Lovebirds Sabrina and Barry heat up screens in ‘Please Please Please’ music video!

  • Sabrina Carpenter released the music video for “Please Please Please” featuring boyfriend Barry Keoghan
  • Directed by Bardia Zeinali, the video shows Keoghan repeatedly getting arrested
  • Jack Antonoff produced the single, part of Carpenter’s upcoming album “Short n Sweet”

 

Hey there music lovers! So, guess what? Sabrina Carpenter just dropped her latest music video for her song “Please Please Please” and it’s got her real-life boyfriend, Barry Keoghan, in it! Like, how cute is that? The video, directed by Bardia Zeinali, shows Keoghan getting into all sorts of trouble like robbing banks and getting into fights, with Carpenter coming to his rescue every time. Talk about a ride or die girlfriend, am I right?

The song itself is a bop, with Carpenter belting out lines like “Heartbreak is one thing / my ego’s another” and “Please, please, please” in the chorus. The video ends with Carpenter handcuffing her boyfriend to a chair and taping his mouth shut – talk about relationship goals, am I right?

And get this, the single was produced by none other than Jack Antonoff, the mastermind behind Bleachers and a frequent collaborator with Taylor Swift. Carpenter also announced that her sixth album, “Short n Sweet,” is set to drop on August 23. “Please Please Please” is the second single from the album, following the viral hit “Espresso” released in April.

But wait, there’s more! Carpenter and Keoghan recently made their red carpet debut as a couple at the Met Gala, and they were also spotted together at Carpenter’s Coachella performance in April. It seems like these two are inseparable, and we’re totally here for it!

So, do yourself a favor and check out the music video for “Please Please Please” – it’s a wild ride from start to finish, and you won’t be able to get the catchy tune out of your head. And hey, if you enjoyed reading this article, why not share it with your friends? After all, good music is meant to be shared!

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