Sabrina Carpenter Performs Hit Song 'Espresso' as She Makes Her “Saturday Night Live” Musical Guest Debut

The singer appeared on the May 18 episode of 'Saturday Night Live' with host Jake Gyllenhaal

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Sabrina Carpenter on 'Saturday Night Live.'

That's that Sabrina Carpenter!

The singer, 25, made her musical guest debut on Saturday Night Live during the season 49 finale on May 18, which was hosted by Jake Gyllenhaal.

During her first performance, Carpenter sang her hit single "Espresso" on a bar-themed set while wearing a red minidress.

For her second performance, the star crooned a medley of her tracks "Feather" and "Nonsense" and celebrated her first time on SNL with a change in lyrics.

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Carpenter’s SNL appearance comes shortly after she dropped "Espresso," her latest single, which landed her a spot on the Billboard Hot 100.

Released on April 12, the song peaked at No. 4 last week and has now spent four weeks on the chart. Other charting songs by Carpenter include “Skin,” “Nonsense" and “Feather.”

The music video for the viral song has amassed over 25 million views — and counting — on YouTube in roughly a month.

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Recently, Carpenter was a supporting act for Taylor Swift’s record-breaking Eras Tour from August 2023 to March 2024, with stops in Latin America, Australia and Singapore.

Swift called the singer a “sweet angel princess” in one of her tour announcements.

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Saturday Night Live airs Saturdays at 11:30 p.m. EST on NBC and will return for season 50 in the fall.

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