Emily Carey, ‘House of the Dragon’ star, needed to delete Twitter


Emily Carey is nineteen years outdated and he or she says she loves social media.

However being a teen on the apps hits otherwise when you’re on “House of The Dragon” and your feedback about your position trigger a backlash.

Carey talked to Information.com.au about what occurred following some feedback she made about her character, a youthful model of Alicent Hightower.

Throughout an look at Comedian-Con, she defined how she got here up with the backstory for Alicent and expressed, “I’ve never had the freedom to create a whole human being like this before. So it was so much fun being able to go so in depth with her.”

I feel she’s so multifaceted. There are such a lot of layers to her,” Carey stated. “I think lots of people are already expecting her to be the villain of the show, but I think bringing her in younger, there was a lot more to explore.”

Some followers of the George R.R. Martin novel “Fire & Blood,” on which the sequence is predicated, disagreed with Carey’s characterization of the younger lady she portrays.

“I’m 19, so I’m all on social media, and I’ve been on social media since I was a kid because I’ve worked since I was a kid, so I’m very conscious of things … Any hate that comes in, it’s just … It’s a person behind a screen,” she informed the publication. “You just have to move on from it.”

“But I will say I did delete Twitter [after Comic-Con] because it’s just so loud,” Carey added. “Even when it’s good, there’s so many and it’s so loud.”

“House of the Dragon” premiered Sunday to about 10 million viewers making it “the largest audience for any new original series in the history of HBO,” in line with the community. CNN and HBO are each a part of Warner Bros. Discovery.