Credit: Getty Images Photo: Emilia Clarke at the 2014 Screen Actors Guild Awards

Khaleesi Emilia Clarke may have found herself a new khal for the night in Jared Leto.

Jared seemed to literally get lost in the gorgeous Game of Thrones actress's eyes on the red carpet at last night’s 2014 Screen Actors Guild Awards.

E!'s Giuliana Rancic was their unexpected cupid. Emilia was finishing her interview with Giuliana — during which the star said she's never been blonde like her character in real life, except for a bad highlight experience at age 12 — and then Jared came over. According to Us Weekly, he gave Emilia a big hug and both performers had a mini mutual admiration society meeting.

Credit: Getty Images Photo: Jared and Constance Leto at the 2014 Screen Actors Guild Awards

"I haven't seen your show, but I know people are obsessed with it and say it's absolutely amazing," Jared told Emilia of GoT, which he should really be watching. The HBO show won a SAG Award last night for Outstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Comedy or Drama Series.

Emilia topped him, replying, "See, I know your band, and I've seen your movie." Nice! That movie is Dallas Buyers Club, and Jared ended up winning for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role. (Check out the full list of winners.)

When Emilia was ready to leave, Jared kept her close. "I haven't finished here. There's work yet to be done," he said, gazing his amazing peepers into her own. "Have you looked into her eyes? I mean, they're absolutely insane."

The man has swagger. Giuliana knew it was a moment worth exploiting, so she got the cameras to zoom in on Emilia's flace. "I'm blushing!" Em admitted.

She's the moon of his life! He's her sun and stars! They will birth the stallion that mounts the world! Or Jared is flirting with a different girl right now as we speak. Either way, we'd be on a high for a full month if Jordan Catalano looked into our eyes and declared them "absolutely insane." That's worth several awards circuit trophies and at least one throne.  

SourceUs Weekly