Camila Cabello is among the biggest pop stars of our generation, delivering hits like "Señorita" and "Havana." Camila began her rise to stardom by competing on the TV talent competition show The X Factor in 2012, which led to the formation of the girl pop group Fifth Harmony. In 2016, she announced her departure from the pop group to pursue a solo career, where she has found most of her success.
Camila was born in Cojímar, Cuba, but moved to Miami, Florida with her mother when she was five years old. She attended Miami Palmetto High School, but dropped out in grade nine to focus on her singing career.
At the 2018 American Music Awards, Camila received the New Artist of the Year award, and her song "Havana," featuring Young Thug, earned her awards for Collaboration of the Year, Video of the Year, and Favorite Pop/Rock song. The following year, her song "Señorita" with Shawn Mendes earned the Collaboration of the Year award.
Camila is set to star in the upcoming movie Cinderella (2021), a modern take on the classic Disney story.
She is currently dating Canadian artist Shawn Mendes. ~Sean Olegario