Sophie Turner Spotted Vaping With a Juul

Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner was at a New York Rangers game a couple weeks ago when the Jumbotron focused in on her. Without skipping a beat, she chugged a glass of red wine for the camera and the crowd went crazy.

Sophie Turner holding a Juul

But more relevant to vape nerds like us, it turns out that she was also holding a Juul. Turner, who plays Sansa Stark, is another one of the many celebrities who have jumped on the vape bandwagon in the past few years.

Stars like Leonardo DiCaprio, Shia LaBeouf, Drake, and others have been spotted vaping in recent years. Juul is by far the most popular choice among these celeb vapers; most likely due to the trendy nature of the sleek, futuristic looking pod vapes.

Game of Thrones Season 8 is going to premiere on HBO on April 14, 2019. The premiere of the final season of the pop culture phenomenon is expected to be the TV event of the year. The highly anticipated finale is expected to wrap up all of the plot lines that have been developing over the past seven seasons. The final battle with the Army of the Dead is something that I’m definitely looking forward to?.

Update – Sophie Turner is vaping while dressed as Sansa Stark

Sophie Turner Juuling dressed as Sansa Stark on Game of Thrones set

While the world is trying to figure out how to process one of the worst-rated series finales in TV history (it’s currently rated lower than the series finale of Dexter on IMDB. Seriously, look it up), Sophie Turner shared an Instagram photo that shows her vaping off of a Juul while dressed in-character as Sansa Stark. In the photo she is seen taking a puff off her Juul while sitting next to a shade-wearing Arya and smiling Bran. 

Fortunately it looks like Turner managed to keep her Juul hidden during filming, unlike Samwell Tarly’s water bottle and that weird coffee cup.

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