Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard prove they're the biggest 'Game of Thrones' fans with this hilarious music videoGet the Full StoryYoutubeThe INSIDER Summary:
Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard are huge "Game of Thrones" fans and they want everyone to know it.
The funny duo released a music video to celebrate the premiere of Season 7.
Bell dressed up like Cersei and Daenerys while Shepard became Jon Snow and Jamie.
Needless to say, the goofy costumes and deadpan expressions will leave you dying with laughter.
With the "Game of Thrones" premiere already here, everyone’s getting in on its mania, from Hulu, who will now allow subscribers to purchase an HBO add-in to stream the show for an extra 15 a month, to KAYAK, which has embedded a special "GoT" Easter egg in its search tool. Now, a "GoT" music video has joined the hype, featuring two very familiar faces: Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard.
The comedic couple and superfans, who are no stranger to the art of musical cinematography you may recall their adorbs rendition of Toto’s “Africa” while on vacay , went all out for their new spot, taking on the roles of everyone from Daenerys Targaryen and Jon Snow to Brienne of Tarth and The Hound, all the while showing off some serious musicianship that harp, though, K-Bell! .
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If their goofy costumes aren’t enough to make you crack a smile, their deadpan expressions most certainly will: Shepard even breaks character to blow us all a smooch!
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It’s not the first time these two have shown their love for the HBO hit: As "Hello Giggles" reminded us, there were also those charming matching “Stark in the streets, Wildling in the sheets” tanks they donned to last year’s premiere, or that time they participated in a cosplay party. Impressive, guys!
We’ll definitely be tuning in right along with you come Sunday.NOW WATCH: Here s what 'Game of Thrones' stars look like in real life
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