Sophie Turner is out here trolling Joe Jonas for wearing jeans at home
Even though the circumstances surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic may be scary, Sophie Turner is loving quarantine life. She’s staying in, reading scripts, hanging out with her dog, and dressing as casually as she possibly can. During a guest spot on Conan O’Brien’s “at-home” version of his late-night show, Turner confessed that the quarantine has brought some concerning behavior to light regarding husband Joe Jonas‘s self-isolation dress code. The man wears jeans…while lounging at home. Huh?
“This is something that’s only come to my attention since this quarantine thing,” Turner told Conan, “but I saw [a meme where someone said] ‘if you’re wearing denim pants at home, what does that say about you?’ And Joe does that. Joe wears denim trousers at home.”
O’Brien confessed to Turner that he, too, has been wearing jeans during the quarantine, and is aware of how strange it is.
“Why do that to your groin?” Turner asked—a really solid point.
For her part, Turner made it clear that she’s been living in sweatpants, despite her “dressed-up” top for the interview. She proved it by raising her leg into the camera frame to show her pants.
“I’m business on top, party on the bottom,” she joked. “This is the most dressed up I’ve been in days!”
Even though Turner is psychoanalyzing Jonas for choosing to wear jeans when no one is going to see him, she said that quarantining with her new husband has been great so far.
“Everything seems to be working out in my favor here because Joe’s a real social butterfly, so I struggle to kind of lock him down and have him just spend time with me,” she told O’Brien.
“It’s like prison for him, but it’s great for me,” Turner joked.
Jonas’s “really, really loud” DJ set, which he broadcasts live on Instagram and Twitch, hasn’t even gotten on her nerves yet. In fact, Turner so far enjoys being on call to deliver her husband tequila shots while he does his DJ thing.
Turner also reminded everyone to practice social distancing for the sake of themselves and others. In fact, she said that she sees the at-home lifestyle as ideal.
“I see how people are finding it difficult, but I don’t understand how people are really struggling to practice social distancing,” Turner told O’Brien. “All you have to do is stay at home and get drunk at home. It’s great.”
If you haven’t done so already, trade in your jeans for sweatpants and get on Turner’s level.
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