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GAME OF THRONES Characters Sing Taylor Swift’s “Look What You Made Me Do”

GAME OF THRONES Characters Sing Taylor Swift’s “Look What You Made Me Do”

Acts of betrayals, public declarations of hostilities, the calling of loyal bannermen (bannerfans?), and two famous names in open war against one another? Things have never been worse between House Swift and House Perry, so what better group of people to “sing” Taylor Swift‘s newest single, “Look What You Made Me Do,” than the characters of Game of Thrones>

This video comes from the YouTube user Matthijs Vlot, who stitched together the men and women of the Seven Kingdoms participating in the biggest karaoke event in Westeros history.

We’d say no one’s appearance has changed more than Tyrion’s over the years, but Daario Naharis literally used to be a different person.

If someone in Westeros released a song badmouthing another great house the way Swift and Perry have, they would have slightly bigger concerns than how people responded on social media. By now Katy Perry would have allied with Lord Kanye of House West to try and even the numbers with Swift’s Squad, but it wouldn’t have mattered because Lady Gaga would have had already claimed the Iron Throne while they were fighting one another.

Also, everyone would be dead. But unlike the old Taylor Swift, that wouldn’t be as big a problem if someone called looking for her.

What is dead may never die, so they can still come to the phone.

Yeah, okay, that joke was terrible. Hey! Characters from Game of Thrones singing Taylor Swift, look what you made me do.

Now we’ve got bad blood.

…I’m going to stop now.

What other song would you like to hear the characters on Game of Thrones sing together? Tell us in the comments below.

Images: HBO

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