Sunday, 12 May 2019

Game Of Thrones' Emilia Clarke cuts a stylish figure as she snaps selfies during NBA game in Texas (Photos)

She recently said that she tries to avoid fans recognising her.

But despite wearing black hair, unlike her blonde in Game Of Thrones, Emilia Clarke could not escape preying eyes of the media and fans at the 2019 NBA Playoffs.

And the 'Mother Of Dragon' appeared happy to give fans what they wanted when she sat courtside at the Western Conference at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas, USA on Friday.

Cutting an incredibly stylish figure, the Game Of Thrones star looked in high spirits as she posed for a series of selfies and cheered on the Rocket.

The actress put on a chic display in a tangerine knit and black skin-tight trousers. She allowed her natural looks to shine through by keeping her make-up natural.

Taking in all the action, Emilia cheered and clapped for the team that were decked out in red and could be seem experience pure joy to be at the the sporting event.

At one point in the game a youngster asked the beauty to pose for a snap alongside him - which she kindly obliged.

Emilia's outing comes after she told Allure magazine she's still 'determined to lead a normal life' despite shooting to fame on one of the biggest TV shows.

The star explained: 'I move like a shark when I'm in public. Head down. I think I've got quite bad posture because of it, because I'm determined to lead a normal life.

'So I just move too quickly for anyone to register if it's me or not. And I don't walk around with six security men and big sunglasses and a bizarre coat. I really try to meld in.'

Emilia then recalled the hilarious moment she met music superstar Beyoncé at an Oscars bash, which ended in disaster thanks to her overzealous reaction.

She said: 'I watched her face go, ''Oh, no, I shouldn't be talking to this crazy [woman], who is essentially crying in front of me.'' I think my inner monologue was, ''Stop f*****g it up,'' and I kept f*cking it up. I was like, ''I just saw you in concert.'' And she was like, ''I know.'''

Emilia also spoke about why she thinks Game Of Thrones has become such a staple of pop culture, saying the show's 'sensationalism' and themes of power and corruption have helped to draw in fans.

Game Of Thrones is set come to an epic conclusion later this month with the final two episodes, with questions building among fans about the fate of Daenerys Targaryen.

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