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Sabrina Carpenter Hopes To Cast Harry Styles In Alice In Wonderland Musical

After his stint of acting roles, Sabrina Carpenter is wishful that she will star opposite Harry Styles in her upcoming musical adaptation of Alice in Wonderland.

Harry Styles has just wrapped on his thriller Don’t Worry Darling, starring opposite the likes of Chris Pine and Academy Award-nominated Florence Pugh.

Now, the ‘Golden’ singer must have his eyes set on another huge movie; and if Sabrina Carpenter has anything to do with it, she’d like him to appear in a movie with her.

Sabrina Carpenter joined Capital Breakfast with Roman Kemp

Speaking to Capital Breakfast with Roman Kemp, the ‘Skin’ singer said that she’d love both Harry Styles and Childish Gambino, who’s also known as Donald Glover, to appear in her upcoming Netflix musical adaptation of Alice in Wonderland, simply called Alice.

The film – in which Sabrina will not only star, but produce as well – will be a modern reimagining of Alice in Wonderland, set at a music festival, so both Harry Styles and Childish Gambino would be suitable fits to headline stages.

Sabrina will star as the titular Alice, but there are no other cast details or release date information as of yet.

In October, 2020, Sabrina Carpenter confirmed the news, taking to both Twitter and Instagram, writing “we’re going to wonderland !!!!”

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Joshua Bassett Revealed Why He Cut Sabrina Carpenter Duet From His EP

There’s another chapter in the continuing saga of Joshua Bassett, Sabrina Carpenter, and Olivia Rodrigo‘s smash hit,“Drivers License.” As Joshua prepares to further his own musical career, releasing his debut EP in March, he’s announced that a planned duet featuring Sabrina will no longer appear on the album.

Joshua attributes the “mutual decision” to the continued scrutiny surrounding a reported relationship with Sabrina. “I didn’t want my EP to be overshadowed by some other narrative that people were trying to make,” he told Billboard. “I really want the focus to be on the art instead of some of the talk and the chatter. You shouldn’t live to please everybody, but at the same time, there are ways to be sensitive to situations where maybe [‘We Both Know’] has a better chance at a different time.”

Although he doesn’t directly specify which narrative he’s referring to in the interview, the announcement was made as fans continue to theorize Joshua and Sabrina’s place in Olivia’s “Drivers License.” In his Billboard interview, Joshua notes that he thinks “people are trying to find deeper meanings” to many of Olivia’s lyrics.

Since its release, “Drivers License” has weathered its share of social media speculation, as some believe that Olivia and Joshua were previously together. The two reportedly split, and then when Joshua was spotted with Olivia, some theorized that the pair were now dating, and that Olivia referenced the relationship in “Drivers License.”

Olivia has yet to confirm anything regarding the single’s subject matter, telling Billboard, “It’s resonating with people because of how emotional it is, and I think everything else is not important.”

Joshua didn’t confirm whether the duet with Sabrina would ever be released, but he’s excited for the EP to officially arrive on March 12. “It’s the most proud I’ve ever been of a body of work. I showed myself that I can really do more than what I thought. It’s got me all over it — people will be able to feel that when they listen to it,” he said.



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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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