Shouldn't "joué" be "jouée," as the subject is elle?
Isn't Joué a verb? Therefore it does not take a feminine form. Isn't it so?
Joué is a past participle, and past participles do take a feminine form, which is called "agreement." There are different types of agreement depending on the verb.
In this case, the only time joué requires agreement is when it's preceded by a direct object; for example, J'aime la musique que tu as jouée.
You can learn more about this here: Special cases when the past participle agrees (in number & gender) when used with 'avoir' in Le Passé Composé">Agreement with avoir verbs
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