'Game of Thrones': Female Cast Reflects on Hardships of Season 5 in 'GMA' Exclusive

Emilia Clarke, Sophie Turner, Hannah Murray, Lena Headey, Maisie Williams and Nathalie Emmanuel sat down with "GMA's" Jessie Palmer.
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We're back now with the premiere everyone is talking about -- "Game of thrones" captivating millions includes lot of celebs overnight. Kelly Clarkson tweeted this -- a big thank you for returning right in time for her day. It's all about the women this year. Those women sat down for an exclusive interview with our Jesse palmer. Reporter: You got to give it to the ladies of season five. What's happening? What's happening? Reporter: For stepping up the game. Open the Gates! Reporter: With those gut-wrenching cliffhangers. She has confessed. Reporter: When you get sansa, Arya and cersei together -- you may find yourself here. I was out of the concert and I weren't into the restroom and these girls came in and they were like, who the hell is that girl with kit? And I'm like it's me. Reporter: She's actually from the UK, they all are. But now, down to business. I want to start with the stark sisters. Paired up with bad boyfriends. He hurts me every night. Reporter: Is there a chance in season six we start to see it get better. I think sansa, she's leaving the relationships for now. She's becoming like her own -- Your character has become this total badass. You know who I am. These cheeky one-liners and the upperhand. This season,s the first time we have seen her genuinely broken down. It's nice to see a character coming to that point, to their low point, so late on. Reporter: And cersei. She's been brought to her knees. She's quite lost and vulnerable. But slowly but sure ly back comes old cersei with a colder heart? That's possible? Yes. What has it been like playing daenerys. Some call her beyonce of the seven kingdom. Run the world. My inner beyonce comes out sometimes. I think, you can't hate on dragons. People get in her way and I'm going to get my dragons and I'm going to kill you. What's cool about your two characters they can speak bolerain. My mom laughs at me. She would literally hear me in my bedroom, like, frustrated. I would run down and go, mom, listen. She would be like, well done. Just promise me whatever happens you'll take care of little Sans. It's a different season. She's very much out of her comfort zone but in a fun way than a scary way. Stop! Reporter: While the show isn't for the faint of heart, legions of women are tuning? All of the women are floored. There's no vision of perfection. I think that's why women dig it. Reporter: What are the chances a woman ends up on an iron throne? On a count of three, point to the person you think might end up on the iron throne? Ready. One, two, three -- wow. You're like sisters. The stark sisters. Reporter: For "Good morning America," Jesse palmer, ABC news, New York. That was great, Jesse. Coming up breakout star

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