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GAME OF THRONES female cast have fun with theme music

The Game of Thrones female cast add their own lyrics and interpretive dance to the opening credits theme music.

Everyone knows that being a female living in the Game of Thrones world, let alone a person of any gender, is not very desirable by any stretch, even if you are the ruler (see Robert Baratheon, Renly Baratheon, Joffrey Baratheon, Robb Stark).  But playing a female character in the Game of Thrones series seems to definitely have its high moments, and its fun and funny ones as well.

Take for instance the interpretive dance of Gwendoline Christie, who doesn’t mind getting a little silly, as her character doesn’t get a chance to do so.  But neither do any of them anymore.  Maisie Williams, playing a very despondent and blind Arya, likes to sing about “death and boobies” on a repeat basis, apparently.  While Sophie Turner, whose character Sansa has been through her own torture, will list the whole cast of characters in song.

Of course, there’s the other females that are just too cool, and probably too tightened up in their outfits to dance or sing, that describe their version of the music.

And watch this extra video that has them all, including Lena Headey, Natalie Dormer, and Emilia Clarke say who they think should be Queen of Westeros.

Game of Thrones airs Sundays at 9pm ET on HBO.

Female cast talk Game of Thrones theme music and Queen of Westeros


By Kait

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