Watch Camila Cabello Slay At An Impression Challenge While Singing ‘Havana’ As Different Celebrities
We never really considered Camila Cabello a triple threat. Sure, she can sing and dance. But act? That all changed when we saw the “Havana” singer do improv celebrity impersonations on live TV. As for full acting, maybe not yet. However, we did witness that she is ready to do some voice over work.
We’ve seen Camila Cabello do a modest impersonation of Marilyn Monroe.
Cabello — dressed in pink and diamonds — performed “Havanna” at the 2018 iHeartRadio Music Awards. We were totally there for her “Diamonds Are A Girl’s Best Friend” outfit and personality.
On June 9, Cabello was at Capital FM’s Summertime Ball in London and was asked to act out celebrity impersonation on the spot.
Each celebrity impersonation featured Cabello singing her hit single “Havana.” Tbh, there was a pretty high bar here. Ariana Grande totally killed her impersonation challenge on Jimmy Fallon and again on Saturday Night Live. Even Christina Aguilera rocked her take on Jimmy Fallon. Here are just three of the people that Cabello was tasked with impersonating while singing her hit song “Havana.”
The first person she impersonated with none other than Niall Horne.
If you don’t know, he is one of the guys from One Direction that totally rocked the world while in the boy band. Now, he is doing his own solo thing and recently released a song with Latin pop royalty J Balvin.
Then, Cabello impersonated the queen of pop, Britney Spears.
She slayed those dance moves, for sure. Even her little throat noises were on point. Clearly she is a fan.
Of course they would have her impersonate the latest musical sensations, Dominican Cardi B.
But she totally dropped the ball on this one and ruined the whole game.
Here’s the entire clip below.
We bet Saturday Night Live is going to be book Cabello next season.
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