Taylor Swift’s support act Sabrina Carpenter says she’s ‘NEVER felt uglier’ than in Bondi

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Sabrina Carpenter has revealed the one place in Sydney where she feels ‘ugly’.

The US singer, who is Taylor Swift‘s support act during her Eras Tour in Australia, revealed on 2DAY FM’s Hughesy, Ed & Erin on Friday that she’s enjoying her time Down Under and exploring the sights.

Why She Feels Uglier

She also noted how the city holds a ‘special’ place in her heart, but admitted Bondi Beach makes her feel ‘ugly’ as there are so many good-looking people there.

‘I’m not trying to gas you guys up, because I’m sure everyone always says Australia is the best, but it truly is just one of my favourite cities I’ve ever been to,’ she said on the show.

Why Sydney is Special For Her

‘I love everywhere in Australia, but Sydney is just particularly so special.

‘The food’s amazing, everyone’s attractive, everyone’s really nice. And the shows so far… The crowds have been really, really splendid. So I don’t know you guys, I haven’t found a red flag yet.’

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Radio host Erin Molan interjected: ‘If you want to feel ugly. Go to Bondi.’

‘I was there yesterday and I couldn’t agree with you more. I’ve never felt uglier,’ Sabrina replied.

Aside from being the opening act at Taylor’s shows, Sabrina joined the US pop singer for dinner in Sydney on Tuesday evening.

Sabrina and the global superstar, 34, shocked onlookers at Pellegrino 2000, a neighbourhood trattoria located in Surry Hills.

The restaurant, which was voted NSW’s No1 in 2022, is the second outlet opened by acclaimed chefs Daniel Pepperell and Michael Cliff and sommelier Andy Tyson, who also run the popular Bistrot 916 in Potts Point. 

Pellegrino 2000 has dozens of celebrity fans, including Channel Nine’s Sylvia Jeffreys, MasterChef Australia’s Melissa Leong, Farmer Wants a Wife host Samantha Armytage,  radio presenter Kate Ritchie, cricket WAG Emma Lyon and podcaster Abbie Chatfield.

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