Camila Cabello has admitted she ''always has a crush on somebody'', but rarely has the time to fall in love.
Camila Cabello has admitted she ''always has a crush on somebody''.
The 20-year-old singer has never had a serious relationship because of her hectic schedule, but that doesn't mean she doesn't dream of one day finding her one true love, as she claims she rarely goes without having feelings for someone in her life.
She said: ''The way that I have worked makes it hard on relationships, on friendships, even health. I always have a crush on somebody. It's just how I am! It's boring without that. A girl's gotta daydream!''
Camila found fame with Fifth Harmony before departing the group in 2016, and although she's gearing up to drop her debut solo album later this month, she likes to spend her free time pretending she isn't famous.
She said: ''I do like to forget that I'm a singer or somebody that's famous. In LA, it was hard to have people just look at me as a 20-year-old kid. It was like I didn't really have a life outside of the studio.''
The 'Havana' singer has many life goals that don't involve music at all, and she hopes to spend some time living in Spain in the future.
Speaking to Rolling Stone magazine, she said: ''I want to be able to go to Italy, to live in Spain for a few years. I want to go to New York and get my apartment, and I want to fall in love. I really do want to live. I just want to be a kid sometimes.''
Meanwhile, the 'Crying in the Club' hitmaker previously revealed she'd love to be a barista, because she wants to ''fall in love'' with a customer.
Asked what she would be doing if she wasn't a singer, Camila said: ''I would want to work in a coffee shop. Actually, one day I would still like to work in a coffee shop, because I have this dream of meeting someone in a coffee shop, and falling in love with them and talking to them every day. And they only come to the coffee shop to get my coffee. But it's not because my coffee's good. It's because they like me. I'm going to apply tomorrow to the nearest coffee shop.''