Sophie Turner responds to new Taylor Swift song reportedly written about her hubby Joe Jonas

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Sophie Turner has praised Taylor Swift's new track which is rumored to be about her husband Joe Jonas, who happens to be Swift's ex.

On Wednesday (April 7), Swift brought out Mr Perfectly Fine, an unreleased song from over a decade ago. The track will appear on her upcoming rerecorded album Fearless (Taylor’s Version).

As the song was written all the way back in 2008, the same year she dated Joe Jonas, fans have speculated (and her eagle-eyed fans are usually correct) that the new release is about her former flame.

Take a listen of the song here:

Despite any potential awkwardness, Turner had zero qualms about sharing a clip of the song's lyric video on her Instagram video on the day of its release. As for the song itself, the Game of Thrones actor wrote: "It's not NOT a bop".

The compliment certainly didn't escape the Blank Space singer's notice, who reposted Turner's response to her own Instagram Story.

"Forever bending the knee for the [Queen] of the North," the 31-year-old wrote in reference to Turner's GoT character.

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As for the famous songwriter's lyrics to Mr Perfectly Fine, they include: "Hello, Mr. Perfectly Fine / How’s your heart after breaking mine? / Mr. Always at the Right Place at the Right Time, baby / Hello, Mr. Casually Cruel / Mr. Everything Revolves Around You / I’ve been Miss Misery since your goodbye / And you’re Mr. Perfectly Fine."

Swift, as per usual, neither confirmed nor denied whether the assumptions about the muse behind her song were correct. However, she did indicate on Twitter that the song is based on real life – unlike her tracks from her 2020 albums Folklore and Evermore.

Swift and Jonas are believed to have dated from July to October 2008. Following their split, she shared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show that he broke up with her during a 27-second phone call.

Jonas later told his fans on Myspace that Swift was actually the one who hung up on him. "Phone calls can only last as long as the person on the other end of the line is willing to talk," he wrote at the time.

In a 2019 appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Swift admitted that she regretted publically shaming Jonas when she was 18.

Featured image credit: Paul Smith / Alamy Stock Photo

Sophie Turner responds to new Taylor Swift song reportedly written about her hubby Joe Jonas

vt-author-image

By VT

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Sophie Turner has praised Taylor Swift's new track which is rumored to be about her husband Joe Jonas, who happens to be Swift's ex.

On Wednesday (April 7), Swift brought out Mr Perfectly Fine, an unreleased song from over a decade ago. The track will appear on her upcoming rerecorded album Fearless (Taylor’s Version).

As the song was written all the way back in 2008, the same year she dated Joe Jonas, fans have speculated (and her eagle-eyed fans are usually correct) that the new release is about her former flame.

Take a listen of the song here:

Despite any potential awkwardness, Turner had zero qualms about sharing a clip of the song's lyric video on her Instagram video on the day of its release. As for the song itself, the Game of Thrones actor wrote: "It's not NOT a bop".

The compliment certainly didn't escape the Blank Space singer's notice, who reposted Turner's response to her own Instagram Story.

"Forever bending the knee for the [Queen] of the North," the 31-year-old wrote in reference to Turner's GoT character.

size-full wp-image-1263101748
Credit: Instagram

As for the famous songwriter's lyrics to Mr Perfectly Fine, they include: "Hello, Mr. Perfectly Fine / How’s your heart after breaking mine? / Mr. Always at the Right Place at the Right Time, baby / Hello, Mr. Casually Cruel / Mr. Everything Revolves Around You / I’ve been Miss Misery since your goodbye / And you’re Mr. Perfectly Fine."

Swift, as per usual, neither confirmed nor denied whether the assumptions about the muse behind her song were correct. However, she did indicate on Twitter that the song is based on real life – unlike her tracks from her 2020 albums Folklore and Evermore.

Swift and Jonas are believed to have dated from July to October 2008. Following their split, she shared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show that he broke up with her during a 27-second phone call.

Jonas later told his fans on Myspace that Swift was actually the one who hung up on him. "Phone calls can only last as long as the person on the other end of the line is willing to talk," he wrote at the time.

In a 2019 appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Swift admitted that she regretted publically shaming Jonas when she was 18.

Featured image credit: Paul Smith / Alamy Stock Photo