Graham Norton's talk show has never shied away from a bit of controversy. Over the years his chatty antics have provided some pretty hilarious entertainment, often giving a gentle nudge to the line of decency. This time, though, he could have landed himself in deadly trouble.
The other day on his show he had Tom Hanks, Anthony Joshua, and Maisie Williams - aka Game of Thrones' Arya Stark, who's famous for having a list of enemies that she slowly but surely bumps off throughout the series.
The list contains Cersei Lannister, The Mountain, and The Hound (though we aren't sure if he's off it yet or not) - and now it has some new additions. Williams revealed that people constantly come up to her asking her to recite it, which happens so often that she has now remembered the names off by heart.
She told Norton: "A lot of people come up to me in the street and they want me to recite the names, but then add their name."
Obviously not put off by the grisly ends that Meryn Trant and Walder Frey met, Norton asked her to recite the list for him.
She listed off the names of the list directly down the camera in the studio as some haunting music played, and this time added Norton's name, as well as those of studio guests Tom Hanks and Anthony Joshua.
Sure, she might take out Norton pretty easily (just poison his drink) and Tom Hanks is getting on a bit now so you might think he'd be quite easy to get rid of, but Anthony Joshua?
We've yet to see Arya Stark take on the Mountain, but given the size of that guy, perhaps it might be good exercise to start with the Heavyweight Champion of the World.
Joshua has just announced that he will fight Joseph Parker this March, so he's probably in training camp too - making him a dangerous foe to take on.
She also revealed some details about the filming of the final season of Game of Thrones, which is currently underway.
She said: "We're still making it. It is so much fun now there is only a small group of us left and it's exciting to know everything that is going on."
Not much to go on, but fans will be looking for anything they can cling to in these dark times. The new series isn't even out until 2019.
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