Sophie Turner Had the Best Response to Taylor Swift's New Song About Joe Jonas

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Taylor Swift's newly released "from-the-vault" song is the step backwards we needed. "Mr. Perfectly Fine" is a jam and a half, even Sophie Turner agrees, despite throwing daggers at her husband Joe Jonas.
Sophie showed her appreciation for the song on Wednesday morning, not long after Taylor dropped it. "It's not a bop," she wrote in her Instagram Stories.
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The actress probably felt a little bad complimenting the song, considering that it is all about her daughter's husband and father. Taylor originally wrote "Mr. Perfectly Fine" in 2008, not long after Joe broke up with her. Because of this timing and the very sharp lyrics, the fans quickly assumed that the song was about Joe.
Of course, Taylor appreciated Sophie's compliment and she replied to her Instagram stories. "Bend the knee forever for the? Bend the North," she wrote, referring to Sophie's Game of Thrones character.
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Despite Taylor and Joe's rocky history, they seem to have made amends at some point in the past 13 years, and Taylor is now on good terms with the couple. According to her own song lyrics, she even sent them a baby present after their daughter was born. Of course, this could only make things more uncomfortable as Taylor has four more "from-the-vault" songs to go and Joe could definitely have inspired more of them.
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