At only 22, Sabrina Carpenter already has a pretty stacked resume. The Pennsylvanian star officially got her start in 2014 playing Maya Hart on the Disney series Girl Meets World, a spinoff of the iconic 90s Boy Meets World, and has gone on to not only star in multiple other projects but also release four studio albums.
From upcoming films to new singles, we get stalking and find out everything the ‘Skin’ singer has been up to lately.
She dropped a surprise for Valentine’s Day
For Valentine’s Day 2020, Sabrina surprised her fans with an R&B love letter titled ‘Honeymoon Fades’. The soft, atmospheric tune is a direct thank you to those who have followed the star along her journey so far and lyrically hopes that a relationship will never lose its spark. The dreamy cover art was also shot by Sabrina’s sister Sarah!
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She earned a spot on Forbes’ 30 Under 30 List
Sabrina joined Forbes’ Hollywood & Entertainment 30 Under 30 list for 2021, appearing as a featured honouree. Praised for her immense talent in multiple creative fields, the iconic publication hailed her as one of Gen Z’s best role models and a trailblazer in the new world of entertainment. In her profile on the site, Sabrina lists that winning an EGOT (where one wins an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony) is one of her biggest goals.
She’s producing and starring in a Netflix musical
Creating a contemporary reimagination of the classic Alice in Wonderland story, Sabrina is in the works to both star in and produce the Netflix musical Alice. While there’s no release date yet, the plot will supposedly follow Sabrina as Alice as she navigates around a music festival called Wonderland. The film will be produced by At Last Productions, Sabrina’s own company, and was reportedly sold to Netflix for seven figures via a pitch from Sabrina herself over Zoom. Talk about boss moves.
She shared her perfect night in at home with Vogue
Joining the long list of droolworthy celeb home tour videos, Sabrina teamed up with Vogue to show us the cosiest parts of her L.A. home and her night-at-home routine. From a swing in her bedroom to her very own basketball court, we’re super jealous of the funhouse Sabrina lives in and we’re waiting on our sleepover invite ASAP. If you haven’t seen it already, check out the video below!
She stole our hearts in Netflix’s Work It
No stranger to musicals, Netflix’s 2020 film Work It sees Sabrina play lead character Quinn Ackerman; a high school senior who tries to better her dancing skills in order to win a local dance competition and therefore boost her college application for her dream school. Not only did Sabrina absolutely kill the role, she also executive produced the film and even penned the track ‘Let Me Move You’ to go alongside it.
She dropped hit single ‘Skin’
When it dropped a mere 14 days after Olivia Rodrigo’s ‘drivers license’, the world was quick to assume ‘Skin’ was Sabrina’s direct response to the tricky Venn diagram that was herself, Rodrigo, and fellow Disney star Joshua Bassett. While Sabrina has since denied the claim, stating the song “isn’t about one single person”, some of the lyrics seem a little too on the nose. But all that aside, the song is an excellent soft synth tune and marked Sabrina’s debut for her new era with Island Records.
She’s teasing her upcoming album
While there’s little to go on yet regarding Sabrina’s fifth studio album, fans are anticipating it’ll be her most personal yet. And they’re proving to be right. In a video uploaded by the star to her Instagram at the beginning of the month, Sabrina shares a snippet of her singing an emotional piano ballad that she captions ‘Intro.’ The internet understandably went crazy and have speculated that the lyrics are referring to her father. If this is just Sabrina’s introduction track, we have no idea how we’ll cope with the rest of the album!
‘Skinny Dipping’ is coming!
In her first reel uploaded to Instagram, Sabrina teased her upcoming single ‘Skinny Dipping’, and we are absolutely freaking out. And, if you’re a super fan like us, you might have caught her super sleuth newsletter that saw her spell out the name of the song with capital letters earlier in the day. From the 30 dreamy seconds we’ve heard, we can already tell the track is going to be one of our faves and if her other IG snippets are anything to go off, Sabrina’s new era just might be her best yet.
Pre-save ‘Skinny Dipping’ here.