Emilia Clarke says it was the ‘best night of her life’ when she got to meet Snoop Dogg
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Emilia Clarke has revealed the best day of her life was when her rap hero Snoop Dogg offered to 'protect her eggs' backstage at his recent concert in London.
And it just so happens the best day of her life just so happened to coincide with her biggest ever fan girl moment.
In an interview with Etalk, the Game of Thrones star was asked to rank experiences on 'the surreal moment scale'.
When asked where meeting Snoop Dogg sat, she replied: "10. 10 out of 10 out of 10 out of 10!"
She bounced around in her seat with glee, recalling the moment her rap hero made an offer no Mother of Dragons could refuse.
"My guys, Snoop Dogg is in the house with me he said he’s gonna protect my dragons," Clarke said, visibly thrilled.
"I was cooking up. I mean hell, they like I got high by proxy just being in his presence and it was beautiful.
She then revealed she and the D-oh-double G have hatched a plan to take over the world together.
"He wants to do an acting thing with me," the 36-year-old said.
"We came up with this idea, we're going to do a movie together we’re going to take over the world."
She added: "It was the greatest night of my life."
But that wasn't all. She continued to gush with a broad smile on her face.
"It was amazing," she said.
"Love me some Snoop Dogg."
Clarke is best known for playing the 'Mother of Dragons' herself, Daenerys Targaryen on HBO’s hit fantasy series Game of Thrones.
In the very first season, Daenerys is given three rare dragon eggs, which after a series of rather specific events, eventually hatch and grow into fully-fledged dragons.
She played the role from 2011 to 2019, with the role catapulting her to fame and making her a household name.
It was thanks to her eight-year tenure on Game of Thrones that saw her become visible on Snoop Dogg's radar.
He told her back in March at his London gig at the O2: "You're an amazing actress, beautiful spirit. You're so believable. I would protect your eggs any day."
In a clip of the meeting, shared to social media, the actor gushed back at him on March 21: "Yes! Can I get that in writing?'"
She later shared a photo and a video of the meet and greet on her Instagram account.
She captioned it: "SNOOP. DOGGY. DOGG. The man, the myth, the legend. When he calls, you (I) come running."
Bless her Snoop-loving heart.