Kristin Chenoweth just proved how much of a “Game of Thrones” fan she really is.

While appearing on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on Wednesday night, the “Descendants” actress held high a sword supposedly made of Valerian steel while she performed an operatic rendition of the much-loved theme song with the opening credits sequence playing in the background.

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Chenoweth previously delighted “GoT” fans in June when she gave the same vocal performance while warming up on her U.S. tour. The video, which totally wowed viewers, was later shared to her Facebook page.

While she may be a well-known actress, Chenoweth also has her roots deep in Broadway, making her debut in “Steel Pier” and winning a Tony award for her role in “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown”. She has also earned Tony nominations for creating the role of Glinda in “Wicked” and performing in “On The Twentieth Century”.