Ed Sheeran will guest star in the forthcoming period of Game of Thrones.
The show’s makers made the declaration Sunday night amid a board discourse at the South by Southwest celebration in Texas.
Maker David Benioff told the gathering of people that they’ve been attempting to get the 26-year-old British artist a spot on the show for quite a long time to shock Sheeran fan Maisie Williams, who plays Arya Stark on the HBO dream dramatization.
Sheeran isn’t the principal visitor star with a melodic foundation to make it to Westeros. Past cameos incorporate Coldplay drummer Will Champion as a major aspect of the band playing The Rains of Castamere in season three and Snow Patrol frontman Gary Lightbody singing The Bear and the Maiden Fair in season four.
A couple arrangement regulars have extensive melodic cleaves too. Kristian Nairn, who played the tender mammoth Hodor, is a long-lasting entertainer and DJ. Furthermore, Jerome Flynn, who plays Bronn, was one portion of the English pop team Robson and Jerome amid the 1990s.
The seventh period of Game of Thrones debuts on HBO July 16. It will keep running for seven scenes rather than the typical 10, trailed by the eighth and last season in 2018, which will keep running for six scenes.