Sabrina Carpenter exhibits her "dry humor" again on SNL

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Sabrina Carpenter exhibits her “dry humor” again on SNL

Sabrina Carpenter has been the guest on Saturday Night Live's final season show and has sung the trending song, 'Espresso'. In her performance, Carpenter has played with the lyrics of the song by setting up a bar on stage, staying true to the retro aesthetic of the video clip.

The required accelerated, slowed down or extended versions of 'Espresso' have just been released, and all of them use coffee titles. Carpenter has not been “cut” by publishing up to six different versions of the song.

Also, on Saturday Night Live, Carpenter has sung a medley of his two previous hits, 'Feather', the one that made a priest lose his position, and 'Nonsense'.

As usual, Carpenter has improvised the end of 'Nonsense' by sneaking in a sexual reference inspired by the skyscraper that houses the Saturday Night Live studio, 30 Rockefeller Plaza: “He's 30 and he's hard because I said hello, my sense of humor It's dry but I'm drunk.” This time, Carpenter has not been censored.

Jake Gyllenhaal hosted the season finale of Saturday Night Live, where Carpenter also starred in a sketch inspired by Scooby Doo. He has played Daphne.

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