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Camilizers Shared Their #GloUpWithCamila Pics And They Are Priceless

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We all met Camila Cabello when she was a baby faced 15-year-old auditioning for “The X Factor.” Since that first audition, we knew she was presidente of Dorksville, and wasn’t afraid to show it. Six years later and Camilizers all grew up alongside the now 21-year-old, chart topping Cabello.

The OG stanners inspired a #GloUpWithCamila hashtag that has us all tearing up. Here’s the best of the best.

1. Mira ese bebé.

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She even dressed up as Cabello in the “Work from Home” video in her first picture. How adorable can somebody be?

2. Though fans loved using the hashtag to show Cabello’s glo up.

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Good thing Cabello knows how to take a joke. Otherwise, this could be very uncomfortable.

3. Cabello is owning all of it because of course she is.

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Not only does she get in on the jokes, she shows that not a lot has changed.

4. For Camilizers, meeting Cabello has changed everything.

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Cabello’s music has matured and evolved along with us, and it truly feels like we’ve all grown up together.

5. Plus, it’s extra cute to see baby Cabello.

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In a very cute red beret. Very 2012.

6. Even cooler is seeing fans grow up.

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We all used to cry to our mami’s begging them to take us to Cabello concerts. Fortunately, some of us really get to make those dreams come true.

7. Meanwhile, some fans are having serious FOMO.

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Like, how are people just always around Cabello? How is this a thing? How can I become one of these people?

8. Others have made creative solutions.

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Look, it’s me. Yes my skin was pink and my hair was orange, but it makes my glo up so much better.

9. “I saw you doing weird and cute things.”

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An eyewitness account of what we all suspect to be very, very true: Cabello is the Dork of all dorks.

10. Mostly fans are talking about how Camila has inspired them.

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Seeing someone own their full selves and love themselves is confidence-inspiring. Cabello has grown up, sure, but the fame hasn’t changed her.

11. It seems like Cabello is always excited to meet a fan.

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Like how does she look flawless in all these pictures? Teach me your cat-eye.

12. We’re “real life adults now.”

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UGH. It’s the worst, but even awko taco Cabellois the best.

13. Algunos Camilizers posted a glo up anyway.

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Because you don’t have to meet Cabello to be changed by her. Some transformations aren’t even physical. They’re the best kind.

14. “Without her I wouldn’t be alive”

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Bottom line: Cabello is inspiring young women to love themselves and be the best versions of themselves. We’re here for that.

15. I’m obsessed with this fan’s glo up.

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I had no idea that the prayer hands and friendship bracelets survived the 90’s into the 2010’s.

16. Of course, feeling affirmed by your favorite artist is the icing on that rainbow torta.

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ICYMI, Cuba is not the most accepting place for it’s LGBT community. It’s downright dangerous to live there as an openly queer Cubanx.

17. While most of us probably don’t have the resources to see Cabello not just once, but twice…

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IT’S FINE. I’M FINE.

read: I’m not fine. Tengo todo el celoso.

18. It is pretty cute to see the love in these pics.

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Mira esas muñeca lindas!!! I’m screaming.

19. For now, this is most of our glo up’s.

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There’s not much to see here, but Cabello’s effects are intangible, como el espirtú santo. Thank you, Camila, for breathing life into all of us.


READ: Camila Cabello Is The Queen Of Airport Photoshoots, And Here’s Proof

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These 9 International Entertainers Are Giving Asian Latinos Representation In Every Industry

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These 9 International Entertainers Are Giving Asian Latinos Representation In Every Industry

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Once again, a movie with a diverse and predominately persons of color cast is proving the power of diversity in entertainment. “Crazy Rich Asians,” the first film to have an all-Asian cast in a quarter century since “The Joy Luck Club,” closed its opening weekend with over $25 million in North American theaters. Oh, and one of the actors has Latino roots. If producers, directors, screenwriters haven’t noticed, audiences want leading stars who look like them and stories that encompass their experiences growing up. After all, representation matters.

To honor the stellar cast, screenwriters and novelist behind “Crazy Rich Asians,” we’re introducing you to nine Asian-Latino entertainers who are making a path in entertainment both in the U.S. and Latin America.

1. Ana Gabriel: Singer and Composer

Known for her unequivocal raspy voice, the “Quién Como Tú” singer has Chinese heritage by way of her maternal grandfather. The Mexican-Chinese singer is one of the greatest voices in Latin America and that’s just a fact.

2. Harry Shum Jr.: Actor

Harry Shum Jr. danced his way into our hearts as Mike Chang on “Glee” and has since appeared in several other films, including the hit movie “Crazy Rich Asians.” He was born in Costa Rica and relocated with his family to San Francisco when he was 6 years old.

3. Bruno Mars: Singer

Many of us know Bruno Mars has Asian Latino roots—his father is half Puerto Rican, half Ashkenazi Jewish, while his mother was born in the Philippines. But you probably didn’t know Bruno Mars was nicknamed ‘Bruno’ by his father after the wrestler Bruno Sammartino. The singer’s real nombre is Peter Gene Hernandez.

4. Tatyana Ali: Actress

Now this is a story all about how Tatyana Ali (who portrayed Ashley Banks on the emblematic ‘90s show “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air”) has Indo-Trinidadian roots from her father who was born in Trinidad & Tobago, and Panamanian roots via her mother. Apart from her acting career, Ali has been active in politics after graduating from Harvard as a government and African-American studies major.

5. Barbara Mori: Actress

Mori is an actress, model and producer who rose to fame in Mexico. Her paternal grandfather was Japanese, and she grew up moving between Uruguay and Mexico City before settling in Mexico City at the age of 12. One of her most popular telenovela works is “Amor descarado.”

6. Jasmine Villegas : Singer

The 24-year-old singer signed with Sony at the age of 16 and appeared on Justin Bieber’s “Baby” music video. She has both Mexican and Filipino roots. Did you know she even dated the Biebs for a bit? Es-can-da-lo.

7. Daniella Alonso: Actress

Alonso is Puerto Rican on her mother’s side and Peruvian and Japanese on her father’s side. The actress is best know for her roles as Anna Taggarro in “One Tree Hill” and Missy in “The Hills Have Eyes II.”

8. Leonardo Nam: Actor

Nam was born in Buenos Aires and is of Korean descent. After growing up in Australia, the actor moved to New York to pursue his dream of acting. You might recognize him from his role as Lutz in “Westworld.”

9. Akihiro Sato: Model

Brazil has the largest Asian Latino population in Latin America, and one of the entertainers making up part of that over 2 million regional population is male model Akihiro Sato. The 34-year-old is graced with chiseled abs and cheekbones and is part Japanese by way of his father and Brazilian via his mother.


READ: 11 Awesome Ways Latinos And Filipinos Are Totally Connected

Were you surprised any of these entertainers had Asian Latino heritage? Let us know in the comments and share this article with your friends!

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