Camila Cabello admits her and her family cried ''several times'' watching her nostalgic 'Never Be the Same' music video, which features clips from poignant moments of her childhood and career.
Camila Cabello cried ''several times'' watching her nostalgic 'Never Be the Same' music video.
The 'Havana' hitmaker confessed she was in tears as she and her family reflected on her childhood and career.
She wrote on Twitter: ''This is a thank you from the bottom of my heart for always being here for me and for all the memories we've made together this year. I frickin love you all so much and PS my family and I cried several times watching this back. IT'S END OF THE YEAR EMO TIME. (sic)''
The music video begins with clips of Camila's childhood before progressing into clips from the last year since she has gone solo after parting ways with Fifth Harmony.
Meanwhile, Camila previously revealed there is a lot of ''breaking barriers'' in the music industry right now.
She said: ''I think that the good thing about social media and the internet is that I feel like it makes the world smaller and it just kind of breaks down barriers between languages, between people, between cultures, and I think that might have something to do with that. I've been listening to Spanish music forever because that's just not even Spanish music to me, it's just music. But I feel like with everything that's gone on this year and also with groups like K-pop groups performing on American award shows and making their way into the mainstream American industry, I just feel like there's a lot of just breaking barriers. Which I think is super beautiful, and I don't know exactly what there is to credit for that, but I'm definitely glad it's happening.''
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