Camila Cabello Nailed Jimmy Fallon’s #SummerSongs Game With Fan-Submitted Lyrics
These jams are perfect for your next pool party.
Camila Cabello was on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” to promote her highly-anticipated album “The Healing, The Hurting, The Loving,” which will drop later this year. Of course, Jimmy Fallon stayed true to his brand and had Cabello play a game called Hashtags: #SummerSongs. It’s a game where fans submit made-up “lyrics” using #SummerSongs. The performer must sing the lyrics regardless of how ridiculous they are. Camilizers did not disappoint with the song lyrics they suggested.
Of course, a couple of the lyrics were based on her music, like these lines, which were based on “I Have Questions.”The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon / YouTube
“Number one, tell why did you get burned / When I know that you’ve got sunscreen in your purse #SummerSongs,” tweeted @Skippycabello.
One fan even pulled out “I Know What You Did Last Summer,” an old duet with Shawn Mendes.The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon / YouTube
“I know what you did last summer / Dropped my ice cream, what a bummer / I know what you did last summer / It melted on my shoe #summersongs,” tweeted @IntoYouCabello.
And one fan brought Adele’s “Hello” back to make it a summer smash.The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon / YouTube
“Hello from the water slide / I must have rode a thousand times #SummerSongs,” tweeted @Overtired_Katie.
It’s clear that Cabello was totally down for this game and she kinda nailed it.The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon / YouTube
Much like Ariana Grande on SNL, this challenge proved that Cabello is doing exactly what she should be doing in life: singing.
Cabello also performed “Crying In The Club” on the show. Check it out below.
This also did not disappoint.
READ: Camila Cabello Told MTV That Their Performance Was Going To Bring Lots Of ‘Latin Sass’ And ‘Latin Power’ To The Awards Show, And This Is How It Went Down
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