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Taylor Swift Sends Congratulatory Message to Sabrina Carpenter

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Taylor Swift is living for Sabrina Carpenter‘s pop music takeover! On Thursday, Swift shared a sweet congratulatory comment on Carpenter’s Instagram post celebrating her sold-out tour and the radio success of “Espresso.”

“Summer of Sabrina and may it continue forever,” Swift wrote in all-caps.

Carpenter has had a massive few months thanks to both “Espresso” and “Please Please Please,” the latter of which reached the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 a week ago. Both tracks have also switched off at the No. 1 slot on Spotify’s global chart for several weeks.

On Friday, Carpenter shared a sweet note to her fans in an email newsletter, sharing her gratitude to her fans for selling out her upcoming shows and for streaming the two singles off her upcoming album, Short n Sweet, out in August.

“Writing you guys from Europe right now deeply staring into the ocean and thinking about how thankful I am for you guys,” she wrote. “You helped me achieve my first ever #1 single last week and then sold out my entire arena tour. i can’t express how much this means to me and how i wouldn’t have been able to do any of it without u.”

“You mean the absolute world to me!!! always have always will,” she added. “Hope u guys are having a beautiful holiday weekend, and excited to share many more things soooon.”

Carpenter and Swift have developed their friendship over the last year after Carpenter joined the Eras Tour as an opener for the run’s Latin American and Australia dates. She first performed on the stadium stage for four nights in Mexico City in August. During her set each night, Carpenter played a video of her nine-year-old self singing “Picture to Burn” from Swift’s debut album.

Carpenter even joined Swift onstage for a mashup of “White Horse” and “Coney Island” during a show in Sydney. Carpenter also released a Spotify Single cover of Swift’s “I Knew You Were Trouble.”


“I hold her to such a different echelon,” Carpenter recently told Rolling Stone about Swift. “I could never compare my life, my career, my trajectory to anything close to what she’s done.”

 “She always puts out music at a time where I didn’t realize I needed those songs,” Carpenter added. “We’re very, very verbal with each other about our mutual love and admiration.… She played me ‘But Daddy I Love Him’ before it came out, and that’s also one of my favorites.” 

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