She is one of the most talented and likeable young artists of the new breed of singers. Camila Cabello has earned a place in the industry and in the hearts of her fans.
Ten years ago, he participated in the X Factor program, where he was part of the Fifth Harmony group, with whom he tasted the honeys of success. But in 2016, she decided to leave her classmates and start her solo career. Her adventure that has brought her to Chile on several occasions, the last one was with Coldplay, last September.
Today, it is on the other side of the sidewalk. He is now the coach of the new generations with Gwen Stefani, John Legend and Blake Shelton in The Voice, which is broadcast exclusively for Latin America by Universal +.
“It’s been a super exciting year,” Camila tells us from New York. “I came from a singing competition show, so obviously I’m excited that I was considered to be a Coach on The Voice.”
The 26-year-old artist admits that this means a great responsibility, and that she thought about it a lot before accepting. “These shows give people opportunities, they have the power to fulfill dreams and change lives. That worried me at first, because we are all human and these decisions (to turn the chair) are impulsive and emotional.
“We have no filter and the jokes are ruder”
The backstage is a whole world. According to Cabello, it is “what you see on television but multiplied by ten. It is not edited and we do not have the filters to make it appear on national television, the jokes are ruder, we laugh too much, “she revealed openly.
And he also said that “after we eat, at lunch, at 5 in the afternoon everyone already has a little tequila, the real party begins in the backstage, which they don’t show on television,” he confesses with a laugh.
not sell the soul
For Camila, transmitting to her disciples the care for their artistic and psychological integrity is paramount. “So you are not selling your soul, people want to be famous and are willing to do whatever it takes to have more likes, for minutes of fame. For the new generations, that can be tempting.”
And along the same lines, he stressed: “You have to be true, work on being the most authentic version of you and it can be a slower path, and you may not have those two minutes of fame super fast, but that’s what it does. a long career and a community, a group of fans who understand you”.
If the Camila of today had told the Camila of ten years ago everything she has achieved, she would tell her: “don’t suck, you’re crazy, that doesn’t make sense”.
“In my first time singing in front of an audience, I saw little black dots because I thought I was going to faint, so to think that one day I would be in the position of coach, helping other artists who feel that they are going to faint, I don’t think so. I could have imagined,” he revealed.
“Everyone has beauty”
In June of this year, some photos of Camila in a bikini came out. The paparazzeo achieved notoriety because the interpreter wore her natural body, with curves and stretch marks. They generated a debate on networks about the demands of beauty and the stereotype of the perfect woman.
“The Cuban women in my family have all kinds of bodies, and every time they see me they tell me I’m too skinny, that I should eat more, and in the American world I’m not skinny enough,” she reflected.
And he stressed: “How boring the world would be if we all looked the same! They all have beauty.”
“Writing lyrics on my cell phone is more productive than reading comments”
On the other hand, the artist also thanked that there is a lot of Latin representation in the program, but that she is there to get the best out of each one “and they feel the most authentic version of them, and not of me”, referring to the fact that it only advises them and does not impose. Although in her career, she did promise a lot of Latin rhythm.
As he said, the great advice he can give to the new generations of voices is “protect yourself from things that are tempting for the ego.” The also actress acknowledged that she does not read the negative or positive comments of her social networks.
In fact, she prefers to be in a “bubble” and surround herself with people who inspire her. “Writing lyrics on my cell phone is more productive than reading people’s comments, it’s not healthy for anyone, it’s not necessary, it’s just a distraction,” she concluded.
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