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Was Taylor Swift upset about Sabrina Carpenter’s Skims shoot?

Was Taylor Swift upset about Sabrina Carpenter’s Skims shoot?
Was Taylor Swift upset about Sabrina Carpenter’s Skims shoot?

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Earlier this year, Sabrina Carpenter (the girl who has to work late because she’s a singer) was seen in a boudoir shoot for a Skims campaign. Unfortunately, not everyone was as excited about this promotional campaign as I think Barry Keoghan was. As you’ll recall, Skims owner Kim Kardashian and Taylor Swift have some long-standing and seemingly unresolved issues, last referenced on The department of tortured poets. Because Carpenter opened a number of dates for Swift during her tour, Swifties quickly came to their ruler’s defense when the photos debuted in April, according to TMZ. But at one Rolling stone During an interview on Monday, the rising pop star admitted that while there is plenty of ‘espresso’ on the Eras Tour, for once there is no tea.

Carpenter told the outlet that while she was vaguely aware of the discourse surrounding her collaboration with Kardashian, she chose not to weigh in on the social media backlash. Plus, the “Nonsense” singer says she managed Swift’s campaign long before the photos saw the light of day.

“In that scenario, I really communicated with her about that situation, and I just love her so much and support her until the end,” Carpenter said. “So for me it wasn’t weird, but I know people will just say things because that’s all they have time for.”

“We are very verbal with each other about our mutual love and admiration,” she added of her relationship with Swift.

It’s hard to imagine Carpenter doing anything to jeopardize her involvement with the Eras Tour, which is partly responsible for the singer becoming a pop star just in time to release her rippling song of the summer. Plus, the 25-year-old and her rodent boyfriend were spotted giggling alongside Taylor and Travis Kelce at Coachella after the Skims debacle, so maybe no one was really that fussed about it. Thank God the “first ladies” of the Eras Tour can breathe a sigh of relief.