On Sunday night, millions from around the globe tuned into watch the much anticipated Season Six premier of Game of Thrones.
But where did Game of Thrones superstar, Maisie Williams, watch the premier? At a UCLA flat party she gatecrashed of course.
It all started with a simple tweet. But the ‘surprise’ she promised turned out to be much bigger than most could even begin to imagine.
— Maisie Williams (@Maisie_Williams) April 25, 2016
After being inundated with replies, as you’d expect, Maisie – who is known for playing Arya Stark in the hit show – took to Instagram to show just how her night panned out.
She started by choosing a lucky couple who had tweeted into her about their Game of Thrones party:
But before she could surprise them, she had to buy them a tonne of snacks just to be nice:
Then, with snacks in hand, she nears the party – and could even hear it going on inside:
It was time for the big reveal:
The lucky winner who answered the door, Mark, came up with a cunning plan to surprise the rest of his friends with Maisie:
Although I have to say, I thought they’d be a bit more excited than that.
After the big reveal, Maisie continued to post updates about how the party was going along. Can’t say I’m not very jealous.
I must say I’m slightly anxious as to of why Maisie claimed Jon Snow is dead… Is he? Isn’t he? Is she trying to confuse us? Jelly worms hold the answer:
She later posted this to show just how much she loved her night:
(11/12) They were catching up on the last episode of Season 5 when I went in, and we all giggled nervously as we took pictures during the famous "shame" scene. I had the most amazing time, everyone was so welcoming and excited… Thanks to Mark, Kate and company for having us in your lovely flat. Enjoy the rest of Season 6.
But one huge question remains. Forget Jon Snow, is Mark just Dan Bilzerian in disguise?
— Marcus Patterson (@marcus_theron) April 25, 2016
Joseph Loftus is a Gold Standard NCTJ journalist with four years experience working for international and regional press.
As well as working for UNILAD and LADbible, Joseph has worked as Liverpool Correspondent for Unsigned & Independent Magazine, as well as stints with the Liverpool Echo and Warrington Guardian.