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    Here's What Celebs Revealed On Late Night Talk Shows This Week

    GoT, celeb friendships, getting fired, and more.

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    1. Kit Harington shared his feelings about Game of Thrones coming to an end.

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    On The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Kit Harington shared the only thing he could about the final six episodes of Game of Thrones: his reaction. He said, "I had my theories. I had my theories all along and all of them were wrong. They were all wrong." He continued, "We had a table read though...I was vey shocked and surprised at certain events unfolding. And then I blubbed my eyes out. I cried."

    2. Julianne Moore revealed she had been fired from a recent Oscar-nominated film.

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    On Watch What Happens Live, Julianne Moore explained to a fan her departure from the recent Oscar-nominated film Can You Ever Forgive Me?. She revealed, "I didn't leave that movie, I was fired. Yeah, yeah, Nicole [Holofcener, the film's original director]. So, that's the truth. I think she didn’t like what I was doing...I think that her idea of where the character was, was different than where my idea of where the character was, and so she fired me.” She also said that she hasn't seen the movie yet because "it's still kind of painful. "I love Melissa McCarthy. I think she's great. But, that's the story."

    3. The Jonas Brothers discussed wearing purity rings in the past.

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    During "Carpool Karaoke" on The Late Late Show with James Corden, Joe revealed that the brothers had never even planned to discuss their rings publicly. He explained, "We were in an interview one day, and the guy asked about them, and we said, 'We don't want to talk about them.' He was like, 'I'm just going to say you're in a cult.' We were scared to death. It was one of our first interviews...The next thing you know it's the Jonas Brothers... and their purity rings. That was what people ran with forever, that was the running joke." He continued, "We found the humor in it sometimes, but we just decided at one point, 'Look, this is not who we are. We don't need to wear these anymore."

    4. Cole Sprouse shared how the cast of Riverdale is recovering after Luke Perry's death.

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    After sharing funny fan interactions, along with Dan Levy, (which you can watch above) Cole discussed the recent death of co-star Luke Perry on The Late Late Show with James Corden. Cole said, "We're recovering. We're all going through the paces. Luke was one of those guys, I think, that would much rather have us laughing and telling stories about his life, than, sort of, lamenting it. But, yeah, he was a good man. He was one of those guys that you never heard a bad thing said about him ever in Hollywood."

    5. Lauren Cohan revealed a possible return to The Walking Dead.

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    On Busy Tonight, Lauren Cohan discussed her character on The Walking Dead, explaining, "I do [miss Maggie], but I'm not done! i'm not done. It's known that it's— we're hoping we go back...It's very, it's just, trying to live in the unknown...and knowing things." She also shared some of her fan interactions, both funny and sinister.

    6. Brie Larson dished on her friendship with Samuel L. Jackson.

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    On Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Brie Larson discussed her friendship with Samuel L. Jackson, saying, "He is, without a doubt, the person I have traveled with the most of any person in my life." She added that they were absolutely friends in real life, adding that, "their love is real." Then she said that, though they text all the time and are close, she hasn't been able to snag an invitation to his annual trip to Italy with Magic Johnson, joking, "What do I have to do?"

    7. Karamo Brown addressed the rumors about Harry Styles appearing on Queer Eye.

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    On Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, Queer Eye's Karamo Brown addressed the rumors that Harry Styles was going to be a celebrity guest on the upcoming season. He told a fan, "No, the rumors aren't true. I just hung out with him in Japan. That was it. There was no— he's not going to be on the show. I would love to have him on the show, though."

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