Camila Cabello does not hold a grudge against the former members of the band Fifth Harmony of which she was a part. In an interview with Variety , she says that the negative feelings have disappeared over the years.

Camila Cabello left the Fifth Harmony girl group at the end of 2016 to get a solo career off the ground. After Cabello announced her departure, problems arose between the singer and the band members through social media who were not happy with her decision.

In the meantime, Cabello thinks, although she says she has not kept in touch with former girlfriends Lauren Jauregui, Normani Kordei, Ally Brooke and Dinah Jane. "That is not because we are enemies, but because our lives have turned out differently," said Cabello.

"If I met them at an award ceremony, I would just say goodbye to them and that would be great. It's like we started all over again, because so much time has passed," the singer explains.

Cabello: "I don't want to live like a celebrity"

Cabello, currently scoring a hit with her duet Senorita with Shawn Mendes, is ready with the attention that the tabloid press is devoting to a possible relationship between the two artists. "I find it very uncomfortable to see photos of myself that I had no idea they were taken. I honestly hate that. I don't want to live like a celebrity and always have to make myself up before I go out the door step. "

Cabello released her debut album Camila in 2018 with the hits Havana and Never Be The Same . In addition to the collaboration with Mendes, she recently also recorded the song Find U Again with producer Mark Ronson.


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