The first anniversary of Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner’s Las Vegas wedding is fast approaching, and the singer recently dished on his idea for the celebration. Since the couple is self-isolating during the COVID-19 pandemic, Jonas says that he is considering recreating Sin City at home.
During an appearance on The Late Late Show earlier this week, Jonas told James Corden that he and Turner would have probably gone back to Las Vegas to celebrate their first anniversary if there wasn’t a lockdown. But now, his back-up plan is to recreate the Nevada city inside their home since they can’t go out and celebrate.
“I think we would have gone back to Vegas,” said Jonas. “So, if you can keep a secret, I would say I might try to recreate Vegas in our house — I have a DJ setup; we could do a nightclub.”
Corden added his own suggestion, saying that Jonas could have the Elvis impersonator from their wedding join in the celebration via Zoom. The singer considered the idea, joking that if he does that he would make sure Elvis signed an NDA this time around.
Jonas and Turner tied the knot in a surprise wedding on May 1, 2019, after the Jonas brothers performed at the Billboard Music Awards. Joe’s brothers Nick and Kevin were his groomsmen during the ceremony, and Turner wore a bridal jumpsuit for the occasion.
Celebrity guests in attendance included Khalid, Dan + Shay, and Diplo, and it was actually Diplo who posted images from the ceremony on his Instagram Story and let the secret out that Joe and Sophie had officially become husband and wife.
Almost two months later – on June 29, 2019 – Jonas and Turner had a large, second wedding in front of family and friends (including her maid of honor and Game of Thrones co-star Maisie Williams) at a chateau in France. According to People magazine, the couple had always planned to have a large, traditional wedding in Europe, but the quickie ceremony in Las Vegas was necessary to make the marriage legal.
While speaking with Corden, Joe Jonas admitted that from the beginning of their relationship, he and Sophie Turner have been “that nauseating couple” who celebrate every milestone.
“We used to be the couple that every few days we would celebrate,” he said. “So it’d be like, we’ve been dating for a week, we’d have a party or we’d have a big dinner, or like, it’s been a month … and we were that nauseating couple. Now, I think we’ve chilled out quite a bit.”