While Sabrina Carpenter is getting ready to release a third album, her hype-heavy fanbase known as the #Carpenters are losing their collective mind on Twitter.
The “Why” singer chatted with on-air iHeartRadio personality Brian Fink about the album drop while backstage at the 93.3-FLZ Jingle Ball. Carpenter, who took a break from performance prep to chat with Fink was all smiles as she teased the upcoming release of the third installment in her discography, SC3.
When pressed by the interviewer about her Twitter followers desperate for a concrete album drop date, Carpenter failed to deliver. “I’m sure [everybody wants to know], I want to know,” she said. “I’m honestly getting very excited. That’s all I keep saying because I feel like over the past year, I feel like there’s been quite a change in my music, in my growth. I think they always know that I like to keep them on their toes so I’m going to continue to do that. But ‘SC3’ is coming a long way right now.”
Fresh off of debuting two successful singles “Hands” and “First Love,” and the completion of a 32-city sold out tour, the #Carpenters are at peak fangirl status, anxiously awaiting the album release. Taking to Twitter to vent their frustration at Carpenter skillfully evading a direct line of questioning about the drop date, the 18-year-old’s fanbase proved they were comfortable letting their idol know that they’ve been waiting long enough.
When Sabrina says SC3 is coming soon and you know you’re gonna be waiting another year for it. pic.twitter.com/ipmlRUlMRx
— Dylan (@holdoncarpenter) December 7, 2017
@SabrinaAnnLynn sabrina i’m “patiently” waiting for you to say something to me about SC3 you can’t leave without spilling some tea
— hanna (@punbrina) December 15, 2017
The fandom: when is SC3? when will alone together be released?
The fandom: pic.twitter.com/hxdPiqg6uL
— ruby (@rubyminkus) December 13, 2017
i hope sabrina drops SC3 in feb or march bc i honestly cant wait anymore im so ready for her to snatch my wig
— div (@sabftmendes) December 17, 2017
Watch the full interview here for even more insight into Sabrina Carpenter– the artist, the insomniac and the inventor of the yellow crayon.