As well as re-recording her back catalogue of music in response to the Scooter Braun debacle, Taylor Swift has been treating fans to unreleased songs from her archive, 'The Vault'.
Yesterday [7 April], she dropped a song recorded in 2008 called 'Mr. Perfectly Fine', and fans were quick to speculate that it was about Joe Jonas, who inspired a few songs back then.
The pair dated from July 2008 to October 2008, with reports at the time claiming Joe broke up with her over the phone - which might be why fans think this song is about him. Lyrics include: "Good-bye Mr. casually cruel / Mr. everything revolves around you / I’ve been Miss misery for the last time / And you’re Mr. perfectly fine."
Unsurprisingly, the internet was all over the late 2000s drama making a comeback. One fan tweeted, "Feeling blessed and grateful to get to relive the 2008 Taylor Swift/Joe Jonas drama in 2021" while another added, "Taylor Swift woke up this morning and decided that Joe Jonas is gonna have a bad day."
Hilariously, someone else who was kind of loving the drama was Joe's wife Sophie Turner, who took to Instagram Stories to address the new song. Along with a screengrab of Taylor Swift's Spotify, the Game Of Thrones actress wrote, "It's not NOT a bop."
Taylor then regrammed the Story and added, "Forever bending the knee for the queen of the north."
This is kind of hilarious. Yes for exes and exes' new partners being friends!
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