After years of waiting to find out how HBO's Game of Thrones would end, the world finally got to find out during the series finale on Sunday, May 19. Scroll through to read the best celebrity reactions and beware of spoilers ahead!
Sofia Vergara hosted a GoT themed party for the show's last hurrah and her friends even dressed up as some of the iconic characters!
The actress and her guests also enjoyed a gorgeous cake that resembled the famous iron throne made of swords.
Camila Cabello took to her Instagram story before the finale to post a video of her pouring a glass of red wine. "In the Game of Thrones, you win or you die," she wrote.
Robin Thicke's baby mama April Love Geary also didn't watch the finale right away but ended up finding out the ending anyway. "Just had the GoT series finale spoiled so now I know the ending and I haven't even watch it!!! Dope!!!!!!!!!!" she wrote on Instagram.
In an attempt to help those out who were afraid of getting the ending of the show spoiled, actor Dane Cook gave some advice on Twitter. "Get the f**k off Twitter, it’s a minefield of spoilers forever," he wrote.
Pretty Little Liars alum Brant Daugherty didn't hold back after watching the episode. "It’s almost remarkable how much I hated it," he tweeted in his rant but later added, "I don’t dislike where the show ended up, to be fair. I just feel this was an anti-climactic and uninteresting way of getting there."
Kendra Wilkinson also took to social media to share her thoughts on the season finale. "Very politically correct ending. Was waiting for some twist but then again it’s like done done. Not mad at all lol," she tweeted.
"The part that angers me the most is that Jon Snow shouldn't get to pet Ghost after sending him away!" Blink 182 member Mark Hoppus tweeted of Jon Snow (Kit Harington) reuniting with his pet wolf.
Riverdale's Lili Reinhart posted a funny screenshot of a text exchange she had with her mother, who was asking if she was going to watch the GoT finale. The post shows her mother saying, "I may even watch tonight even though I don't understand what's going on." The blonde captioned the IG story, "The power of GoT."
Pedro Pascal, who played Oberyn Martell in season four, took to Twitter to shut down all the people hating on the ending. "Shut up, it was perfect.
#GameofThrones," he wrote.
Did you watch the series finale of 'Game of Thrones?' If so, let us know what you thought of the ending in the comments below!