Watch Sabrina Carpenter Run Into Barry Keoghan’s Arms After Eras Tour Set in Singapore

Sabrina Carpenter is feeling light as a feather with a certain Irish actor on her mind. In an adorable video from the 24-year-old singer-actress’ weekend shows opening for Taylor Swift‘s Eras Tour in Singapore, she shares a sweet exchange with Barry Keoghan — whom she is rumored to be dating — moments after finishing her set.


In the clip, a camera zooms in on Carpenter after she steps offstage in her black dress and signature knee-high boots. When she sees Keoghan, she runs into his arms, and the Saltburn star spins her around in a circle before walking with her into the wings at Singapore National Stadium.

As some fans pointed out, the clip is quite reminiscent of the time Swift greeted Travis Kelce in a similar way after her concert in Buenos Aires last year, running to the Kansas City Chiefs tight end and planting a big kiss on him.

The “Feather” singer has served as Swift’s supporting act throughout the Latin America, Australia and Singapore legs of the Eras Tour. Fans spotted Keoghan cheering her on from the audience during her March 3 set, during which she capped off her performance of “Nonsense” by singing in her 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!”

Carpenter and the 31-year-old actor have been sparking dating rumors since the beginning of this year, with the pair reportedly meeting at Paris Fashion Week in 2023. In February, they attended a Grammys afterparty and posed for a cute photo together.

The Girl Meets World alum has been touring in support of her most recent album Emails I Can’t Send, which debuted at No. 23 on the Billboard 200 in summer 2022. Since then, she’s steadily found Billboard Hot 100 success with singles “Feather” and “Nonsense” peaking at Nos. 29 and 56, respectively, more than seven months after the LP dropped.

Watch Carpenter’s sweet moment with Keoghan below.

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