Taylor Swift Is a Real Girl: Singer’s Statement on ‘Summer of Sabrina’ Carpenter Gets Respect

Taylor Swift has called this “The Summer of Sabrina” Carpenter, proving that she’s truly a girl’s girl, regardless of whether or not there are other female artists who have captured the hearts of as many people as she has.

The 25-year-old singer-songwriter has had two Billboard Top 10 hits, including a chart-topping hit, and has sold out her Short n’ Sweet tour.

A post shared by instagram

In an Instagram post to celebrate the achievements, Sabrina expressed her gratitude: “And just like that, you guys sold out the entire short and sweet tour, Espresso hit #1 on pop radio, and I scrolled down this page :’) thank you all so much!!! I can’t wait to see you on the road.”

Sabrina, 34, who recently starred in the Please Please Please video with boyfriend Barry Keoghan, shared the exciting news on Instagram, along with photos of herself wearing a stunning green dress with cutouts that highlighted her slim waist.

In response to Sabrina’s success, the “Fortnight” singer was quick to comment: “‘SUMMER OF SABRINA AND PRAY IT GOES ON FOREVER’, along with an angel emoji.”

SEE ALSO: Taylor Swift’s ‘Cassandra’ talks about ‘sad’ aftermath of fight with Kanye, Kim Kardashian? ‘Nobody apologized’

As of writing, Swift’s comment has received nearly 200,000 likes and sparked its own discussion about her work ethics.

“Mom has spoken,” one person wrote, while another chimed in, “‘GRANDMA, DID YOU JUST FINISH A SHOW?'”

Indeed, the LOML hitmaker just performed at the Johan Cruijff Arena in Amsterdam on July 4, as the commenter pointed out.

Swift, however, isn’t all that enamored with Carpenter. On the acting front, Mandy Moore, another beloved singer of her time and a respected actress today, said she could absolutely see the “Please Please Please” singer starring in a potential action film. confusion movie.

Mandy discussed her partnership with TJ Maxx in an interview with Elite Daily, where she shared her thoughts on a potential confusion remake and her choice for Sabrina as Rapunzel. Mandy originally voiced Rapunzel in the 2010 animated film.

“I could see her with 50 feet of hair or something,” Mandy commented. “She looks like a real-life Disney princess.”

Speaking about her role in the remake, Mandy imagines herself playing Rapunzel’s mother, envisioning a heartfelt mother-daughter duet with Sabrina.

“Let’s have a real mother-daughter duet, and have someone write an original song so we can talk about our differences and how hard it is to be a young person in this world,” Mandy explains.

Both Mandy and Sabrina started their careers as Disney child stars.

Sabrina is best known for her roles in shows like “Girl Meets World” and “Sofia the First,” while Mandy’s early film credits include “The Princess Diaries,” alongside Anne Hathaway and Julie Andrews.

SEE MORE: Travis Kelce, Taylor Swift share sweet kiss as they leave Eras Tour Amsterdam together

© 2024 MusicTimes.com All rights reserved. No reproduction without permission.

Leave a Comment