Joe Jonas bopping to Taylor Swift’s first performance of ME! is one of the coolest things ever

Swift brought her kittens along to her performance

by Asfa Shakeel

Joe Jonas bopping to Taylor Swift’s first performance of ME! is one of the coolest things ever. Swift brought her kittens along to her performance.

Joe Jonas bopping to Taylor Swift's

(Image source: Instagram/ Taylor Swift)

Swift opened the 2019 Billboard Music Awards with an amazing performance of ME! alongside Panic! At the Disco‘s Brendon Urie. The colorful and energetic performance brought the audience to their feet as they clapped. The also sang along to the catchy tune.

Joe Jonas bopping to Taylor Swift's

(Image source: Instagram/ Taylor Swift)

One Twitter user captured the fact that Joe Jonas, who was in the audience with his brothers and Sophie Turner, clapping and dancing along to Swift’s performance. The user captioned the photo, “Ok @joejonas is bopping to @taylorswift13’s opening #BBMAs. It seems that Sophie actually likes the song.”

Swift also shared a sweet moment before her performance, where she was with Paula Abdul and her two cats Olivia and Meredith. Swift captioned the photo, “I’m trying to give them a normal upbringing but when the little ones and I ran into the flawless @paulaabdul on the way to red carpet we STRAIGHT UP had to get a pic.”

Joe Jonas bopping to Taylor Swift's

(Image source: Instagram/ Taylor Swift)

Swift recently shared the meaning behind her new single to Ryan Seacrest, saying, “This song is such a celebration and it’s so playful. What I wanted was to make people happy about themselves because I think right now everyone literally is so neurotic and insecure and anxious about things, you know? I think there should be like a way for us to have a song stuck in our heads that reinforces the fact that we’re individuals, we’re different and obviously there are a lot of songs about ‘I’m special,’ but I hadn’t heard one recently that was about I’m special because of who I am.”

Joe Jonas bopping to Taylor Swift's

(Image source: Instagram/ Taylor Swift)

Her new song broke YouTube records and amassed 65.2 million views in just a short while, allowing Swift to become the all-time leading female and solo 24-hour debut for the streaming platform.

Joe Jonas bopping to Taylor Swift's

(Image source: Instagram/ Taylor Swift)

Swift and Urie are also scheduled to perform at iHeartRadio’s Wango Tango on June 1 in Southern California.



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