Is Emilia Clarke really caught in the middle of a "feud" between Kit Harington and Jason Momoa? One of the tabloids claims there's a whole lot of drama surrounding the three "Game of Thrones" stars. Gossip Cop looked into the situation and we can set the record straight.
According to Star, Harington and Momoa ended their friendship when Momoa's character was written off the show several years ago. An alleged insider tells the magazine that the falling out was a result of "Kit's boozing." "Jason got sick of Kit's wild ways," adds the supposed source. "You have to feel sorry for Emilia Clarke, who adores them both and is stuck in the middle."
The story, however, doesn't make a ton of sense. For starters, Momoa left "Game of Thrones" back in 2012 after just one season. The actor has stayed friendly with the majority of his co-stars over the years, Harington included. Back in 2016, Momoa took to Instagram after the HBO show won the Emmy for Outstanding Drama Series. The actor posted a photo of him and Harington, along with the caption, "Congrats to my kit super proud of him and all the cast and crew." Momoa actually went out of the way to single out his friend while also giving a shoutout to the entire show.
Back in 2017, Momoa shared Instagram photos of him and Harington sharing drinks in a bar with a few of their other co-stars. It doesn't appear the Aquaman star has an issue with Harington consuming alcohol. Just last month, Momoa took to Instagram to hype Harington's "Saturday Night Live" hosting gig. "I love this man ALMOST as much as I love @nbcsnl," wrote the actor, who went on to say he was "so proud" of his friend, and added, "#kittykat love u bro congrats."
Also last month, Harington and Momoa were photographed hanging out at an after-party following the premiere of the final season of "Game of Thrones." Despite the overwhelming amount of evidence disproving the tabloid's feud rumors, Gossip Cop still checked in with a source close to the situation, who confirms the former co-stars are close friends. As for Clarke, the actress isn't caught in the middle of a nonexistent battle.
It's worth noting, Star has a habit of throwing a celebrity into the middle of a fake fight between two other stars. Gossip Cop previously busted the tabloid for falsely claiming Taylor Swift was at the center of a "feud" between Anna Kendrick and Blake Lively. That storyline, much like this latest one, was completely fabricated.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.