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Fans Are Grieving The Price For Concert Tickets To See Camila Cabello With Bruno Mars

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Camilizers are losing their minds after Camila Cabello announced that she will be the opening act for Bruno Mars’ “24K Magic Tour.” The response is everything you would expect: fans are shook and do not know what to do with themselves other than to celebrate the announcement. As confirmed by Cabello’s website, the Cuban-Mexican-American pop star will be touring with Mars from July 20 to August 22.

This was the tweet that set off a firestorm of excitement among Cabello fans on Twitter.

After all, it is pretty major to be touring with Mars.

People are excited for Cabello, who has proclaimed her love for Mars and his musical artistry.

“For years I’ve looked up to Bruno as a vocalist, musician, entertainer and artist, so….. I’m geeked ⚡️ ⚡️ ❤️ ❤️ ❤️,” Cabello tweeted in a follow-up tweet.

Like, they are very shook by this news.

Fans are so happy for Cabello striking out on her first solo tour that they are openly weeping.

Sure. She has performed at some pretty big venues as part of Fifth Harmony but this is her first solo tour. First. Solo. Tour.

Some fans are trying to figure out how to scrounge up enough money to go to the concert

If Joanne The Scammer can do it, so can you, right?

While others have admitted defeat and thrown in the tear-soaked towels.

The budget is not in your favor here.

A few fans are just going to throw their money at the wall and deal with being broke later.

But, mainly, fans are just so proud of Cabello following through with her solo dream.

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Carlos Martinez Is A Real MVP: He Treated 45 Dominican Workers To A Cardinals Game

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Carlos Martinez Is A Real MVP: He Treated 45 Dominican Workers To A Cardinals Game

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St. Louis Cardinals starting pitcher Carlos Martinez loves to go to Six Flags St. Louis. During a recent trip to Six Flags, the 25-year-old pelotero ran into several Dominicans who work at the theme park. Apparently, the workers love him as much as he loves Six Flags, so the pro-baller did what anyone with access to a ballpark would do: he invited all of them to a free game. Martinez paid for 45 tickets to yesterday’s game against the Cincinnati Reds (the Cardinals won 8 – 2). Maybe Martinez’s guests had something to do with that big win.

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“I went to Six Flags with my kids for a day and, since [the workers] are Dominican, they recognized me and approached me for a picture,” Martinez told MLB.com. “Then they got talking about their situation, talking about how they’re here working and that it’s been a hard adjustment. I am so used to helping with charities that it really touched me, especially since they were from the Dominican. They had never been to St. Louis. They had never been to a Cardinals game. So I wanted to help them and welcome them into the city and gift them these tickets.”

MLB.com reports that some of them had never been to a baseball game.

“I really like giving back to the community and back to the kids I see myself reflected in,” Martinez told MLB.com. “Because when I was in that position or even when I was growing up, I had no one that mentored me, much less anyone that invited me to a big league game, not even in the Dominican League. God has put me in the position to be able to help and give back to the community.”

By the looks of it, it seems like now they’re not just fans of Martinez, but of baseball, too.

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H/T: Carlos Martinez invited the St. Louis Six Flags cleaning crew to hang with him at Busch Stadium

READ: Latino Baseball Players Talk About The Culture Clash They Experience Playing For MLB

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