"Game of Thrones" star Emilia Clarke is whipping theater goers into a frenzy and prompting them to violate a long-standing Broadway rule against photographs, the New York Post reports. The excitement is over her new role in "Breakfast at Tiffany’s," which requires her to step naked into a bubble bath.
"Hoping to capture the image of the ravishing actress in her birthday suit, folks [in] the Cort Theatre audience ignored Broadway’s stringent ‘no photos’ rule and frantically snapped shots on their cellphones," the story notes.
The bath scene occurs after Clarke, who plays Holly Golightly, brings male lead Cory Michael Smith home after he’s injured riding a horse in Central Park. A theater goer told the Post: “You don’t see everything. There are bubbles strategically placed."
Added another source: “If you’re sitting in the balcony you can see a lot more.”
Of course, Clarke, who debuted Monday in “Tiffany’s,” has also appeared naked on "Game of Thrones," including one scene in which she steps out of a dress and walks naked into a bath.