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'Game of Thrones' Season 7 Spoilers: Jon Snow Kilsl Cersei Lannister; Hodor Enters Politics

Update Date: Apr 21, 2017 07:24 PM EDT

"Game of Thrones" fans have been patiently waiting for the new season of the hit HBO series. Spoilers are now making rounds that Cersei Lannister will be killed by Jon Snow and that Hodor will be entering politics in the future.

According to a recent report from Radio Times, Jon Snow could be destined to kill Cersei Lannister in the upcoming season of "Game of Thrones." The publication stated that Lannister will have her good days end in the upcoming season of the show, as she gets chopped out.

Cersei Lannister's Death By Jon Snow In "Game of Thrones"

The spoiler about Lannister's death is still to be confirmed, as this speculation was reportedly started out by \fans. The theory is still to be confirmed, as Snow is also looking for revenge for his half-sibling's death.

"Game of Thrones": Hodor Might Run For Politics

Meanwhile, The Telegraph unveiled that Irish actor, Kristian Nairn, who plays the role of Hodor, might be running for politics to fight for the LGBT rights for same-sex marriage. He said that he had been thinking about running for public office, yet he still does not know when.

"I really do not understand why we're the only little enclave of the country that can't do it. I hope that we can come into line with the rest of Europe and the rest of the United Kingdom and Ireland," Nairn said.

"There is so much other horrible s*** happening in the world at the minute, I think it is the least of their worries. I think we need to get it sorted out as soon as possible. I don't see why people are so concerned at what other people do behind closed doors or in their lives."

As of this date, fans of "Game of Thrones" are yet to find out what happens with Cersei Lannister. The new season of "GoT" will come out in July.

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