Add “Jon Snow Impersonator” to the resumé of Sophie Turner. The 20-year-old actress channeled her inner Jon Snow as she recited Adele’s mega hit “Hello” in a fun skit with Net-a-Porter.com

In the video, Turner, who plays Sansa Stark in Game of Thrones, was challenged to impersonate her on-screen half-brother Jon Snow, played by Kit Harrington.

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“I do a pretty mean Jon Snow impression,” Turner confidently said.

To give justice to her best Lord Commander performance, Sophie Turner even wore Jon Snow’s signature black coat.  Indeed, Turner did give a “mean” impersonation as she coursed through the first stanza of “Hello” and adlibbed “I ravened you a thousand times” in place of “I must have called a thousand times,” giving the song an authentic Game of Thrones twist.

As if her Jon Snow bit wasn’t enough, Sophie Turner presented her best impressions of Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine and James McAvoy’s Professor X, both of whom star opposite her in “X-Men: Apocalypse.”

Turner plays the young Jean Grey in the upcoming “X-Men” installment. The movie will hit theatres in Australia on May 26.

In the accompanying interview with Net-A-Porter, Sophie Turner discussed her role as Sansa Stark, whom she called her “best friend” and “other half.” She also spilled some major beans about Game of Thrones Season 6. She hinted that while Sansa suffered through the previous season, Season 6 will show a Sansa that’s gaining momentum for her revenge.

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Sophie Turner’s impressive Jon Snow impersonation brings back question about his fate in Game of Thrones Season 6. In an interview with the Daily Mail, Turner remained tight-lipped about the topic.

“For now, he’s dead. Who knows about the future,” she said.

This season’s description made it fairly clear that Jon Snow is dead. However, fans are not convinced and are determined that the Lord Commander will return in full force one form or another.

Game of Thrones Season 6 will premiere in HBO on April 26.