Watch Sabrina Carpenter Leap Into Barry Keoghan’s Arms Following the Singaporean Set of Eras Tour



With an Irish actor on her mind, Sabrina Carpenter feels as light as a feather. The 24-year-old singer-actress, who is said to be dating Barry Keoghan, had a cute conversation with him just after her performance in an endearing video from her weekend performances in Singapore as Taylor Swift’s opening act for her Eras Tour.

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After Carpenter exits the stage wearing her distinctive knee-high boots and black outfit, the camera pans in on her. She immediately leaps into Keoghan’s arms upon seeing him, and the Saltburn star spins her around in a circle before leading her into the Singapore National Stadium wings.

The video reminds some fans of Swift’s similar greeting of Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce during her performance in Buenos Aires last year, when she ran up to him and gave him a big kiss.

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Throughout the Eras Tour’s stops in Singapore, Australia, and Latin America, Swift has had the “Feather” vocalist as her supporting act. During her performance on March 3, Keoghan had her audience members cheering her on. She concluded her rendition of “Nonsense” with an NSFW improvised outro, “He said that he wishes he was on me / Got me wetter than the Jewel Changi / Singapore, I hope you like my songy!”

Since the start of the year, Carpenter and the 31-year-old actor have been the subject of dating rumors. It is said that the two met during Paris Fashion Week in 2023. They posed for a sweet picture together at a Grammys afterparty in February.

The former cast member of Girl Meets World has been on the road in support of her most recent album, Emails I Can’t Send, which made its Billboard 200 debut in the summer of 2022 at No. 23. Since then, she has consistently achieved success on the Billboard Hot 100, with the singles “Feather” and “Nonsense” peaking more than seven months after the album’s release at Nos. 29 and 56, respectively.