The singer finally addressed her departure from the girl group Fifth Harmony.
The "Crying in the Club" singer was not present at the awards event during the performance.
"There's a vibrancy in her", he shared. "I wasn't expecting it, I wasn't prepared for it - especially because at that point Id moved on from it. Today's the first day where I can really just enjoy it, and I can enjoy it being out". The 20-year-old stepped out of the pop scene and proved her talents even more with her Young Thug assisted track, Havana. While we've all come to love Cabello's 2017 banger Havana, the former Fifth Harmony artist chose to perform her new pop-rock ballad, Never Be The Same. They hinted that Cabello decided on her own and informed them about her plans to leave the group through her representatives. When she expressed that she wanted to stay in the group while working on a solo album, she claims the other members shut her out instead.
"I just think she's going to have an unbelievable year, cause she's ... just so much fun", Elton said.
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"It became clear that it was not possible to do solo stuff and be in the group at the same time", she said.
With several hit songs, Cabello certainly made the right decision to go solo.
Camila worked very hard to make this album the best it can be, but she still doesn't see what she does as work.