Brad Pitt Bid $120000 To Watch "Game of Thrones" With Emilia Clarke

Erica Roy
January 9, 2018

The gala event saw many A-listers in attendance, including Leonardo DiCaprio, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Lena Dunham, Jason Segel, Emilia Clarke and her co-star Kit Harrington. After Harrington offered to join Clarke and the winning bidder, Pitt raised his bid to $120,000.

According to Variety, Pitt began with a bid of $80,000.

The actor, looking as handsome as ever, pulled out his wallet to bid all the way up to $120,000 for a chance to enjoy an episode with the GoT actress and Jon Snow actor Kit Harington.

Pitt was out when the bid reached $150,000.

In the end, Pitt was outbid by a gala-goer who ended the auction at $160,000.

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However, Pitt didn't walk away empty-handed. Her bid of $80,000 bested "The Revenant" star's, but it turned out there were two copies up for sale, so DiCaprio simply snapped up the second one.

The actor put on a smart suit to attend the Sean Penn & Friends Haiti Rising Gala in aid of the Oscar winner's J/P Haitian Relief Organization. The organisation founded by Sean Penn was established to help relief efforts after the devastating quake in Haiti in 2010. Hollywood stars are also feverishly awaiting and anticipating who will take the throne and rule the Seven Kingdoms. That's why he deserves to be honored, and that's why we dragged him down here to be honored.

DiCaprio returned the praise as he accepted his award, calling Penn an inspiration and a role model.

Fans of the hit show - starring Emilia Clarke, Peter Dinklage and Gwendoline Christie - will have to wait a whole year to find out the fate of their favourite characters when the final six episodes will be screened.

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