Brad Pitt is on the verge of becoming single again, so it's no surprise he's looking for some companionship.
Brad Pitt offered a huge $120,000 to watch an episode of Game of Thrones with star Emilia Clarke - but he was outbid. Pitt bid $80,000 and then outbid himself and offered $90,000. He turned up Saturday night in Hollywood at Sean Penn's 7th annual Haiti Rising Gala, according to People. Plus, he's famous enough he could probably just call Emilia Clarke and Kit Harington and ask if they want to binge a season with him at his house for free.
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The bidding started at U.S. $20,000 but quickly rose and hit the $120,000 mark when Harington said he would also sit in on the episode with the victor.
The auctioneer reportedly shouted 'Is the King of the North here?' when Kit Harington returned from the toilet.
So does the 54-year-old actor have a thing for the 31-year-old Clarke?
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Pitt was out when the bid reached $150,000.
Famed for his role as Jon Snow who becomes the on-screen lover of the mother of dragons in season seven, it is no surprise Kit put himself forward to join Emilia and the lucky victor in the private screening.
It sounds like a real swanky night, with Lena Dunham, Jason Segel, Patricia Arquette, Arnold Schwarznegger and Leonardo DiCaprio all attending.
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