It is great to have you here. Thank you so much.
-Thank you. Good to be here. -Oh, please, we love you. I want to talk about everything
"Game of Thrones" and everything that's going on. Congratulations on everything.
-Thank you. Thank you very much. -But I also want to talk about
this new app that you created. -Yes, Daisie.
-Called Daisie. -Mm-hmm.
-How long have you been working on this idea? -So we came up with the idea
maybe two years ago. And then we launched, like,
a beta version last year. And it went down really well. And then since then we've been
building a web app. And that's coming in May.
-Yeah. So basically what it is is
you can go on it and you go, "Hey, here's a song I wrote." -Right. And then you
can find someone — if you want to do a music video,
you'll be able to find people who, like, shoot music videos
or someone who has a concept or maybe a piece of art that you
want to create an idea around. And you can find all of those
people on the app and build within it,
and then — Yeah, it's just for, like,
people who are starting out who want to create a career. -Congratulations on that.
Daisie. -Thank you.
-It's pretty cool. I think it's a cool thing.
[ Cheers and applause ] Look at you here, buddy. Cover of every magazine
in the world. I mean, not bad.
[ Cheers and applause ] Not too shabby.
You look gorgeous. -Thank you. -And it was very, very cool, because I follow you
on Instagram, and I saw you post the — a photo of your
first day working? -My first day
on "Game of Thrones." -Look at this.
Look at this. This little baby.
I mean, come on. [ Audience "aw"s ]
How cute? Oh, my — -A little frog.
-No, no, I mean — You grew up on the show.
-I did. Yeah. It is really crazy looking
at a photo like that, because to me, it's like you
just — you live your life. And then it's not until
you really look back to, like, 10 years ago
and you realize, like, everyone's seen me
grow up, yeah. -Yeah. Now, when you're 12,
Mom and Dad have to come on set? -Yes.
So my mom was with me. She would travel with me
and she enjoyed it very much. -Do you remember the first time
Mom and Dad were not there and you go like,
"Oh, I'm free. I can actually —
I'm an adult now"? -I do. Yeah, so at 16,
you can travel alone, and at 16, you start
working, like, adult hours. So we were shooting a scene where Arya kills
Ser Meryn Trant. And so it's this really graphic,
horrifying scene. And I was 16
and I was alone and I'd just left school. And I was on set,
and they said, "We're going to have to go
overtime, do some overtime." And, for me, it was the first
time I was ever doing that. So it was really,
really exciting. And so when they do overtime,
they bring you pizza. And so they did this huge
pizza order. And we're talking like a crew
of a hundred people, so there's boxes and boxes
of pizza. And I come out, I've got
this dagger in my hand, a nightie on,
and I'm covered in blood, having just stabbed this guy
in both of his eyes. And…
[ Laughter ] I walk out and I grab
a slice of pizza. And I remember thinking,
"This is my life. I'm so glad I left school."
[ Laughter ] [ Applause ] -That is fantastic. And here you are with your — What do you say,
your best friend? -My best friend, indeed.
Sophie Turner. -Is it? How cool is that —
-Give her a hand, guys. -Absolutely, yeah. [ Cheers and applause ] That's pretty fun to be able
to do stuff like that with a friend, right?
-Absolutely. I mean, it's been so nice
having someone, like, of a similar age
and gender to sort of go through this
crazy life together. Because it is really strange growing up in front
of the public. And, you know, to have someone
in the darkest times that you can call
who knows exactly what you're going through,
is just — you know, it keeps you sane.