In her lately launched mini-movie for “Havana,” #Camila #Cabello performs two (a lot) totally different characters. There’s the bespectacled homebody Karla, who’d quite watch telenovelas together with her abuelita than exit, and Camila, a horny, #confident heartbreaker who steps on boys’ hearts simply as effortlessly as she twirls across the dance flooring.
Now, Cabello has revealed simply how genuine these two alter-egos actually are. In a brand new behind-the-scenes #video from “#Havana,” the pop star reminds us that her actual first identify is actually Karla and her center identify — and extra outgoing second self — is Camila.
“My family always called me Camila. When I came to school in the Untied States, I was really, really shy and the teachers started calling me Karla,” she stated. “In my life, I push myself to do a lot of things that make me uncomfortable, and that’s how I started dancing. That’s how I feel like I found myself — through Camila and performance and music, as that confident video #vixen. They’re both over-exaggerated personas of me.”
Cabello lately stated one thing just like a fan on Twitter: “Karla and Camila represent two parts of my personality, but Karla in the movie is who I really am and always have been.”
That additionally echoes what LeJuan James, the actor who performs her grandmother within the “Havana” video, informed MTV News. He defined, “The persona Camila plays in the video, it’s really who she is. She’s really a homebody. … Her and her grandmother really had those conversations about ‘you need to go out more, Camila, get out and live.’”
So there you’ve gotten it: “Karla” and “Camila” are each integral sides of Cabello’s character — and in “Havana,” we get to see each of them come to life.