Sansa vs. Daenerys: Sophie Turner Blames Emilia Clarke for Game of Thrones Coffee Cup-gate


Sophie Turner clears her name by pointing fingers at co-stars for that coffee cup left in a Game of Thrones scene, teases how painful the finale will be and describes the awkward way she was rigged to fly in X-Men: Dark Phoenix.

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Sansa vs. Daenerys: Sophie Turner Blames Emilia Clarke for Game of Thrones Coffee Cup-gate



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  4. Well Sophie Turner wasnt lying about the pain scale. One year down and the pain over the ending really does feel like a 10. Game of Thrones and Dark Phoenix both alike.

  5. First ( In a diffrent video not Jimmys)
    Nick pulled Pri's chair closer to him
    Joe with the fan question
    And Kevin well that is him always <3

  6. Sansa always wanted power she said the north will be an independent region while her dumb brother is the king of all the kingdoms.sick of the season 8 and sansa

  7. It's funny when Americans talk about everyone else's accent including those who are actually from England as if Americans don't have one. Since English originated in England, shouldn't the British way of speaking and pronouncing be considered the original way?

  8. Okay I just want to say that Starbucks is eternal and so I believe if you go back in time and research history that you will eventually find that there was in fact a Starbucks in 297 AC.

  9. Joe : Sending a fan to Sophie
    Also Joe : Your definitely responsible for that coffee cup right?
    Sophie : alright imma head out


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