Sabrina Carpenter Addresses Friendship with Taylor Swift

Sabrina Carpenter has made it clear that her friendship with Taylor Swift remains strong despite her recent collaboration with Kim Kardashian’s SKIMS campaign. In an interview with Rolling Stone published on June 17, Sabrina addressed the speculations and rumors surrounding her relationship with Taylor, stemming from her participation in the campaign.

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Clarifying Misunderstandings

Sabrina emphasized that there was no drama between her and Taylor regarding her involvement in the SKIMS campaign. Despite the longstanding feud between Taylor Swift and Kim Kardashian, Sabrina maintained open communication with Taylor about the situation. “I’ve been very, very communicative with her about that situation,” Sabrina said. “I just love her so much and support her till the end. So it was no weirdness for me, but I know people will just say things because that’s all they have time to do.”

Mutual Respect and Admiration

Sabrina, who opened for much of Taylor’s 2023 Eras Tour, reassured fans of the strength of their bond. “We’re very, very verbal with each other about our mutual love and admiration,” she stated. Sabrina also highlighted their close professional relationship, noting that she has worked with Taylor’s longtime musical partner, Jack Antonoff, and has been among the first to hear tracks from Taylor’s recent album, The Tortured Poets Department. “She played me ‘But Daddy I Love Him’ before it came out, and that’s also one of my favorites,” Sabrina shared.

Focusing on Her Own Career

Despite the naysayers and comparisons, Sabrina is focused on her own musical journey. Her recent hits “Espresso” and “Please Please Please” have been well-received, but she remains humble about her success. “I hold her to such a different echelon,” Sabrina said of Taylor. “I could never compare my life, my career, my trajectory to anything close to what she’s done.”

Sabrina reflected on her decade-long career in the public eye, expressing gratitude for the gradual progression of her success. “I feel really grateful that this has happened over the course of a lot of time of me figuring it out because it doesn’t feel like it was sprung up on me,” she said. “It’s almost like I can just relax and be excited about it.”

Embracing Humor and Public Attention

Sabrina also appreciates that her fans understand her sense of humor. “My mom has been like, ‘Do you feel crazy right now?'” Sabrina shared. “I just love that people get my sense of humor.” After years of hard work, Sabrina is enjoying her moment in the spotlight and the positive reception of her music.

1. How did Sabrina Carpenter address the rumors about her friendship with Taylor Swift?
Sabrina emphasized that there was no drama between her and Taylor Swift regarding her involvement in the SKIMS campaign, maintaining that they have been very communicative and supportive of each other.

2. What did Sabrina say about her relationship with Taylor Swift?
Sabrina described her relationship with Taylor as one of mutual love and admiration, stating that they are very verbal about their respect for each other.

3. Has Sabrina Carpenter worked with Taylor Swift’s musical partners?
Yes, Sabrina has worked with Jack Antonoff, Taylor Swift’s longtime musical partner, and has been among the first to hear some of Taylor’s recent music.

4. How does Sabrina Carpenter view her own career in comparison to Taylor Swift’s?
Sabrina holds Taylor in a different echelon and does not compare her own career trajectory to Taylor’s, focusing instead on her personal growth and success.

5. What is Sabrina Carpenter’s perspective on her recent success?
Sabrina feels grateful for her gradual rise to fame, allowing her to relax and enjoy the success she has achieved over the years. She appreciates that her fans understand and enjoy her sense of humor.

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