Camila Cabello was shocked watching Fifth Harmony's slight towards her during their MTV Video Music Awards performance a year ago (17), insisting it hurt her. "She's got a great voice, and she has a great attitude". She said of her album, "I feel like the best way to come up with something new and different is just to be the you-est you possible. I just felt very alive".
We can't wait to hear the "stuff" you've been rushing to make, Camila! Though she didn't intend to leave the group, the tensions surrounding her solo ambitions grew, and eventually, Cabello claimed, the others gave her an ultimatum.
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But the brunette beauty recently admitted to being "hurt" by Fifth Harmony's dig at her at the MTV Video Music Awards.
(Radio.com) Camila Cabello's debut solo album Camila was released today and the former Fifth Harmony singer stopped by The Tonight Show to perform "Never Be the Same". "I wasn't expecting it, I wasn't prepared for it - especially because at that point Id moved on from it". At the December 2016 Y-100 Jingle Ball, she announced that she was leaving the group Fifth Harmony. "I don't like holding onto the past, especially when it's stuff that, in my opinion, is just petty". "I just wanted to do that and it did not work".
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Have you heard Camila Cabello's new album yet?
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