Camila Cabello couldn't dance when she was younger but says her music career has ''pulled it out'' of her.
Camila Cabello couldn't dance when she was younger.
The former Fifth Harmony star - who showed off her impressive salsa moves in her recent 'Havana' music video - admits she was never really a dancer growing up but says her music career has ''pulled it out'' of her.
She said: ''To be honest, I never used to dance when I was little. I was super shy. I would cry at all the holiday parties when people started dancing, but music has pulled it out of me. My grandma, who is really proud, thought I was a lost cause [as far as dancing goes].''
And the 20-year-old singer wanted her music video to be like a ''love letter'' to her culture.
She added to People Chica: '''Havana' is like a love letter to my culture, to my heritage. It's a mix of the kind of music that I listened to growing up around the house and the kind of music that I listen to now.''
It comes after Camila confessed she feels much more ''comfortable in her skin'' now she is older.
She shared: ''I think as you grow, you start discovering more about yourself and getting more comfortable in your skin. And I think that's made me feel like I don't have to do as much anymore.
''I get to make all these decisions for myself, so I can just wear what I want to wear and I don't have to wear a lot of makeup if I don't want to. I guess I'm just more in tune with who I am and what I like and what I don't - and I have the freedom to do it.''
And whilst she is thrilled with her success, she misses having a ''normal social life experience''.
She explained: ''This isn't a 9-to-5 job. It's not like we clock in and then we're out, like we're living together. I don't have a normal social life experience. Like, I'm not going to school and then going to parties after and meeting people. At the same time, I still need to live life. I'm human and I need to hug people, I need to laugh with people, I need to cry with people. Like, I need that part.''
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