at a recent Emmy party, her co-star Conleth Hill (who played Lord Varys) pulled her aside and confessed it belonged to him. He told her he didn't want to own up to it because "it seemed the heat was very much" on Clarke. Clarke could only respond with an indignant, "What?!"
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