Game Of Thrones fans baffled as Bran Stark star Isaac Hempstead Wright dodges show’s Emmys tribute and stays in his seat

Game Of Thrones fans baffled as Bran Stark star Isaac Hempstead Wright dodges show’s Emmys tribute and stays in his seat

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GAME Of Thrones fans were baffled last night when the cast took to the stage for a lavish Emmys tribute while the actor who played the drama’s ‘winner’ Bran Stark was left clapping from his seat.

One fan wrote: “So they made bran KING and he’s not even up there with them?”

AFP

The Game Of Thrones cast all got up on stage for the tribute[/caption]

Bran Stark actor Isaac Hempstead Wright was applauding from the crowd

Actor Isaac Hempstead Wright was seen smiling weakly as his co-stars including Sophie Turner, Maisie Williams and Emilia Clarke paraded around in front of the cameras.

An outraged viewer tweeted: “WHY IS BRAN NOT ON STAGE!?”

Another asked: “Bran is the actual winner of the Game of Thrones and they literally did not put him on the stage????”

A third protested: “I’m sorry but how did the sexy old witch get to go on stage with the main cast while King Bran the Broken, Ruler of the Six Kingdoms and Protector of the Realm get put in the nosebleeds with Library Boy?”

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Bran ended up as the unexpected ‘winner’ of Game Of Thrones[/caption]

Weedy Bran was crowned king of the kingdoms in an unforeseen twist in the finale of Game Of Thrones.

Many viewers were unhappy Bran had “won” the series by becoming ruler instead of show favourites Daenerys Targaryen, Jon Snow, Sansa Stark or Tyrion Lannister.

One fan tweeted: “We really waited 8 seasons for bran to be on the throne. Thanks for the laugh now give us the real ending please.”

Game Of Thrones picked up the Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series, with Tyrion Lannister star Peter Dinklage getting Outstanding Supporting Actor.


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