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Sabrina Carpenter Slams People Who Hate Pride, Debuts 'Please Please Please' Live at Governor's Ball - Watch Now!

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Sabrina Carpenter is becoming one of the music industry’s hottest stars and she took over Governor’s Ball this weekend with an incredible performance on the main stage.

The 25-year-old singer debuted her new single “Please Please Please” while performing at the music festival on Saturday (June 8) in New York City. Sabrina just released the song a couple days ago and performed it live for the first time for fans at Governor’s Ball.

Since it’s Pride Month, Sabrina used her “Nonsense” outro to take aim at anyone hating on the LGBTQ+ community.

As you probably know, she writes a new outro for every performance of the song, usually commenting on the event or location. Keep reading to find out more… “Do I text him back, it’s such a tough call / That won’t fit inside me, bro I’m dumb small / People who hate Pride, can suck my Gov Ball,” Sabrina sang.

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