'Game of Thrones' fans are in love with this video of Grey Worm singing 'My Boo' to Missandei

'Game of Thrones' fans are in love with this video of Grey Worm singing 'My Boo' to Missandei

Unlike the Battle of Winterfell, last week's episode of Game of Thrones had fans talking for all the wrong reasons.

To begin with, there was that coffee cup blunder, then we had to watch Brienne and Ghost get rejected by the people they love most, and don't even get me started on all the hints that Daenerys is about to become the Mad Queen.

It also featured the death of one of the show's most beloved characters, Missandei, who most of us were hoping would get to happily ride off into the sunset with her beloved Grey Worm, regardless of who ends up sitting on the Iron Throne.

In case your heart needs breaking again, this is her death scene: 

Now, while it's obvious that Missandei's death is going to incite the rage of not only Grey Worm but Daenerys too - particularly as her last word was "dracarys", which is"dragonfire" in High Valyrian - it turns out that offscreen, and okay offset, she and Grey Worm got the happy ending that fans were hoping for.

Taking to Twitter, Jacob Anderson, the actor who plays Greyworm (who uses the alias Raleigh Ritchie for his music career) shared a video of them dancing to 'My Boo' which was captioned "I know it hurts. But Somewhere in the multiverse"...

This is the ending we'd have all liked to have seen for Grey Worm and Missandei: 

Understandably, it provoked quite the response from fans of the show:

The video actually went down so well on Twitter that one user said it was better than the entire last episode:

If you haven't seen it yet, this is the preview for this week's episode: 

Let's just hope this episode is slightly more palatable to fans of the show. It is, after all, the penultimate one!