Sophie Turner Said Joe Jonas Is Her "Favorite Piece of Visual Art" in an Instagram Q&A

Sophie Turner answered questions from fans on her Instagram story while self-isolating, and said husband Joe Jonas was her favorite work of art.

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  • Sophie Turner answered questions from fans on her Instagram story, while self-isolating amid the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Asked, "What is your favorite piece of visual art?" she responded, "@joejonas."
  • Turner also revealed a Game of Thrones ending she would have liked (hint: Dany and Sansa team up). 

Like the rest of us, Sophie Turner is already pretty bored of self-isolating; unlike the rest of us, Turner has an Instagram audience of 15 million to occupy her, and she made full use of that audience by engaging in an Instagram story Q&A. And said Q&A involved an extremely sweet moment! A fan asked Turner, "What is your favorite piece of visual art?" and Turner's response was positively adorable. "@joejonas," she replied, and even my cold and bitter heart needed a moment to recover from that.

Turner shared her favorite TV shows: "Barry/killing eve/loving hunters right now too/game of thrones is also littyyyyyyyyy" (I counted those y's, and yes, there are nine.) And she agreed with an alternate Game of Thrones ending suggested by a fan, too. Asked, "Do you wish Dany & Sansa would've been a bad bitch power duo?" Turner responded, "That would've been awesome."

What else did we learn about Turner from the impromptu Q&A? Well, she'd love to work with directors Wes Anderson, Taika Waititi, and Martin Scorsese. Her favorite Jonas Brothers songs are "Fly With Me" and "Hesitate." She's a self-declared stan of writer Jon Ronson, and is currently reading Kevin Wilson's Nothing to See Here. And, most importantly, her favorite (British) cookie? The mighty Bourbon biscuit, of course. 

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Emily Dixon is a British journalist who’s contributed to CNN, Teen Vogue, Time, Glamour, The Guardian, Wonderland, The Big Roundtable, Bust, and more, on everything from mental health to fashion to political activism to feminist zine collectives. She’s also a committed Beyoncé, Kacey Musgraves, and Tracee Ellis Ross fan, an enthusiastic but terrible ballet dancer, and a proud Geordie lass.