Sabrina Carpenter has been living it up while on tour with The Vamps, and the boys of the band just did the sweetest thing for her over the weekend. The "Thumbs" singer just celebrated her 18th birthday, so Brad Simpson, Connor Ball, James McVery and Tristan Evans did something special for her.
While performing at The O2 arena in London, England, the boys had the entire crowd sing Happy Birthday to Sabrina. How sweet?!
"THE LOVELY VAMPS HAD THE O2 ARENA SING ME HAPPY BIRTHDAY LAST NIGHT AND IT FELT LIKE A FAIRYTALE Thank you @wearethevamps for being top notch smashing gentlemen. so much love for you," Sabrina wrote alongside a photo she shared on Instagram. "p.s congrats on your platinum record ya legends."
Aside from The Vamps receiving their platinum record for their album "Meet The Vamps," they also have another exciting announcement. In fact, Sabrina does too. Turns out, this tour isn't the only way they're working together. Sab and the band collaborated on a new song that comes out this upcoming Friday, May 19.
"alright guys we can give our thumbs a break it's time for #hands✋️Excited to be featuring with @wearethevamps on @mikeperrymusic new single coming out this Friday May 19th! xxx," Sabrina wrote on Instagram.
We can't wait to hear it!