Olivia Cooke is sharing particulars concerning the boozy night time she had earlier than her first day of filming HBO’s “Game of Thrones” prequel, “House of the Dragon.”
Throughout an look Tuesday on “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” the 28-year-old revealed that she had a large hangover throughout her first day on set.
“I was very hungover,” she confessed to Kimmel forward of her debut on the collection this Sunday. “Really bad, actually. Really bad.”
Cooke, who performs Queen Alicent within the fantasy collection, informed him that her night time of ingesting was so dangerous that she wound up chipping a tooth.
The actor mentioned all of it started when she appeared on British comic Alan Carr’s “Life’s a Beach” podcast the night time earlier than, when the pair indulged in a single too many glasses of wine.
“I never do that, but there’s this comedian in England who I love, Alan Carr, and he’s got a podcast. He invited me to be on the podcast, and I was very excited.”
Since her name time on set was not till 11 a.m. the subsequent day, the star admitted she determined to deliver “a bottle of wine just as a gesture” for Carr however didn’t count on what occurred subsequent.
“The podcast finished, and we’re just chatting, chatting, chatting. He’s telling me loads of gossip. More wine, more wine, more wine,” Cooke mentioned.
After all of the gossip and wine, earlier than she knew it, she was drunk.
“I don’t remember getting home. I remember I tipped my head down to put my hair in a pony, fell over,” she mentioned.
The subsequent day, the actor woke as much as uncover she’d chipped her tooth.
“Very slight chip, but enough that the tongue magnifies it. And you’re like, ‘What have I done?’ No one knew on set, until now,” Cooke mentioned.
On Tuesday, Carr posted a video of himself reacting to her look on Kimmel’s present.
“Doesn’t sound like me!!! love you @livkatecooke don’t forget Lifes A Beach,” he captioned the put up alongside a slew of emojis, together with wine glasses and laughing faces.
Seemingly with no regrets, Cooke replied to his put up, writing: “ahahahahahaha! worth it.”
“House of the Dragon” airs on Sundays on HBO.