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5 facts you need to know about it-girl and zoomer style icon Sabrina Carpenter

5 facts you need to know about it-girl and zoomer style icon Sabrina Carpenter
5 facts you need to know about it-girl and zoomer style icon Sabrina Carpenter

Sabrina Carpenter is the most talked-about singer, the star of Skims and Marc Jacobs campaigns, and the girl who went from episodic roles in Disney series to the go-to it-girl among zoomers. The single Espresso peaked at number four on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming Carpenter’s first top ten single on the chart. And at the beginning of June, Sabrina released her music video Please, Please, Please, starring her boyfriend Barry Keoghan, the star of “Saltebran” who is currently the most desirable man in Hollywood.

How did Sabrina Carpenter surpass Taylor Swift in terms of popularity and what do you need to know about her?


Fact No. 1. Sabrina Carpenter – Disney channel launch

Sabrina Carpenter. Photo: social networks

Disney shows in the 2000s gave us a lot of talent: Miley Cyrus, Selena Gomez, Zendaya, and later star Demi Lovato. After 10 years, their success was repeated by Sabrina Carpenter, an unknown girl from Pennsylvania who loved to sing since childhood. When she was 10 years old, she started recording covers of hit songs by Adele and Taylor Swift (her favorite artist, by the way) and posting them on YouTube. And in 2009, she was finally noticed and invited to the Miley Cyrus talent show (The Next Miley Cyrus Project), where she reached the finals and placed third. From that moment on, Sabrina began to receive episodic roles in Disney series, but her popularity came five years later.

In 2014, Disney released the sitcom “The Riley Stories”, in which Sabrina played the role of the main character’s best friend. This show launched his acting career and subsequent transition into the music industry. Sabrina was offered a contract to release five albums with Disney Hollywood Records, which once represented Miley Cyrus, Selena Gomez, Zendaya and Demi Lovato. Then the singer was not even 15 years old. However, she soon released her first single, Can’t Blame a Girl for Trying, followed by her first studio album, Eyes Wide Open.


Fact No. 2. He was in a love triangle with Olivia Rodrigo and Joshua Bassett

The singer found herself in the middle of a love triangle in 2021. Sabrina Carpenter and Olivia Rodrigo don’t have a boyfriend in common; From actor, musician and also Disney Joshua Bassett. Then Rodrigo brought out the song Driver License, in which he sang: “And you’re probably with that blonde girl who always made me doubt.” Fans of the singer immediately guessed who the “blonde” was and took issue with Carpenter. She was called a homewrecker and was threatened with death. However, she remained silent and therefore only fueled the rumors. Just a year later, Sabrina released a response song to Because I Liked a Boy, which included the lines: “Now I’m a homewrecker, I’m a bitch… All because I liked a boy” (“And now I’ve become a homewrecker, a whore… All because I love this man.”

Sabrina Carpenter. Photo: social networks
Sabrina Carpenter. Photo: social networks

But a few months later, Olivia Rodrigo said on Radio.com that her song couldn’t be about Sabrina, if only because they didn’t know each other. “I think we’ve met once or twice but I’ve never talked to him, so I don’t think I could write a meaningful or emotional song about someone I don’t know,” the singer explained. Did this reaction satisfy the fans? Of course not…


Fact No. 3: At odds with the Catholic Church

Sabrina Carpenter. Photo: social networks

Sabrina Carpenter has a real girl-next-door image. She avoids scandals, communicates with her fans-“Carpenters”, republishes them in her stories, does not talk about politics and does not make sharp statements in her interviews. However, a year ago she managed to quarrel with the Catholic community over the song Feather. The Diocese of Brooklyn said it was shocked by the “violent and sexually provocative” music video filmed at the Catholic Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary in New York. So much so that he demoted the priest who allowed this.

A still from the music video of the song Feather

The video, shot on Halloween, shows Carpenter dancing in a black lace dress and veil on a church altar surrounded by coffins. Sabrina’s reaction to the church drama was surprisingly challenging. In an interview with Variety, he said: “We had prior approval. And yes, Jesus was a “Carpenter” too.


Fact No. 4. Her popularity surpasses Taylor Swift’s

Sabrina Carpenter. Photo: social networks
Sabrina Carpenter. Photo: social networks

In 2009, 10-year-old Sabrina Carpenter tweeted: “I tried to enter a Taylor Swift karaoke contest to win tickets and a chance to meet her but they [организаторы] They said I had to be 13.” In early 2024, Taylor Swift personally introduced her as the “perfect Sabrina Carpenter” and invited her onstage to sing a duet with the piano during a concert in Sydney. “Singing White Horse, 9-year-old Sabrina never saw this coming wouldn’t have thought!” – Sabrina wrote on the banned social network, where she now has more than 36 million subscribers.

Carpenter opened for the majority of Swift’s The Era Tour, her most successful tour yet. And on April 30, Sabrina knocked her idol off the #1 spot on Spotify. Her single Espresso, which went viral on TikTok and everywhere else, surpassed Swift’s collaboration with longtime chart-topper Post Malone Fortnight.


Fact No: 5. Hollywood’s most handsome man caught up with Barry Keoghan

Please, Please, Please still from the video

After rumors of her relationship with Joshua Bassett, Sabrina put her personal life on pause, but everything changed when she appeared at the Grammy Awards with the sexiest Irishman in all of Hollywood, Barry Keoghan. The actor gained popularity after participating in the acclaimed satirical drama Saltburn, where he played one of the main roles. The movie became a phenomenon on social networks, just like Keoghan.

Sabrina Carpenter. Photo: social networks

Last week, Sabrina released a new single, Please, Please, Please, which features her boyfriend in the music video. The video is a continuation of the previous story – the Espresso video ends with the girl being handcuffed and taken away in the police car. The new video begins at the station, where the protagonist falls in love with a newly arrived prisoner (Barry Keoghan). “I was really lucky to have Barry Keoghan in the video because he is truly stunning on the big screen,” Carpenter said. You can’t argue with that.

Source: People Talk

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