Sabrina Carpenter: Celebs Rumors

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Bart Simpson voice actress Nancy Cartwright is Sabrina Carpenter’s aunt: ‘The rumors are true’

“The Simpsons,” confirmed that she’s Sabrina Carpenter’s aunt.The 66-year-old actress made a TikTok on Tuesday about her familial ties with Carpenter, 25.“Isn’t that amazing?” Cartwright said about their relation. “When you find out that somebody — maybe you’ve known me for a little while, doing this little 10-year-old boy for 35-some years, and some of you guys, for like way less than that — find out that I’m related to this superstar.
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Barry Keoghan posted Sabrina Carpenter song references on Twitter a decade ago
Barry Keoghan unknowingly posted the names of two Sabrina Carpenter tracks on Twitter 10 years before they were written.Eagle-eyed Keoghan fans went down the rabbit hole that is the actor’s social media accounts, and have discovered tweets referencing a couple of words and phrases that would eventually turn into some of Carpenter’s – the two of whom are now dating – biggest hits.On November 10, 2014, the actor posted on Twitter (now known as X): “This time last year I told you that I would be an Espresso Addict.” Fast forward nearly a decade, and Carpenter would release ‘Espresso’ in April 2024, which would go on to become a global hit.this time last year I told you I would that I would be an Espresso Addict.Show Martin @DavidMillarFilm @sbaigcasting pic.twitter.com/ZaMdzIL9lo— Barry Keoghan (@BarryKeoghan) November 10, 2014In July 2013, Barry tweeted: “Can someone Please please please lend me The Sporanos…”. On June 7 2024, Carpenter released the follow-up hit ‘Please Please Please’, which came with an accompanying video that starred Keoghan.Can someone Please please Please lend me The Sopranos..— Barry Keoghan (@BarryKeoghan) July 16, 2013Carpenter is set to release her sixth album ‘Short N Sweet’ on August 23 via Island Records.In other Sabrina Carpenter news, the ‘Espresso’ singer last month (June 20) announced details of the North American ‘The Short N’ Sweet Tour’, which is set to kick off later this year.It’ll kick off at the Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio on September 23.
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What do last-minute Gov Ball tickets cost to see SZA, Sabrina Carpenter?
The Killers, Hip-Hop hero turned country crooner Post Malone, R&B superstar SZA, pop party-starter Sabrina Carpenter and the rapidly rising reggaeton rager Peso Pluma.They’ll be joined by 21 Savage, Rauw Alejandro, Carly Rae Jepsen, Don Toliver and Sexxy Red.Plus, Chappell Roan, Reneé Rapp, Labrinth, Farruko and Jessie Murph will be there as well.Don’t sleep on Goth Babe either.While that may seem like a lot of performers, we’re really just getting started. Based on our findings, 63 (!) acts are scheduled to take the stage over the long weekend.And if you can’t wait to see them all live, it isn’t too late to scoop up last-minute tickets.At the time of publication, the lowest price we could find on three-day general admission passes was $602 before fees on Vivid Seats.Single-day passes start at $162 before fees.For more information on the best fest off the 7 Train, we’ve got everything you need to know and more about the 2024 Governors Ball Festival below.All prices listed above are subject to fluctuation.A complete calendar including all the best prices on single and multi-day general admission passes can be found below.(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time. All prices are in US dollars, subject to fluctuation and include additional fees at checkout.)Vivid Seats is a verified secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be higher or lower than face value, depending on demand.
