[VIDEO] Ellen DeGeneres Was Shook When Camila Cabello Told Her The Odd Way She Used Hand Warmers To Stay Warm
That’s a very interesting way to keep warm in the winter.
“Havana” singer Camila Cabello has been everywhere lately promoting her debut album, “Camila”. Her latest stop was on “The Ellen Show” and the Cuban-Mexican-American pop star shared some very personal details about her New Year’s Eve performance in New York City.
Cabello was raised in Miami so temperatures below 60 are likely to trigger a state of emergency for her. So what did the singer do to stay warm while performing during the second coldest New Year’s Eve in New York City’s history?
She took hand warmers and put them down the front of her pants. That’s right. The hand warmers were placed over her underwear and under her pants to keep her from getting too cold, according to what she told Ellen DeGeneres.
“It helped a lot,” Cabello told a skeptical and amused looking DeGeneres. “It helped a lot because I feel like, first of all, it was great. I don’t know why but it was great and I couldn’t put them on my toes because then it makes the shoe uncomfortable and this was the only place that I could do it.”
DeGeneres face literally represented everyone’s reaction when they heard this.
That’s the face of someone who is confused, a little embarrassed, and very curious about what exactly is going on.
“It was great,” Cabello continued to ramble. “I was out there like, ‘Havana oh-na-na.”
Yeah. Cabello admitted that the hand warmers on her special place reminded her of Havana.
Who hasn’t had a moment like this, tbh? Stay you, Camila. Don’t ever change.