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Sabrina Carpenter Writes Sweet Message To Taylor Swift, Fans While Reflecting On Eras Tour

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Sabrina Carpenter wrapped up her time as one of Taylor Swift's Eras Tour openers this month and took time to reflect on her time sharing a stage with the superstar.

The musician posted a series of photos on Instagram from the Eras Tour on Saturday — including a sweet shot of her and Swift walking through the Sydney Zoo in Australia when she third-wheeled a date with Swift and Travis Kelce — along with other photos of Carpenter on stage. In the caption, Carpenter says “that's a wrap” for her as an opener.

“Sitting at home reflecting on what a whirlwind this was and how very honored i feel to have been part of it,” Carpenter wrote in the caption. “I want to thank every crowd for being so welcoming and generous to us and making some of the most impressive friendship bracelets I’ve ever received.”

The “Nonsense” singer was Swift's opener for the first slate of international dates in Latin America, Asia, and Australia. The final tour date with Carpenter was March 9 in Singapore.

“And the most thank you’s I’ve ever thank you’d to Taylor,” Carpenter continued. “I feel so lucky to witness the magic that is you and this tour. there is truly no one like you and there never will be! i love you with all my heart and i will cherish this taybrina era (and all the eras) till the end of time”

Taylor Swift and Sabrina Carpenter's working relationship seemed to develop into a close friendship since Swift announced Carpenter as an opener for the Eras Tour last year. The pair have been spotted together in multiple social settings, including attending a Kansas City Chiefs game in October to support Travis Kelce.

Carpenter is set to play Coachella in April, along with The Governor's Ball in New York City in June. Swift has a break between shows and will move on to her European leg starting in Paris on May 9 with opener Paramore. Swift will then finish out the tour in Canada with opener Gracie Abrams.


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