You know those "Now That's What I Call Music" compilations? The next volume should be all pop songs performed in Dothraki. The world is ready. "Game of Thrones" star/overall queen was on "Late Night with Seth Meyers" to promote her upcoming film "Me Before You," and also talk about the real language of Dothraki, which was invented for GoT.

Emilia memorizes the lines in Dothraki for the HBO show, but she said the other people on set can't tell when she's saying a Dothraki line correctly or not, so she could say just about anything. For the currently airing Season 6, there was one speech that went on for so long that -- when she was off camera, doing lines with a Dothraki dude who was doing his close-up -- she substituted the real words she was supposed to say with a Dothraki version of Hanson's "MMMBop."

She admitted that it did not help her co-star with his performance. At all. But she gave Seth Meyers a sample of her "MMMBop," and he said it's much less catchy than the original.

Watch Emilia singing in the first video, and then hear her story about "Me Before You" co-star Sam Claflin making her a Daenerys Targaryen LEGO:

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