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      She’s an accomplished actress famed for her role in . <br>And  surprised fans with a new talent on Wednesday during an interview on The Tonight Show Starring .<br>The actress, 34, was challenged to recite Olivia Rodrigo’s hit Good 4 U in a variety of different accents.<br> Star: Emilia Clarke surprised fans with a new talent on Wednesday during an interview on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon<br>Speaking over Zoom, she started off with a New York accent saying: ‘Well, good for you, you f****in’ moron. I guess you moved on real easily. Go Mets!’ <br> RELATED ARTICLES

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      She then moved on to a California accent, German, French and Russian, as well as trying in Australian and Irish. <br>Jimmy was clearly impressed after the task, shouting: ‘That was amazing’ as Emilia laughed in the background. <br> Funny: The actress, 34, was challenged to recite Olivia Rodrigo’s hit Good 4 U in a variety of different accents<br>
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      Elsewhere on the show she revealed that she’s behind the new comic book ‘M.O.M.: Mother Of Madness’.<br>While appearing remotely on show she talked about the origin of the new comic book that was released Wednesday by Image Comics. <br>’It was just a silly idea. It was a silly conversation that happened in a car on our way to a gig with friends. And we were like, “Yeah, wouldn’t it be funny if there was a superhero who wasn’t perfect and who was just a big mess like us?”,’ Emilia said.<br>’And I was like, “That would be really funny.” And was anxious. That would be really funny. And then I went home and just wrote that. So I wrote like 50 pages of this and this kind of character just came out of me. And I did all the other characters and just a lot of – there was a lot of material that was ready to come out and now it’s here. And it’s a real thing,’ she said.<br> Giving it her all: Speaking over Zoom, she started off with a New York accent saying: ‘Well, good for you, you f****in’ moron. I guess you moved on real easily. Go Mets!’ <br>While appearing on the NBC talk show she had a copy of her new M.O.M. comic book prominently displayed on a shelf behind her.<br>Jimmy, 46, asked Emilia about the process and she shared that it takes about 11 people to make a comic.<br>’And I teamed up with this incredible writer called Marguerite Bennett, who was my guru and my guide cause I didn’t know the first thing about making a comic and, so I wrote all the stuff and then she turned it into comic. Turned it into this thing,’ Emilia said.<br>Jimmy told her the comic book was ‘well done’ and asked if it could be adapted into a movie or TV show.<br> Acting: She then moved on to a California accent, German, French and Russian, as well as trying in Australian and Irish<br> ‘Well, okay. So here’s the way I feel about this. It’s not why I started, it’s not why I made a comic. I made a comic cause I’m crazy and so I did that. And if it’s really crap and no one wants it, then it won’t be a movie,’ Emilia replied.<br>Emilia also confirmed her involvement in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.<br>’So, yeah, I’m pretty sure we can say it’s called Secret Invasion,’ Emilia said.<br>She then admitted that she was scared about Marvel security.<br>’I am convinced there is a man outside my house there’s been a car parked there for a long time. And I swear to god, he’s undercover,’ she said.<br> Project: Elsewhere on the show she revealed that she’s behind the new comic book ‘M.O.M.: Mother Of Madness'<br>

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