Post the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine, health care workers and senior citizens began taking the vaccination against Coronavirus. A lot of Hollywood celebrities also got vaccinated in the last few weeks. Mariah Carey, Hugh Jackman, Britney Spears, Naomi Watts were among those who shared social media posts, sharing with fans that they got vaccinated. Now, singer Joe Jonas and Game of Thrones actor Sophie Turner have joined the list of celebrities who got their first jab of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Joe Jonas took to his social media account to share a selfie of him and his ladylove Sophie Turner flaunting their red bandages after receiving the shot of the COVID-19 vaccine. The mirror selfie shows Joe and Sophie flexing their biceps in their bathroom. Joe can be seen in a black t-shirt, while Sophie Turner has a white Hannah Montana t-shirt on. They proudly flaunted the bandages, and Joe Jonas penned a witty caption that read, “Let’s (NOT) Get It!”
Taylor Swift fans were quick to flood the comment section of Joe Jonas’ post with ‘Mr Perfectly Fine’ jokes. While one fan wrote, “So you’re saying you just want to be perfectly fine,” another one wrote, “How are you feeling? Perfectly fine?”
For the unversed, the fans were referencing Taylor Swift’s new song that is being speculated to be about Joe Jonas. Taylor and Joe dated years ago. Taylor Swift released her remastered versions of old songs, and after Mr Perfectly Fine’s release, Sophie Turner took to her Instagram story and shared the song by writing, “It’s not, not a bop.” Taylor responded to this by writing, “Forever bending the knee for the (crown emoji) of the north.” ALSO READ: GoT Star Sophie Turner Shares Endearing Throwback Pictures With Joe Jonas And Her Baby Bump; Feels She Needed Some Content On Her Page – See Pics
Image Source: Instagram/Joe Jonas
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