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Breakfast at Tiffany's - Broadway

Emilia Clarke stars in the stage adaptation of Truman Capote's classic novel.

Emilia Clarke’s Nude Breakfast at Tiffany’s Scene Titillates Audiences, Sparks Fleshy Photo Fever

Emilia Clarke’s Nude Breakfast at Tiffany’s Scene Titillates Audiences, Sparks Fleshy Photo Fever
Emilia Clarke
Emilia Clarke's nude scene in 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' makes headlines!

It’s a breast-fest at Tiffany’s as Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke makes her much anticipated Broadway debut—although in decidedly fewer clothes than we could have expected!

The British beauty stars as the buoyant Holly Golightly in the new Broadway adaptation of Truman Capote's Breakfast at Tiffany’s, but it’s one particularly revealing scene that’s got voyeurs abuzz. The New York Post reports that during the show’s first preview on March 4, audience members began to take photos on their phones when Clarke appeared fully naked in a bathtub, joining an also-naked Cory Michael Smith.

A source told The Post that “strategically placed” bubbles covered up Golightly’s goodies for most of the crowd, but folks in the balcony apparently had an unobstructed view of Clarke’s assets.

Here’s the thing: This isn’t the first time we’ve seen this Broadway babe’s birthday suit. Clarke is best known to audiences for her role as ferocious princess Daenerys Targaryen on HBO’s fantasy epic Game of Thrones, and the nudity she displays on that show is enough to make Tiffany’s look like a convent.

As for the audience members who reached for their cameras to catch a stark Clarke, the management at the Cort Theatre has reportedly jacked up its security to stop Instagram-happy theatergoers from snapping shots of the stage. Our advice? Keep rocking it, Emilia! Like the old saying goes, when you've got it, put it on full display in front of a few thousand people eight times a week!

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