Pitt was ready to cough up six figures to watch an episode of the epic HBO series with Clarke. Hosted by Penn, CAA's Bryan Lourd and Sean and Alexandra Parker, the charity gala had already collected more than $3 million mid-way through the event, Variety reported. Kit Harrington was also in attendance.
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The bidding started - as Emilia watched - at a modest $20k but quickly soared at the hands of Brad to $80k. "Is the King of the North here?", the auctioneer inquired, before someone at his table announced where he had gone.
The Game of Thrones star looked glum as he hit the red carpet hours after The Sun Online revealed pictures of his boozy bust-up in the Big Apple. Pitt bid $80,000 and then outbid himself and offered $90,000. [Pitt] later offered $120,000 and raised his arms in excitement, but was out at $150,000. However, Pitt's bid proved to be unsuccessful after an unidentified individual outbid him to claim the prize for $160,000.
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However, Pitt did not go home empty-handed. Other times up for bid included a painting by abstract artist Josh Smith, which ended up being won by both Leonardo DiCaprio and Emilia Clarke. He bid $40,000, and won an National Basketball Association weekend experience with the San Antonio Spurs including tickets to a game, a ride on the team's plane and VIP seats to the team's practice and game in Texas.
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