Camila Cabello, who rose to fame as a member of the girl quintet Fifth Harmony, which was formed in 2012 on Simon Cowell’s pop star search show “The X Factor” in the United States, claims she has learned to prioritize her mental health.
Cabello stated of her job, “If it’s hurting my mental health in a negative manner, I’ll say no and do it in a different way.”
Cabello made her acting debut in Kay Cannon’s new adaptation of the “Cinderella” fairy tale as the title heroine.
According to the female first, a website in the UK, she also discussed the affection she receives from her followers whenever she is body-shamed or criticized.
“There will be a community of women who have heard me talk about how it makes me feel and who support me the next time there are images of me with my belly out. In an interview with HUNGER magazine, she remarked, “And that is honestly really freeing.”
The “Havana” singer is preparing to release her third solo album, “Familia,” later this year, and has cited Billie Eilish’s recent album, “Happier Than Ever,” as a key source of inspiration.
“I read this comment from Billie where she said, I wasn’t afraid, it wasn’t forced, there was no pressure, it was just very nice,” she explained. And I feel the same way about the making of this album.”
Camila recently discussed her work-related anxiety and how she was able to overcome it via treatment during the lockdown.
Camila told an outlet, “Opening up about my experience during the difficult days,” “I was exhausted before the lockdown. I was suffering from a severe case of anxiousness. It was excessive, and it could not be sustained. I felt as if I were jogging on a broken leg, but I wasn’t paying attention to how I was feeling.”