“Game of Thrones” fans ought to prepare themselves for what could be an epic crossover in Sunday’s episode.
The penultimate episode of “Thrones” is set to air May 12, with many hyping it up as what may be one of the best episodes of the season. Even Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has been getting his followers amped up for the episode, but for a whole different reason.
Rodgers, who’s been a fan of the show for quite some time, has been hinting at an upcoming cameo throughout Season 8. Following Episode 2 back in April, the Packers star sent out a pretty cryptic tweet about the future of the series, including a very telling hashtag.
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This wouldn’t be the first time an athlete made a “Thrones” cameo. New York Mets pitcher and “Thrones” fanatic Noah Syndergaard, for example, appeared on the show back in Season 7.
Celebrities like pop singer Ed Sheeran, country singer Chris Stapleton and “It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia” star Rob McElhenney also have made guest appearances on the program.