Emilia Clarke Finally Dyes Her Hair Blonde for 'Game of Thrones' Final Season

The actress, who has always sported a blonde wig to portray Daenerys Targaryen since the first season of the HBO series, unveils her dramatic transformation on Instagram.

AceShowbiz - Emilia Clarke finally embraces her inner Targaryen. The English actress, who has natural dark brown hair, has gone true blonde ahead of the production for the eighth and final season of HBO's hit series "Game of Thrones".

The 30-year-old beauty took to her Instagram account on Tuesday, September 19 to share a photo of her newly-dyed hair. "AAAAHHHHHHH SHHHHIIIII****** I done did it. Mother of dragons meet Emilia. Emilia meet mother of dragons. If you squint just so you might never know," she captioned it.

She credited Kev Alexander and Candice Banks, who are working as hairstyling team on the show, for the new look. "All hail to the magnificence of @kevalexanderhair and @candicebanks74 the genius creators of 'KHALEESI WIG' (and not forgetting all the hair on game of thrones for 8 glorious years) for at long last making this magical moment a reality," she wrote, adding the hashtags #khaleesikicksoff, #gameofthrones and #cominghomeneverfeltsogood.

And so the process begins.....#kevalexanderhair

Sebuah kiriman dibagikan oleh candice banks (@candicebanks74) pada

Clarke has been wearing a blonde wig for her role as Daenerys Targaryen since the first season of "Game of Thrones". Filming on the final season will kick off next month and it could continue until as late as August 2018. That means the new and last season likely will not arrive until 2019. "Our production people are trying to figure out a timeline for the shoot and how much time the special effects take," HBO's president of programming Casey Bloys told The Hollywood Reporter.

Bloys also recently revealed that they planned to shoot multiple versions of the ending of season 8 to avoid leaks. "I know in 'Game of Thrones', the ending, they're going to shoot multiple versions so that nobody really know what happens," he said as quoted by The Morning Call.

Bloys added, "You have to do that on a long show. Because when you're shooting something, people know. So they're going to shoot multiple versions so that there's no real definitive answer until the end."

You can share this post!

Related Posts