Sabrina Carpenter Opens Up About Her Most Embarrassing Movie Role

Ah, gather ’round for the tale of Sabrina Carpenter’s cinematic trauma! In a recent rendezvous with Cosmopolitan, the 24-year-old actress and songbird took a trip down memory lane, revisiting her past roles and music escapades. But oh, there’s one memory lurking in the shadows, ready to pounce on her sanity.

Midway through the jaunt down nostalgia lane, there it was – the dreaded clip of Sabrina busting rhymes in the 2016 Disney Channel Original Movie, Adventures In Babysitting. Cue the horror music!

With wide eyes and a trembling lip, Sabrina’s reaction was priceless. “Oh, oh, burn it. Burn it burn it burn it burn it, turn it off, burn it,” she exclaimed, as if exorcising a particularly cringe-worthy demon from her past.

With a dramatic flair fit for the big screen, Sabrina confessed, “That one’s actually trauma- that one’s a bit triggering for me,” as if she’d been haunted by the ghost of bad rapping past.

And oh, the woes of modern life! In a lament worthy of Shakespearean tragedy, she bemoaned the cruel fate of embarrassing childhood videos resurfacing at the most inconvenient times, thanks to the merciless algorithms of social media.

“This damn video, it haunts me in my sleep,” Sabrina confessed, clutching her metaphorical pearls. “I’m not a rapper. That’s what that scene was me trying to be, I guess. I don’t even want to say the name though, ’cause then they can find it.” A plea to the internet overlords: spare her from the rap retribution!

But fear not, for amidst the cringe, there lies a silver lining. Sabrina, ever the optimist, reminisced about the joy of remaking a beloved 80s classic, even if it meant confronting her lyrical shortcomings. “We’re watching an ambiguous movie that I was in when I was 15,” she chuckled, bravely facing her cinematic demons. “Actually, no. Truthfully, this was a remake of a movie I really love from the 80s, called Adventures In Babysitting, and it was one of my favorite movies, so to get to remake it and to kind of play a newer version of that character was really cool. It just unfortunately did have a scene where I had to rap.”

So next time you’re scrolling through Disney+, spare a thought for poor Sabrina, battling her embarrassing past one cringe-worthy rhyme at a time.

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