Turner joined Conan O’Brien on his late night show (virtually, natch) and let the world in on what life is like at the Turner-Jonas household. Turner, for one, is “kind of loving” being at home all day. “I’m an introvert, I’m a homebody,” she said. “If I could stay at home all day I would, so this is great for me. I leave my house like once a day to walk my dogs, and then that’s it.”
While she realizes it might be harder for some people to practice social distancing she said, “All you have to do is stay at home and get drunk at home.” When O’Brien replied that he hadn’t heard Dr. Anthony Fauci recommend that path during his press briefings, Turner joked, “Yeah, but you know he’s thinking it. You know he’s doing the same thing.”
She also showed off her sweatpants, paired with a lovely green sweater—a stark change from how stars usually dress for their talk show appearances. “I’m business on top, party on the bottom,” she said.
But what really sounds fun is the club Turner and Jonas seem to be running from their home. Turner says her husband has taken up performing DJ sets filled with 80s music, and she serves as the bartender. “He’s started doing that really, really loudly when I’m trying to read my scripts. He’s DJing at home,” Turner said. “But it’s fun! I pour him his drinks. I pour him his alcohol. I give him tequila shots. He’ll text me and be like, ‘What time is it?’ I’ll reply from the kitchen, ‘Shot time,’ and bring him a shot of tequila.”
“There’s no rules in quarantine,” she added. “It’s fun.”
We love the sound of that motto, as long as it’s all going down in a socially distanced and safe way.
Watch Sophie Turner’s full interview, above.