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Game Of Thrones' Emilia Clarke Sheerly Stunning At Breakfast At Tiffanys' Opening Night! No Nudity Necessary!!

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Security scares be damned! After her nude explosion during the previews, the official opening rang in a new era of Holly Golightly!

Emilia Clarke WOWED the carpet and crowd last night at the opening of Broadway's latest Breakfast At Tiffany's production.

Though the reviews of the play have been mixed so far, there's no question that this Game of Thrones beauty is winning, looks-wise!

She was glowing with delight and excitement in seksi sheer polka dots, then later hit the stage's curtain call with Cat in an equally retro Holly Golightly costume.

As GoT fans already know, the actress was recently snapped at the red carpet for the Season 3 premiere of Game of Thrones looking gorgeous as usual.

She also just announced her split from fellow actor and comedian Seth MacFarlane.

But if you ask us, Emilia's never looked this FIERCE! So who needs a man!?! Loves it!

P.S. Ch-ch-check out pictures below for both of Emilia's outfits from last night.

P.P.S. CLICK HERE for her latest GoT clip! Dragonz!

[Image via Joseph Marzullo/WENN.]

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3 comments to “Game Of Thrones' Emilia Clarke Sheerly Stunning At Breakfast At Tiffanys' Opening Night! No Nudity Necessary!!”

  1. hhh says – reply to this


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    didn't britney spears wear that a few years ago?

  2. Mrs. Momoa says – reply to this


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    I don't care for it on her…her is too short…it cuts her off in the wrong places.



  3. 3

    So, this play is based on the movie and not the Truman Capote novella? How lame.