Yes, We’re Obsessed with Sabrina Carpenter’s Cover of Chappell Roan’s ‘Good Luck, Babe!’

Yes, We’re Obsessed with Sabrina Carpenter’s Cover of Chappell Roan’s ‘Good Luck, Babe!’

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In a dazzling display of musical camaraderie, Sabrina Carpenter has taken Chappell Roan’s “Good Luck, Babe!” and turned it into an instant hit among her devoted fanbase—especially those in the LGBTQ+ community.

Fresh from lighting up stages at Taylor Swift’s The Eras Tour and wowing crowds at Coachella, Carpenter recently graced BBC Radio One’s Live Lounge on June 18th. There, she unveiled her heartfelt rendition of her label-mate’s anthem, capturing hearts and headlines alike.

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Known for her unwavering support of LGBTQ+ causes—underscored by her empowering “Nonsense” outro lyrics and celebrated SKIMS campaign—Carpenter’s choice to cover “Good Luck, Babe!” during Pride Month struck a chord with fans.

The reaction was immediate and ecstatic. YouTube’s comment section became a virtual love fest as fans poured out their adoration. “OH MY GODDDD this is iconic,” gushed one fan, “as a lesbian (who is absolutely in love with Sabrina and Chappell), I’m so happy Chappell is getting recognition like this.” Others echoed the sentiment, praising Carpenter’s angelic yet powerful vocals and her ability to put her own spin on the track.

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Carpenter’s Take on the Cover

Carpenter explained her song choice: “I just haven’t stopped listening to this song since it came out. I’m a huge fan of Chappell’s and we wanted to put our own little twist on it.” Her personal connection to the song resonated deeply with listeners, cementing her status as an artist who not only performs but also connects on a profound emotional level.

In a previous interview with Rolling Stone, Carpenter said she is close with Roan and admitted she is “just as obsessed with her as everyone. It’s so weird when you’re hanging out as two young women as opposed to thinking about when she goes onstage and is that person and when I go on stage.”

Emerging as a rising star in the music world, Chappell Roan, at just 26, has been captivating audiences with her distinctive sound since the release of her debut album, “The Rise and Fall of a Midwest Princess,” in September 2023. Her music, a blend of introspective lyrics and soulful melodies, has been drawing in massive crowds at various festivals and live performances. Roan’s ability to connect deeply with her audience through her music has garnered attention and praise, establishing her as a promising talent on the rise in the industry.

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