Peter Dinklage Sings Coldplay’s Game of Thrones Musical for Red Nose Day …

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Coldplay Teams Up with NBC’s Red Nose Day for a Game of Thrones Musical (VIDEO).

Game of Thrones fans already know this, of course, but Peter Dinklage further cemented his character’s awesomeness with a little help from Coldplay—yes, that Coldplay!The actor, who plays Tyrion Lanister in HBO’s bloody sword-and-sorcery series, performs the song for a three-hour Red Nose Day special on American channel NBC.

“Baby, you know I’m the man for all seasons, characters get cut for various reasons,” GoT’s Peter Dinklage sings in the clip, alluding to the many fatalities on his HBO show. “Some people’s parts, just ain’t very long.Dinklage (aka Tyrion Lannister) sings lyrics about some of the HBO show’s deceased characters, using their deaths to point out just how cool he must be, since he’s still standing. “Remember Ned Stark?Coldplay have written a musical based on _Game Of Thrones _ because if there’s one thing that would bring peace to the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros it’s Chris Martin getting all teary eyed and emotional. Red Nose Day’s telecast will feature the entire sketch film, so make sure to tune in on Thursday, May 21 at 8pm PT/ET on NBC to catch it! “I toured around schools in California and I’m going to take a tour of East Coast schools,” Winter said last night at the TV Academy screening of Modern Family’s season finale (airing May 20 on ABC). Robert Baratheon was part of that crew, but he never made it to season two,” sings Dinklage in a preview for Game of Thrones: The Musical. “The King of the North was cool, you said.

She’s most interested in business and law. “I would love to continue acting but it’s definitely important, I think, to go and do something else as well,” Winter explained. “You never know if something’s not going to work out, if one day acting is like, ‘No, we don’t like you anymore!’ You gotta have something else you can do. Donations will be accepted during three-hour the telecast – which will also feature appearances by celebs like Will Ferrell, Gwyneth Paltrow, Emily Blunt, John Krasinski and Jack Black and performances from Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Pharrell Williams and many more – but anyone can buy a $1 red nose now at participating Walgreens and Duane Reade drugstores.

I’ve always been interested in law so I think it’ll definitely be something that I’ll love to do and also go to school for.” The actress had been living with her sister Shanelle Gray since 2012, when a temporary guardianship was initially put into place after Winter alleged that her mother, Chrisoula Workman, was physically and emotionally abusing her. Earlier this year Snoop Dogg – who recently revealed that he watches the show for “historical reasons” – lead a cast of rappers and heavy metal acts including Mastodon, Anthrax, Method Man, Talib Kweli, Ty Dolla $ign, Wale, and Killswitch Engage on a free Catch the Throne mixtape that featured samples from the soundtrack of Season 4. A different judge previously said that an initial report by child protective services found evidence of emotional abuse, but that claims of physical abuse were unsubstantiated. While a hip-hop tribute to the show’s first three seasons released last year featured new tracks from Outkast’s Big Boi, Common, Wale, Kilo Kish and others.

Workman insisted that the allegations made against her were false. “I’m really lucky I have an amazing support system and lovely people in my life who have given me the support and guidance to have been given this wonderful opportunity,” Winter also tweeted on Friday. “Most importantly I want to thank @shanelle_gray and my father for their special support regarding this matter, I really couldn’t have done it without them. “Thank you to all of my family, friends, and fans who have supported me through all of my endeavors in life, and have encouraged me.

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