Bella Ramsey, 19, reveals she still gets ranted at over the Game Of Thrones ending


Bella Ramsey has revealed she still gets people coming up to her to rant about the Game Of Thrones ending, four years after the show finished.

The British actress, 19, shot to fame on the hit show as Lyanna Mormont, head of House Mormont, between seasons six to eight.

Despite the show’s incredible success both critically and commercially, its finale was widely panned by fans, with a petition even being created to rewrite the last season.

Annoying: Bella Ramsey has revealed she still gets people coming up to her to rant about the Game Of Thrones ending, four years after the show finished 

Bella says that people are still unhappy about the ending in 2019, and often approach her to complain about it.

Speaking on Jimmy Kimmel Live, she said: ‘People like to ask me what I thought of the ending. And I ask them back, “What did you think of it?”‘ 

‘I don’t have an opinion. I just let them either hate on it or talk about how great it was — mostly hate on the ending for like 10 minutes, and then I just sit there and listen and then say, “Goodbye, nice to meet you,” and then that’s it. 

‘Generally, the consensus is that it wasn’t great… It seemed fine to me.’

Breakthrough: The British actress, 19, shot to fame on the hit show as Lyanna Mormont, head of House Mormont, between seasons six to eight

Breakthrough: The British actress, 19, shot to fame on the hit show as Lyanna Mormont, head of House Mormont, between seasons six to eight 

 It comes after the Last of Us star has revealed she is gender-fluid, telling the New York Times that she found it ‘exciting’ when she was referred to as ‘he.’

She said: ‘I guess my gender has always been very fluid. Someone would call me she or her and I wouldn’t think about it, but I knew that if someone called me he it was a bit exciting.’

The star said she ticks ‘non-binary’ if it is an option on a form, before adding: ‘I’m very much just a person.

‘Being gendered isn’t something that I particularly like, but in terms of pronouns, I really couldn’t care less.’

Disappointed: Bella says that people are still unhappy about the ending in 2019, and often approach her to complain about it

Disappointed: Bella says that people are still unhappy about the ending in 2019, and often approach her to complain about it

The star is nominated in the Best Young Actor/Actress category for her role in Catherine Called Birdy as Lady Catherine / Birdy at the upcoming Critics Choice Awards – due to be held on Sunday.

Bella joins other famous faces who have come out as gender-fluid or non-binary. 

Emma Corrin identifies as non-binary and goes by they/them pronouns as of 2021 while Sam Smith revealed they were non-binary in 2019.

The Last Of Us was first released on the Playstation 3 in 2013, and took the gaming world by storm, selling 1.3 million units in its first week and over 17 million by 2018.

The game is set 20 years after a pandemic wiped out most of the world, centering on Ellie, who may be integral to curing the pandemic, and a smuggler named Joel.

Bella plays Ellie, a 14-year-old orphan, who struggles with learning she may have a big role to play in saving the world as she knows it. She stars alongside Pedro Pascal as Joel.

The game is considered by many to be one of the greatest of all time, which lead to the sequel, The Last Of Us Part II, released in June 2020.

The sequel sold more than 4 million copies in its first weekend, making it one of the fastest-selling PS4 games.

Before this new HBO series came to fruition, the game was previously in development as a movie adaptation at Sony Pictures. It will be released on January 15.

Big role: Bella plays Ellie, a 14-year-old orphan, who struggles with learning she may have a big role to play in saving the world as she knows it

Big role: Bella plays Ellie, a 14-year-old orphan, who struggles with learning she may have a big role to play in saving the world as she knows it

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