'Game of Thrones' star Emilia Clarke in GQ: She wants to be on 'Girls'

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With her role as an exiled queen on "Game Of Thrones," actress Emilia Clarke converted a whole lot of fantasy-averse American men into swords-and-sorcery nerds. And she did it all while wearing nothing but her long platinum tresses and several clingy baby dragons. More accurately: because she wore nothing but her long platinum tresses and several clingy baby dragons. Clarke heats up the March issue of GQ in some more contemporary wear, and talks with GQ's Daniel Riley about the closeness she feels with her "Game Of Thrones" character, Daenerys Targaryen, her love for AMC's "Breaking Bad" and HBO's "Girls," and more.

As the passionate, headstrong (and sometimes naked) Daenerys Targaryen on HBO's hit drama "Game of Thrones," Emilia Clarke has earned rave reviews and millions of adoring fans -- particularly of the male persuasion.

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But Clarke herself is a fan … of "Girls"!

"I'd give my right arm to be, like, a random extra on 'Girls,' just to walk past one of the scenarios," she says in the newest issue of GQ magazine.

[See the full photoshoot and interview with Emilia Clarke at GQ.com]

"Or, like, a meth head on 'Breaking Bad.' It'd be like 'Where's Wally?!' Only, again, without the wig, they wouldn't recognize me."

Speaking of the wig, Clarke wishes she could wear it off set, but isn't allowed to. "I keep asking to go out with the wig at night, but they insist there's no way. They won't let me go partying with it on!" she jokingly complains.

[See behind-the-scenes video from Clarke's GQ shoot]

Clarke's GQ photoshoot shows off just how sexy the star is, even without her Daenerys costume, but she still says, "It's silly … but when I take the wig off at the end of the day, I'm rather disappointed when I look in the mirror."

The third season of "Game of Thrones" promises to be action-packed. When last we saw Daenerys, she'd just rescued her three baby dragons from the House of the Undying. Then the Khaleesi planned to loot the city to buy a ship to take her to Westeros, where she wants to claim the Iron Throne. Having a few fire-breathing dragons should help with that.

Season 3 of "Game of Thrones" premieres on 3/31/13.