Sabrina Carpenter

Sabrina Carpenter Gives Chrome Nails a 3D Update

Sabrina Carpenter is jumping on the chrome-nails trend but adding her own twist. The singer and her nail artist, Mei Kawajiri, created a manicure with 3D texture, giving the nails an ethereal feel. In a photo shared on her Instagram Stories, you can see Kawajiri opted to keep Carpenter's nails...
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Sabrina Carpenter on the Radical Honesty of Her New Album, Emails I Can’t Send

On the cover of Sabrina Carpenter’s new album, Emails I Can’t Send, the musician and actor sits on her bed in a simple black dress next to a laptop, turning toward the camera as though interrupted. If that seems a very literal interpretation of the title, it’s fully intentional—many of the lyrics for the 13 songs that make up the record actually began with emails that Carpenter would write during the pandemic as a kind of therapy, making the album by far her most intimate yet. “I wanted everything to feel a lot more simple and timeless,” says Carpenter of the direction for the record, citing her childhood inspirations—from Dolly Parton to Carole King to Carly Simon—as key influences.

Bop Shop: Songs From Lissie, Sabrina Carpenter, Harry Styles, And More

The search for the ever-elusive "bop" is difficult. Playlists and streaming-service recommendations can only do so much. They often leave a lingering question: Are these songs really good, or are they just new?. Enter Bop Shop, a hand-picked selection of songs from the MTV News team. This weekly collection doesn't...

Sabrina Carpenter Debuts New Music at Samsung’s Summer of Galaxy

Click here to read the full article. As part of Samsung’s Summer of Galaxy celebration, Billboard and Samsung partnered to bring back an exclusive music experience. This year, Samsung Galaxy users were treated to singer-songwriter Sabrina Carpenter’s first live performance in three years. The Samsung Summer of Galaxy Concert supported the release of Carpenter’s new 13-track album, emails i can’t send, and was the first time she performed these songs live. Since her debut, Carpenter has blossomed into one of pop music’s most promising young acts. In 2021 she released the hit single “Skin,” which debuted on the Billboard Hot 100...

Sabrina Carpenter Adds Pop of Color to Silk Champagne Dress With Pink Necklace and Green Heels at SiriusXM

Click here to read the full article. Sabrina Carpenter brightened up a neutral look with fun colorful accessories. The Disney Channel alum hit SiriusXM studios in NYC on Wednesday as part of her new album’s promotion. Her fifth studio album, ’emails i can’t send” dropped on July 15. To the radio station studios, Carpenter wore a champagne-colored mini dress. The satin dress featured a cutout in the bodice as well as thin straps and an A-line silhouette. The “On My Way” singer added color to the neutral dress with her accessories. She threw on a bright pink beaded necklace, playing into...

Sabrina Carpenter Says Emails I Can't Send Will 'Forever' Mark a 'Pivotal Time' in Her Life

After months of anticipation, Sabrina Carpenter is finally back and she's sharing a piece of herself with fans through her new record. Speaking to PEOPLE about the release of her newest album, Emails I Can't Send, at the Samsung Summer of Galaxy concert on Saturday at NeueHouse in Los Angeles, Carpenter opens up about why she thinks this album in particular will always hold a special place in her heart.

Sabrina Carpenter Reflects on Being Called "S--t" and "Homewrecker" in New Song

Watch: Sabrina Carpenter Reflects on Being Called "Homewrecker" in New Song. Sabrina Carpenter is wearing her heart on her sleeve. The singer released her new album Emails I Can't Send on July 15, and one song in particular has fans talking. On the track "Because I Liked a Boy," Carpenter sings about the judgement she faced over a relationship.
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Sabrina Carpenter's New Song Sounds Like A Response To The Joshua/Olivia Drama

After a year of sitting in the hot seat because she liked a boy, Sabrina Carpenter told her side of the story in a very revealing new single, and spared no details. The former Disney star laid all of her cards on the table in her new album emails i can’t send, which released on July 15. Carpenter has a few albums under her belt, but this is her first full album release since 2019, and it does not disappoint when it comes to addressing that very public love triangle she got caught up in. The most buzzed-about song is the album’s lead single, “because i liked a boy,” because the lyrics seem to clearly be addressing that Sabrina Carpenter/Joshua Bassett/Olivia Rodrigo drama that “drivers license” stirred up.

Sabrina Carpenter and Joshua Bassett's Relationship Timeline

Sabrina Carpenter and Joshua Bassett have made headlines for their rumored romance over the past few years. The "Vicious" singer and the High School Musical: The Musical: The Series star sparked dating rumors in the summer of 2020, and those rumors eventually went into overdrive in early 2021 after Bassett's costar Olivia Rodrigo released her hit single "Driver's License," which many fans theorized was about the actor.

Sabrina Carpenter Is Over The Drama In 'Because I Liked A Boy'

Sabrina Carpenter is calling out those who tried to make her a villain in her newest song "because i liked a boy." The former Disney star dropped her fifth studio album, emails i can't send, on Friday (July 15), a 13-track record that includes singles "Skinny Dipping," "Fast Times" and "Vicious." In addition to the album, she also released a music video for "because i liked a boy," which many fans speculate is a reference to the drama that unfolded last year between her, Olivia Rodrigo and Joshua Bassett.

Sabrina Carpenter ‘Dealt with Perceptions.’ Now She’s Making Her Story Crystal Clear

It’s not that Sabrina Carpenter was putting up a front in her music before, it’s just that she — a Disney Channel actress since age of 13 — was “programmed” to be confident “till the day I die.” With her new music, Carpenter changes out the Disney-girl chip and lets the unfiltered thoughts in her brain run free, even if it places her in a place to be judged. She’s gotten used to that, anyway.