Sophie Turner shared her thoughts on Taylor Swift’s newly released song “Mr. Perfectly Fine,” which the singer wrote in 2008, the same year she dated Joe Jonas. “It’s not NOT a bop,” the 25-year-old actress, who married Jonas in May 2019, wrote on her Instagram Story Wednesday alongside a clip of the track’s lyric video.
Taylor Swift, 31, quickly took notice of Sophie Turner’s compliment, which she re-posted to her own account moments later. “Forever bending the knee for the [Queen] of the North,” she added, referencing a nickname for the Emmy nominee’s “Game of Thrones” character, Sansa Stark.
Sophie Turner’s reaction was surprisingly tame considering so many fans speculated that Taylor Swift’s harsh lyrics were about Joe Jonas, 31, that his name trended on Twitter for several hours Wednesday morning.
While the Grammy winner did not confirm that Joe Jonas was her mystery muse, she did suggest on Twitter that “Mr. Perfectly Fine” is based on a true story unlike the “songs based in fiction to avoid drama” on her 2020 albums, “Folklore” and “Evermore.”
Taylor Swift and the Jonas Brother member reportedly dated from July to October 2008. After their breakup, she claimed on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” that he had dumped her during a 27-second phone call.
These days, things seem solid between the exes. In her “Folklore” song “Invisible String,” Taylor Swift hinted that she sent a baby present to Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner’s daughter, Willa, who was born in July 2020. The “Lover” singer, for her part, has been dating Joe Alwyn since 2017.