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Watch Coldplay bring out Sabrina Carpenter to sing ‘Magic’ at their Radio 1 Big Weekend headline slot
Coldplay brought out Sabrina Carpenter to sing ‘Magic’ at their BBC Radio 1 Big Weekend headline set – watch the moment below.Earlier today, Sabrina Carpenter performed her own slot at the festival held in Luton – but it turned out that wasn’t the end of her apperance.Seemingly prefacing his future guest, fans were quick to spot frontman Chris Martin singing “that’s that me espresso” at the end of Coldplay’s hit ‘Fix You’, from Carpenter’s recent hit ‘Espresso‘.But Martin went on to surprise fans by bringing out the popstar to sing ‘Magic’, taken off their 2014 album ‘Ghost Stories‘.After their duet, Martin told Carpenter: “Your lyrics are amazing and you’re amazing!”, whilst Carpenter replied: “I love Coldplay. What is this? Give it up for Coldplay – what the hell?” Watch Coldplay and Sabrina Carpenter play ‘Magic’ together below:Sabrina Carpenter performing “Magic” with Coldplay at Big Weekend Luton! pic.twitter.com/hisrJ8QKRc— Sabrina Daily Updates (@SCdailyupdates) May 26, 2024CHRIS MARTIN SAYING THATS THAT ME ESPRESSO???? pic.twitter.com/yhphUDnodR— anna☕️ TODAY (@fvtureselves) May 26, 2024Coldplay recently announced the 25th anniversary edition of ‘Brothers & Sisters’, their debut EP released in 1999.All three songs will be available on a special gatefold double BioVinyl seven-inch record, along with a bonus fourth track on the EP – a new spoken word addition, ‘The Story Of Brothers & Sisters’.The 25th anniversary reissue of ‘Brothers & Sisters’ is due to arrive on November 15 via Fierce Panda – pre-order the EP here.Coldplay are also set to become the first act to headline Glastonbury for the fifth time this June.
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Sabrina Carpenter’s ‘Espresso’ spends full month at Number One
Sabrina Carpenter’s smash hit ‘Espresso’ has completed an entire month at the top of the UK Singles Chart.On Friday (May 24), the song was announced as the Number One for a fourth consecutive week, holding off the challenge of Billie Eilish, whose track ‘LUNCH’ could only claim the Number Two spot.‘Espresso’s four-week supremacy matches Beyoncé’s ‘Texas Hold ‘Em’ earlier this year, although Noah Kahan’s ‘Stick Season’ managed a total of seven weeks at the top in January and February.The song arrived last month, and came as the follow-up to Carpenter’s hit 2022 album ‘Emails I Can’t Send’ and recent singles ‘Nonsense’ and ‘Feather’.The singer also dropped a Christmas EP last year and hit the road with Taylor Swift, joining the pop icon as the support act for her recent run of ‘Eras’ tour dates across the US and Asia.Carpenter recently opened up about her mindset when she was writing the song. “There was something really exciting about the fact that there was so much personality throughout the entire song, because those are the ones that are really, really fun to sing live with a crowd,” she explained.“Those are the ones that people, I think when they don’t know my music or who I am or anything, they can just tune in to a single song and kind of leave with a better idea of my sense of humour.”She went on to say that the song was an attempt to capture a moment of self-confidence.
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Sabrina Carpenter explains meaning behind ‘Espresso’ lyrics
Sabrina Carpenter has explained the meaning behind the lyrics to her new song ‘Espresso’.The song arrived last month, and came as the follow-up to her hit 2022 album ‘Emails I Can’t Send’ and recent singles ‘Nonsense’ and ‘Feather’.It also came following the singer dropping a Christmas EP, and hitting the road with Taylor Swift, as she joined the pop icon as the support act for her recent run of ‘Eras’ tour dates across the US and Asia.Now, Carpenter has opened up on the meaning behind the lyrics to the song, and explained that it’s about embracing the times when your confidence is skyrocketing.“Now he’s thinkin’ about me every night / Is it that sweet? I guess so / Say you can’t sleep, baby, I know / That’s that me, espresso / Move it up, down, left, right, oh / Switch it up like Nintendo”, she sings in the chorus, also making more references to the feeling of someone being addicted to you in a relationship.Explaining how she came to write the song in a new interview with Apple Music, the pop star revealed that she began work on the track while she was in France and looking to create a song that would be ideal to play live, but also have a sense of humour to it.“There was something really exciting about the fact that there was so much personality throughout the entire song, because those are the ones that are really, really fun to sing live with a crowd,” she explained.“Those are the ones that people, I think when they don’t know my music or who I am or anything, they can just tune in to a single song and kind of leave with a better idea of my sense of humour.”She also made reference to the empowering lyrics throughout, and explained that she was looking to capture the time when she felt confident in herself.“This was
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