Did Sophie Turner really ignore Joe Jonas during the "Game of Thrones" premiere party earlier this month? One of this week's tabloids claims the actress snubbed her fiance at the event to spend time with her co-stars instead. Gossip Cop can debunk the story.
According to OK!, Turner "ditched" Jonas immediately after the two walked the red carpet together at the New York City premiere of the final season of "Game of Thrones." A supposed source tells the outlet, "Joe's still annoyed about it. She posed with him when the cameras were there and then pretty much ran off to gossip with her castmates, leaving him awkwardly by himself."
The alleged insider goes on to say that the singer understood it was the cast's last premiere together, but "he wasn't happy with the fact that he seemed to be an afterthought." The seemingly phony source adds, "The 'Game of Thrones' crew can be very cliquey, and Sophie could've been more considerate of his feelings."
The tabloid's story is completely made-up. For starters, photos taken from inside the afterparty show Turner and Jonas sitting at a table together. Also during the event, the actress and her fiance posed for a photo with her co-stars Kit Harington and Jack Gleeson. Not only is it clear that Turner and Jonas were by each other's side during the afterparty, but the singer also mingled with his fiancee's colleagues. Dozens of photographers covered the bash, and there's not a single image showing Jonas "awkwardly by himself."
Additionally, Jonas and Turner went on a romantic getaway to Mexico following the "Game of Thrones" premiere. E! News, a much more reliable source for celebrity news than OK!, noted that the happy couple strolled on the beach holding hands and cuddled by the pool during their trip. Their relationship is clearly going strong and no drama occurred at the afterparty for the actress's HBO series.
It's worth noting, OK! has already proven to have zero insight into the singer and the actress's romance. Last September, Gossip Cop busted the outlet for wrongly reporting that Jonas and Turner were expecting a baby together. As time has proven, the "Game of Thrones" wasn't pregnant last year and still isn't carrying a child.
The tabloid is seemingly trying to capitalize on the popularity of "Game of Thrones," as well as the public's interest in Jonas and Turner's romance, by coming up with a false premise combining both. The only thing that should be "ignored" is the magazine's bogus article.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.