The new issue of Dork, featuring Sabrina Carpenter, is coming this Friday – pre-order

The pop powerhouse broke free with last year's awesome album 'Emails I Can't Send'. Now, with her own voice fully found, she's embracing honesty and relishing in the nonsense.

Sabrina Carpenter fronts the new edition of Dork, set to drop this Friday (10th March).

The pop powerhouse broke free with last year’s awesome album ‘Emails I Can’t Send’. Now, with her own voice fully found, she’s embracing honesty and relishing in the nonsense. We caught up during her recent stop in the UK, ahead of her big return later this year for some must-see live dates.

You’ll find an exclusive interview and photo shoot with Sabrina in the April 2023 issue of Dork.

She’s the first of three cover acts for our latest edition. We’ll be revealing the other two, plus the packed full issue line up, in the run up to Friday’s launch.

You can order the Sabrina Carpenter edition of Dork here, and it’ll ship before the end of the month, or subscribe and get the print edition sent directly to your door every month here.

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