Karaoke is coming...
Game of Thrones season seven is coming to an end and we’re already bracing ourselves for the withdrawal symptoms when it leaves our screens.
The past season has seen a lot of changes in Westeros – Daenerys has landed in Dragonstone – and has finally met Jon Snow (it only took them seven seasons), Ed Sheeran made a divisive cameo as a Lannister soldier and the Starks have eventually been reunited.
With just two episodes left to go, fans have been worried about how to satisfy their Game of Thrones addiction when season seven draws to a close – but luckily for everyone, Apple Music seems to have the answer.
Apple Music has revealed that a Game of Thrones episode is on the way in their new Carpool Karaoke franchise, releasing a teaser video of Sophie Turner and Maisie Williams just this week.
Each episode of the new series partners up two celebrities, filming them in the car as they catch up and sing each other’s songs. Will Smith and James Corden were the first pair to take part, with Alicia Keys and John Legend, and Seth MacFarlane and Ariana Grande also featuring in past episodes.
This week’s sneak preview however was of the upcoming Game of Thrones episode of the series, featuring the Stark sisters, who despite their characters not seeing each other for years on the show, seem closer than ever in real life.
During the clip, 21-year-old Sophie and 20-year-old Maisie sang Wrecking Ball by Miley Cyrus and Sorry by Justin Bieber at the top of their lungs, before appearing to prank Game of Thrones fans in disguise at the HBO studios.
So yes, Game of Thrones season seven may be coming to an end but at least we have the GOT Carpool Karaoke to look forward to!
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