Camila Cabello Shares Glimpses From The Studio: See The Hot Shots
By Hayden Brooks
April 8, 2019
We know that Camila Cabello is hard at work on her sophomore LP and we're guessing that the former Fifth Harmony singer knows that her fans are eager for any kind of teasers for her upcoming wave of music.
On Sunday (April 7), the 22-year-old star took to social media to appease her following with some glimpses of a recent studio session. In a slideshow post, Cabello unveiled four photos of her working her magic in the lab. Unsurprisingly, her mother Sinuhe also appeared in one of the shots, further cementing the pair's close bond. In late February, Cabello revealed that her favorite song off the set is called "Living Proof." Still no word on whether a new Shawn Mendes collaboration will appear on the set, but we do have their word that a follow-up to 2015's "I Know What You Did Last Summer" could be a possibility. In addition to the studio teasers, the singer also relived some of her 5H days when she shared several Instagram Stories of her doing the official choreography to "Worth It."
In related news, Cabello recently donated $10,000 to a GoFundMe account dedicated to a 8-year-old homeless refugee and his family. Tanitoluwa Adewumi, who is simply known as Tani, escaped northern Nigeria in 2018 with his family to avoid terrorist violence from Boko Haram on Christians in the region. Unfortunately, since fleeing the country, he has been living in a homeless shelter in Manhattan. Nonetheless, parts of his transition to the United States have seen some shine. He recently beat out 73 competitors and was crowned the New York state chess champion in his category after only learning the game a year ago from a part-time teacher. It was that educator that waived his fee to join the local elementary school's chess club and the rest is history. "Tani, you make all of us proud. Keep smiling and keep winning ps guys let’s spread the word and help him out," the singer said of the boy in a tweet.
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