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Camila Cabello says she’s in ‘good place’ with Fifth Harmony bandmates 6 years after split

Camila Cabello

The ‘Havana’ hitmaker sings about her former girl group on her upcoming album.

Camelaca below The world is ready to see his new music and his new look at life. The pop star, who is promoting her upcoming third studio album titled Familia, opened up about overcoming a tough time, while she sat down to record it. “I was like a really kind of sh**ty place, like mental health,” she said in a recent interview. Reuters, “Obviously I want to make good songs, but for me, it’s just like, I want to have a good time in the studio today and feel safe and feel relaxed and feel like I’m true to myself. Am.”

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Camila Cabello said that she is in a “good place” with her former bandmates from Fifth Harmony. (shutterstock)

She said that the third album allowed her to become “human” in a “more grounded space”. She continued, “My first two albums were like late teens, early 20s – I had a lot of anxiety making those albums.”

The studio effort has allowed her to be in the “good place” with members of her former girl group Fifth Harmony, which she left in 2016 to pursue a solo career. Camilla said of the other members, “We’ve been supportive of each other like DMs and stuff.” Eli Brooke, Normani, Dinah Jane And Lauren Jauregui. “I’m in a really good place with them.”

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Camilla left Fifth Harmony in 2016 to pursue a solo career. (Charles Sykes/InVision/AP/Shutterstock)

Camilla also dropped a line about her former bandmates on a song from the new album titled “Psychofreak”. She sings: “I don’t blame the girls for how it fell.” Camilla explained, “That song is basically about anxiety and all those different things that made it kind of my journey with anxiety and being really young in the industry.”

A cordial relationship between the ladies is good news for fans, as Camilla’s departure was nothing short of a drama. At the group’s first outing without Camilla at the 2017 MTV VMAs, the remaining four members appeared to taunt her by opening their song with the fifth silhouette of a woman falling outside the stage. At the time, Camilla said she was hurt and called the move “petty”. the new York Times,

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