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    Sigur R??s

    Sigur R??s

    [ranking: 11]
    Game of Thrones has a history of bringing musicians in for cameos, but Sigur R??s's appearance marks one of the few times a full band makes it onto the show. The Icelandic band shows up at King Joffrey's infamous wedding during the Season 4 episode "The Lion and the Rose." The band plays a cover of "The Rains of Castamere" during the wedding, perhaps foreshadowing Joffrey's untimely demise. 

    Mastodon

    Mastodon

    [ranking: 5]
    Heavy metal band Mastodon have one of the more metal cameos on the show, appearing as Free Folk on multiple occasions. They first appear in Season 5's "Hardhome" when Jon Snow tries to urge the Free Folk to head south and flee the White Walker threat. The members of Mastodon do not survive the ensuing battle with the White Walkers, and they make a second appearance as wights in the army of the dead in the Season 7 finale, "The Dragon and the Wolf."

    Ed Sheeran

    Ed Sheeran

    [ranking: 1]
    Ed Sheeran's brief cameo in the Season 7 premiere, "Dragonstone," is probably the most hated guest appearance in the show's history. Sheeran got so much hate online he had to temporarily shut down his Twitter page. 
    He appears as a Lannister soldier and sings "Hands of Gold" to his comrades before addressing his distaste for King's Landing. Arya meets the group of soldiers and has a rare moment of fun with them before heading off on her own. While fans of the show may have found this cameo annoying, one person loved it: Maisie Williams. The Arya Stark actor is apparently a massive fan of Sheeran, and showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss decided to cast him in this role as a fun surprise for Williams. 
    Sheeran was so hated that the writers actually included a brief quip about his fate in the Season 8 premiere. Bronn mentions "Eddie" had his face horribly disfigured by dragon fire at the Battle of Highgarden. 

    Royd Tolkien

    Royd Tolkien

    [ranking: 6]
    There would arguably be no Game of Thrones if it wasn't for the works of literary giant J.R.R. Tolkien, so it's fitting his great-grandson makes an appearance on the show. Royd Tolkien appears as a Wildling in the Season 5 episode "Hardhome." Outside of GoT, he also appears in Return of the King and The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.

    Steve Love

    Steve Love

    [ranking: 12]
    Steve Love is a Canadian actor and YouTube star, and he makes a brief cameo in the Season 6 episode "No One." Love is well-known online for his spot-on impressions of Game of Thrones characters, so it's fitting he landed a role on the show. He plays a member of the Brotherhood Without Banners and receives a merciless end at the hands of the Hound, who decapitates Love with an ax. 

    Of Monsters And Men

    Of Monsters And Men

    [ranking: 7]
    Of Monsters And Men is the second Icelandic band to have a cameo on Game of Thrones after Sigur R??s. They appear as Bravossi musicians in Season 6 at the play Arya attends, The Bloody Hand. They can be seen above the stage playing their instruments. 

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Most of the cast of Game of Thrones were relative unknowns before the show premiered, but they've since become superstars since. That's not necessarily true of everyone in the series, however, as many genuine stars have made guest appearances over the seasons. This may be yet another thing you forgot about Game of Thrones, as the cameos are usually subtle - but once you notice them, they are hard to ignore. These may not be the best Game of Thrones characters, but that doesn't stop them from totally derailing viewers' focus. 

There have been a wide variety of reactions to the various Game of Thrones cameos over the seasons, from quiet delight to outright disdain. Many of them are just plain strange, leaving audiences to question if they really just saw Ed Sheeran in full Lannister armor. Whether they are famous pop stars, respected comedians, or even star athletes, the strangest celebrity cameos in Game of Thrones history pretty much always pull you back to reality. 

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