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Sophie Turner has established herself as the type of gal you definitely do not want to mess with. Game of Thrones fans know her as the Queen in the North, and Jonas Brothers fans know her as the woman who married the middle Jonas (a.k.a. Joe) in a kitschy, last-minute Las Vegas wedding.

She's also starring in the new X-Men movie, X-Men: Dark Phoenix, as the titular character. The film hits theaters this weekend, but in the meantime, the cast is currently doing all the typical press rounds. 

And in a recent group interview on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Turner's costar Jennifer Lawrence revealed a behind-the-scenes factoid about the actress that is both hilarious and inspiring at the same time. Hint: It has something to do with a little piece of plastic that goes wherever Turner goes.

Sophie Turner has had a pretty big year so far, and it's only June!

She had a very major character development on Game of Thrones, where she ascended to become Queen in the North. Sansa Stark may have had her share of controversial moments throughout the wildly popular series, but overall Turner said the character's arc was all about resilience and bravery. 

In an interview with the New York Times, she revealed she was disappointed with fans' negative reactions to the final season and the pushback the series received after it wrapped.

And she got married in the most fun, spontaneous way possible.

Turner and Jonas had a Vegas wedding complete with an Elvis impersonator following the Jonas Brothers' performance at last month's Billboard Music Awards. Diplo broke the news on his Instagram story by posting pictures of the wedding chapel and of Turner walking down the aisle in her veil, which, for the record, may not have been totally cool with the newlyweds. Oops.

Plus, she's currently starring in the new film X-Men: Dark Phoenix.

The story follows one of the X-men's most beloved characters, Jean Grey, as she evolves into the Dark Phoenix. It all goes down when Jean is hit by a cosmic force during a life-threatening rescue mission in space. She then becomes one of the most powerful mutants of all time, eventually spiraling out of control due to all her newfound power. Now that sounds like it'll be one intense moviegoing experience.

One of her costars, Jennifer Lawrence, recently revealed an ~interesting fact~ about Turner.

The Dark Phoenix crew made an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live, revealing some tidbits about what it's like working together. Lawrence, in particular, said that Turner has a certain, um, trick for being able to cry on cue. She described a particular scene that moved her. 

“I teared up a little bit watching Sophie in that scene,” Lawrence told Kimmel. “It was so honest and real, and it’s because she really was crying because her dialect coach, right before the take, took her Juul away." 

That's right: Turner loves her Juul so much that she literally shed tears when it was taken away.

"She started genuinely tearing up," Lawrence said. "It was like the performance of the year. It was amazing."

Turner confirmed that all of this was totally true. "It is. It’s how to act. You take it away, and then you give it back, and that’s happy and sad." 

You don't have to look too far to see evidence of just how important Turner's Juul is to her.

Here she is, hanging with one of her former Game of Thrones costars, Jack Gleeson, as her hubby Joe Jonas stands by somewhat, well, awkwardly. It appears like the whole thing is in good fun, but oh, wait a second, what's that in Turner's left hand? Take a closer look, and you'll see that it is none other than her beloved Juul.

In conclusion, the only thing Turner loves more than her Juul is her husband. I mean, probably.

So while she's an all-around icon, she has a weak spot just like the rest of us mere mortals. And it turns out that her weak spot is presented in the form of a cloud of strawberry-flavored vape smoke. Or maybe it's pineapple? We're not sure about which exact flavors Turner prefers, but one thing is for sure: Her Juul is the source of all her power.