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You Won’t Be Perfectly Fine After Hearing Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas Discuss His Ex Taylor Swift’s Music

Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas played a game on TikTok where they named their favorite Taylor Swift albums.



After seeing this video of Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner praising Taylor Swift’s music, you won’t be able to sit still for a minute.

The husband of the Game of Thrones star is a known Swift fan and has been speculated to be the inspiration for the song “Mr. Perfectly Fine,” which can be found in the Fearless (Taylor’s Version) vault. Joe and Sophie talked about the Grammy-winning musician’s work during a TikTok live, with one of them gushing about how they inspired an album (spoiler alert: it wasn’t Joe).

The pair, who just had their second kid together, was responding to queries from fans when one of them asked which Taylor Swift album they liked most. Sophie’s conclusion didn’t require much thought “Which Taylor Swift record do you love the most and why? The year 1989 triumphs easily. The best there is.”

Even though 1989 is Sophie’s favorite album, she felt compelled to mention that the inspiration for the follow-up came from the roles she and Maisie Williams performed on Game of Thrones. She then turned to Joe and asked, “Did you know that?” before explaining that “although,” Reputation was inspired by, or partly inspired by, Sansa and Arya Stark.

The Rekindled Love of Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas

“The Jonas Brothers member seemed to confirm his own personal favorite album by responding, “And 1989 is a terrific album.” Killer, killer!”

A literal favorite record of mine, Sophie remarked.

Sophie demonstrated her support for Taylor in a public way back in April, when she released “Mr. Perfectly Fine,” one of six previously unreleased tracks from her album Fearless (Taylor’s Version).

Sophie posted a clip of the song on her Instagram Story with the caption, “It’s not NOT a bop.”

Taylor obviously values their friendship, as she shared the actress’s Instagram image on her own account with the caption “forever bending the knee for the [queen] of the north.”