‘Game of Thrones’: Will Joe Jonas Appear on the Show?

The world of Game of Thrones is an interesting one. The storylines and character backstories are so enthralling that they completely pull you out of reality and into their world.

Over the past seven seasons, people have become obsessed with the show. And it’s not just us regular folk, celebrities can’t get enough, either. Some of them are even lucky enough to make guest appearances.

Which celebrities have been on ‘Game of Thrones’?

Several celebrities have made appearances on the iconic show. Some are more memorable than others and some only get to do cameos on the show.

YouTube star Steve Love got his chance to be on the show after doing impressions of the characters.

“I was contacted by the Game of Thrones producers after I was on Kimmel, and they asked if I wanted to be on the show and I was like ‘Yes!'” he told CTV News.

“I was like ‘I’ll wrestle a bear naked, I don’t care. I’ll do whatever you want me to do!’ So then I contacted them back afterwards and was like ‘I don’t know what your plan is for me, but it would really mean a lot to me if you gave me one of those trademark gruesome death scenes.'”

“They wrote me back and they basically said ‘Actually Steve that was exactly what we had in mind. You’ll bite the bullet, don’t worry.'”

Brann Dailor, Bill Kelliher, and Brent Hinds from the band Mastodon were also extras on the show. They played Wildlings who had joined the Night King’s army in season five’s “Hardhome” episode.

“I watched my best friends Brent and Bill, murdered right in front of me as I myself was stabbed in the stomach and had my throat slit multiple times, and I didn’t mind at all,” Dailor once told Pitchfork. “We are more than privileged and honored to have been a part of one of the greatest stories ever told on film, and the catering wasn’t bad either.”

Showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss’ faces are also featured in the Hall of Faces, which is shown in seasons five and six when Arya Stark is training to become “no one.” Fun fact, Benioff’s parents also made a cameo as villagers in season four of the show.

Perhaps, one of the most infamous cameos is Ed Sheeran’s in season seven. Arya comes across Sheeran and some other Lannister soldiers when she is traveling to King’s Landing. She tells them that she is on her way to kill the queen, to which they laugh, not realizing that she is serious.

Unfortunately, fans didn’t love Sheeran on the show. He got bullied so much that he deleted his Twitter.

“Had to get off it completely, wasn’t doing anything good for anyone’s sanity,” he wrote on Instagram of leaving the social media site. “I’m gonna be more present on here and work out things we can all do as a fan base. Love you all, you all rule x.”

Will Joe Jonas be on the show?

As you probably know by now, singer Joe Jonas is engaged to Sophie Turner who plays Sansa Stark on the show.

Jonas has acted in the past, appearing on Jonas, Camp Rock, and more, so it would kind of make sense for him to make a cameo on his future wife’s show, right?

Too bad, it’s not going to happen.

“I would have done it in a heartbeat, but unfortunately, it’s not going to happen,” Jonas told Variety. That would have been amazing. I would have loved it.”

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