Taylor Swift Celebrates Sabrina Carpenter’s Successful Summer: ‘May it Continue Forever’
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Taylor Swift Celebrates Sabrina Carpenter’s Successful Summer: ‘May it Continue Forever’

Taylor Swift is celebrating the summer of Sabrina Carpenter.

Carpenter, 25, received a heartfelt, congratulatory message from Swift, 34. Carpenter announced in an Instagram post on Thursday, July 4, that her Short ‘n’ Sweet headlining tour across North America is officially sold out.

“SUMMER OF SABRINA AND MAY IT CONTINUE FOREVER 😇,” commented Swift hours after Carpenter shared the news.

Along with providing a tour update, the former Disney star gave a toast to her other recent successes. These successes include her espresso-flavored ice cream collaboration with Van Leeuwen and back-to-back hit singles, “Expresso” and “Please Please Please.”

“And just like that you guys sold out the entire short n’ sweet tour, espresso went #1 at pop radio andddddd i slid down this slide :’) thank you all so so much!!! i can’t wait to see you on the road,” Carpenter captioned the post.


The “Nonsense” singer’s headlining tour comes months after she performed as an opening act for the international leg of Swift’s Eras Tour.

To celebrate her final appearance on the tour in March, Carpenter penned a sweet Instagram post to Swift. She also shared photos from their time together.

“That’s a wrap for us on the Eras Tour :’),” Carpenter wrote. She continued, “Sitting at home reflecting on what a whirlwind this was and how very honored I feel to have been part of it.” Carpenter added that she gives “the most thank you’s I’ve ever thank you’d to Taylor.”

In an interview with Cosmopolitan released that same month, Carpenter gushed about being “so genuinely lucky” to have been part of the tour. She expressed her gratitude for the opportunity to “watch one of the greatest performers every night.”

“It almost feels like a Broadway show because everything is so synchronized but at the same time feels so in the moment. That’s an art. It’s really hard to teach,” she said. “It’s really hard to learn. And I feel so lucky that I get to watch Taylor perform every time. It makes me want to tour the world again, which is a good feeling.”

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