Sophie Turner Makes Bold Declaration About Taylor Swift After Joe Jonas Divorce

Sophie Turner; Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift is definitely not the "Anti-Hero" in Sophie Turner's story.

The actress actually called Swift her "hero" in a recent interview with British Vogue, where she opened up about the fallout of her divorce from Joe Jonas.

After four years of marriage, the Jonas Brothers crooner filed to divorce Turner in September 2023. Shortly after, the exes became embroiled in a back-and-forth custody battle about the parenting plan for their two young daughters, Willa and Delphine.

After returning from filming in the U.K. last September, Turner found herself in New York without a place to stay—and it was Swift, 34, who came to her rescue by offering up her place up for free.

"Taylor was an absolute hero to me this year," Turner, 28, told the outlet in the new interview published Wednesday, May 15. "I've never been more grateful to anyone than I am for her."

The Game of Thrones alum further gushed, "She took my children and me, and provided us with a home and a safe space," before adding, "She really has a heart of gold."

Turner and Swift were later spotted enjoying some girls' nights out in New York City last fall after Turner split from Jonas, who Swift knows all too well from her own brief relationship with the "Sucker" singer.

Swift and Jonas dated in 2008 when they were both teenagers, though they didn't end on the best of terms as the "Fortnight songstress would later reveal on the Ellen show that Jonas broke up with her over the phone in less than 30 seconds.

The breakup ended up inspiring Swift's song "Forever & Always," and Jonas even seemed to be the center of the vault track "Mr. Perfectly Fine," which she released with the re-recording of her Fearless (Taylor's Version) album in 2021.

Turner, who was still married to Jonas at the time of "Mr. Perfectly Fine"'s release admitted that Swift's new (but old) diss track about Jonas was "not NOT a bop," though we didn't know just how much she would come to mean that statement years later.

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