Don't Worry, Y'all — Lena Headey Feels the Same as Way We Do About Cersei's End on GOT

Warning: The following post contains spoilers for the fifth episode of season eight of Game of Thrones.

For years, Game of Thrones fans have envisioned Cersei Lannister’s death. Would Arya cross her off her longstanding kill list? Would Grey Worm seek revenge for her killing Missandei? Would Tyrion fulfill Cersei’s prophecy and kill his older sister? We’ve romanticized this evil character’s death since we saw her malicious and inhumane tendencies in season one, which is why it was so underwhelming and straight-up disappointing when she and Jaime were killed by rubble in season eight’s fifth episode, “The Bells.” Yes, she’s killed on Mother’s Day, and yes, she’s ultimately killed because she refused to surrender to Daenerys in the episode prior, but none of the handful of characters who plotted her murder had the satisfaction of killing her, and neither did viewers.

Twitter took notes from Drogon and was aflame with sh*t-talking following the episode. No one could fathom how this horrible character escaped a brutal killing when well-intentioned characters hadn’t had the same luck earlier in the episode. The wicked witch queen of Westeros is dead, and Lena Headey absolutely has some thoughts about it. Following the episode, the actress spoke with Entertainment Weekly about Cersei’s death and her character’s emotions leading up to that ending.

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