Jodie Turner-Smith Trolls Husband Joshua Jackson with ‘Dawson’s Creek’ Theme Song!

So open up your morning light, “Dawson’s Creek” fans!

Monday on Instagram Story, pregnant Jodie Turner-Smith shared a video of her and her husband Joshua Jackson shopping at a Home Depot.

However, the “Queen & Slim” star couldn’t help but giggle when the store began playing “I Don’t Want to Wait” by Paula Cole — the theme song from her man’s iconic teen drama!

“You couldn’t write this,” the actress wrote atop the video. “Felt ALL THE FEELS when I heard this song #PACEY4EVA.”

Jodie Turner-Smith and Joshua Jackson

From 1998 to 2003, Jackson played the character of “Pacey Witter,” starring alongside James Van Der Beek, Katie Holmes and Michelle Williams.

In March 2018, the cast — including Kerr Smith and Busy Phillips — reunited on the cover of Entertainment Weekly to celebrate the show’s 20th anniversary.

“[Executive producer] Kevin [Williamson] never insulted the audience and never insulted [the actors] by dumbing us down. I loved that part,” Jackson told the publication.

While speaking to W Magazine last month, Turner-Smith revealed Pacey was her first crush!

“It was Pacey from ‘Dawson’s Creek’!” she exclaimed. “I was a very young teenager.”

Joshua and Jodie married in December 2019 and are expecting their first child together.


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