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Sabrina Carpenter Explains *That* Blonde Lyric Reference In “Skin”

The love triangle that keeps on giving—that’s what I’m going to begin calling the continuous Sabrina Carpenter/Olivia Rodrigo/Joshua Bassett drama. There’s a new development because Sabrina recently addressed *that* lyric in “Skin.” Don’t act like you don’t know what I’m talking about. Olivia released her hit “Driver’s License” and Sabrina later released “Skin.” They both have a lyric that not-so-subtly references each other.

Olivia sings, “And you’re probably with that blonde girl / Who always made me doubt.”

Sabrina sings, “And you’re probably with that blonde girl / Who always made me doubt / She’s so much older than me”

Hmm… it doesn’t take a detective to realize that Olivia is singing about Sabrina and Sabrina is responding by calling out Olivia’s lyric. “I guess people care, and I was like curious as to why people cared,” Sabrina said on the Zach Sang Show. Let me point out that of course people care and Sabrina probably cares too since she put the blonde lyric in the song, but I digress.

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Sabrina Carpenter’s Got Her Very First Tattoo, And It’s A Reference To Her “Lucky” Life


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Sabrina Carpenter just crossed a huge first off her list. The actor-singer just got her first tattoo, which appears to be an expression of gratitude for how far she’s come. The ink can be seen in a photo Carpenter shared to Instagram on Dec. 17 that features the word “lucky” written in cursive on the back of her neck. “Baby’s first,” she captioned it. “Imma lucky girl.”

Carpenter made her acting debut on an episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit in 2011, but her breakout role was on Disney’s 2014 Boy Meets World spin-off, Girl Meets World, where she starred alongside Rowan Blanchard as Maya Hart. Following the show’s end, she segued into a pretty successful music career before making her debut on Broadway earlier this year as Cady Heron in Mean Girls. Most recently, Carpenter landed on Forbes’s 30 Under 30 list, so it’s safe to say that her reference to her lucky life isn’t an exaggeration.

First tattoos can be a little nerve-wracking, but it looks like she was in good hands. The tattoo was drawn by celebrity tattoo artist Dr. Woo, who’s worked with everyone from Justin and Hailey Bieber to Drake to Kendall Jenner.


Sabrina Carpenter Finally Gets Her Driver’s License, Warns Other Drivers

Sabrina Carpenter is now a licensed driver!!

The 21-year-old actress and singer shared the exciting news on her Instagram.

“literally never thought this day would come but Sabrina got her license (yep even on Friday the 13th) so all of u that want to make it to 2021, stay off the roads,” she wrote.

“ps thank u to anyone who’s ever given me a ride <3 i don’t need u anymore,” Sabrina added. LOL!

The singer also just recently celebrated another exciting thing, her Singular Act 1 album just celebrated two years since it’s release.

“happy 2nd birthday singular act 1 ♡ u will always hold such a special place in my heart,” she wrote on Twitter.


Sabrina Carpenter To Produce, Star in ‘Alice In Wonderland’ Musical Reimagining For Netflix

The team behind ultra-popular Netflix dance movie Work It will re-team for a musical reimagining of popular storybook fantasy Alice in Wonderland.

Sabrina Carpenter will star in Alice and will also be producing under her newly launched At Last Productions banner. Carpenter previously served as an executive producer on Work It, but Alice will be the first project under the shingle.

The movie will be a contemporary take on the classic Lewis Carroll story. While details are being kept under wraps, the modern-day musical will be set against the backdrop of a music festival called “Wonderland.”

Ross Evans, who has original musical Catch the Moon set up with Dan Lin’s Rideback Pictures, will pen the original screenplay.

Along with Carpenter, Leslie Morgenstein and Elysa Dutton are producing for book-to-screen banner Alloy Entertainment. Alloy was behind Work It, and also works with the streamer on popular series You.

Carpenter, repped by Paradigm, Foundation Media and Goodman Genow, previously worked with the Netflix on family film Tall Girl, with her other feature credits including 20th Century Fox’s The Hate U Give. The multihyphenate, who recently made her Broadway debut in Tina Fey’s Mean Girls musical, will next be seen in Disney+ feature Clouds, due out this month.

Evans is repped by WME, Management 360 and Hirsch Wallerstein.

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Sabrina Carpenter Says It Would Be Fun To Be On This Reality Competition Show

Sabrina Carpenter wants to take on the ballroom!

The 21-year-old Work It star recently opened up about having an interest in competing on Dancing With The Stars.

“I’m like, preparing myself, because I got tendonitis from doing a two-month dance film, let alone a full dance show. I’d definitely think about it, because it’s always been something that I’ve looked at and been like, ‘God, that would be so fun. I could do some of the things,’” she told ET. “Then there’s other things where I’m like, ‘I don’t know if salsa and I go together,’ you know what I mean?”

Sabrina‘s Work It co-star Jordan Fisher has actually won the mirror ball trophy back in 2017 with partner Lindsay Arnold. Her other co-star Liza Koshy excitedly said “Yes!” to also wanting to be on the show.

In case you missed it, check out Sabrina‘s new song “Let Me Move You“, which is featured in Work It, and be sure to also watch the trailer!


Sabrina Carpenter Will Star in Fendi’s TikTok Launch This Weekend

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Fendi is the latest high fashion brand to venture into TikTok territory.The fashion house announced this week that it will launch its TikTok channel on Sunday, July 12, 2020, at 2 p.m. ET. The launch will feature appearances by former Disney Channel star Sabrina Carpenter, who will be the brand’s first ambassador on the app. The launch will commence with a five-part challenge centered around the “F is for…” Fendi campaign.

“Friends. Family. Freedom. Future. Fearless. These are the five core tenets by which Fendi stands and, across five challenges, we will see Sabrina embody these values as the first ambassador of the house’s new Tik Tok venture,” stated a press release sent out by Fendi.

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Sabrina Carpenter Reveals The Strange Item She Takes From Sets

Sabrina Carpenter is spilling some tea!

The 21-year-old actress and singer recently opened up about what she takes from movie and TV sets.

While most actors will take a random item that they were fond of, a t-shirt, or maybe even a full car (lookin’ at you Dylan O’Brien), the item Sabrina said she takes is definitely something new…

“I literally take — this is bad, I don’t want to have a reputation for this — but I take a bra from almost every set of every movie I work on because I’m really bad at finding bras for myself and our costume designers are really good at finding bras that I like,” Sabrina told Popsugar.

The last thing she took from a set “was probably the bra I took home from Clouds, which was the last movie I filmed,” she said. Find out more about Clouds, plus see the first look, here!

In case you missed it, be sure to check out Sabrina‘s new music video, “Perfect Song”, from the Quibi show Royalties!