The Reason Camila Cabello Missed her Quinceañera is Awesome…and Other Stuff

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Camila Cabello of Fifth Harmony has a heart of gold and an inspiring story. We caught up with the Cuban-Mexican beauty to talk about the things that matter most to her: family, food and the American dream. Here’s what we learned:

She Ditched Her Quinceañera to Compete in The X Factor

She Gets Her Warrior Spirit from Her Mami

is it socially acceptable to wear this around everywhere and run away and become a warrior princess?

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Cartoons Taught Her English

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Cuban-born Cabello was only five when her family moved to Mexico. A year later, her family moved to Miami. Living in the United States meant having to learn English. “I just watched a lot of cartoons and TV. I started off just watching Maya and Miguel and The Disney Channel.  We never had the Disney Channel in Cuba so it was the greatest thing on earth.”

She’ll Give You Squad-Envy

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Or Taylor Swift’s Instagram. You’ll see Camila there, too.

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Even Though Fifth Harmony Didn’t Win X Factor, It Made Her Stronger

She Loves Meeting Fans 

Camilla Cabello fan

She’s Not Much of a Prankster

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And Can Eat Mexican Food All Day

@latina #5HOnLatina ????

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If there was a Tumblr about Her Everyday Life, It Would Look Like This:

I just wanna cuddle @dinahjane97

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She’s Grateful for Her Shot at the American Dream

aloha au ia oe Hawaii

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