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Emilia Clarke keeps trying to spoil the final season of Game of Thrones in hilarious charity video

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Aug 29, 2019, 6:51 PM EDT (Updated)

Game of Thrones comes to an end next year on HBO, but one lucky fan will have a chance to visit the set of Season 8 and have lunch with one of the stars before production wraps up on the show forever.

In a new video released by Omaze, the website that offers priceless experiences for charitable causes, Emilia Clarke, who plays Daenerys Targaryen, keeps trying to offer behind-the-scenes looks at the final season, but is rebuffed at every turn by security and the producers. She sets off alarms while trying to enter a closed set and reads from a pixelated "script," but her words are bleeped out. Finally, Kit Harrington (Jon Snow) shows up, telling her to shut it down and turn off the cameras. 

Watch the full, 5-minute video below:

It's really funny to see Clarke, whose character on the show is so formidable and used to having her orders fulfilled without question, being reprimanded for wanting to let the fans in on Season 8. Obviously, the entire video is just a parody meant to get people to donate to the cause, but the whole thing is still a great treat for Thrones fans. For example, when Clarke is being told off by a security guard, she finally says, "Don't tell George," referring to the writer of the books that inspired the show, George R.R. Martin — he also serves as an executive producer on the series.

In another great moment, we're in her trailer, which, similar to the bedroom of a teenage girl, is plastered with photos of Martin, Jason Momoa (Khal Drogo, leader of the Dothraki, and Daenerys' husband in Season 1), and her dragons. 

There's no exact date on when Season 8 will premiere, but many expect it to arrive either in spring or summer of 2019. A tight lid is being kept on spoilers and an assistant director recently pulled down a social-media message about a scene that supposedly took 55 consecutive days to shoot in the freezing cold. (Still, you'll at least get to see Clarke in action on May 25 when Solo: A Star Wars Story is released in theaters.)

Should you choose to enter the contest, your donation will support the Royal College of Nursing Foundation, which offers assistance to nurses, midwives, and health-care assistants while encouraging young people to enter the nursing profession.