Camila Cabello Thought She Was Going to Die Before Her Album Came Out

What do you if you have a 4 a.m. wake up call for a national morning show to promote your solo album—after breaking away from super successful girl group Fifth Harmony?

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If you’re Camila Cabello, you got to bed early like 7 p.m. or 8 p.m. so you are well rested and fresh-faced to share Camilia, solo project, with millions of viewers. This sounds like a good idea, right? Not so much.

The Cuban singer was restless the entire night. In an Apple Music’s Beats 1 interview (see below), the Havana singer told host Zane Lowe that she couldn’t get any shut-eye. “My heart was beating so fast. I would just try to go to sleep, and then I would just get my phone and I'd be like, 'Did it come out yet?'"

Then, she must have thought she was in an episode of Criminal Minds or something because the 20-year-old believed her life was about to end. "I was trying to go to sleep and this lady came in, and she scared the bejeezus out of me… She was like, 'Hello?' I was so scared. I was like, ‘This is it. This is it. This is my last day and I didn't even get to see my album come out.’”

Thankfully, it was just housekeeping making sure the star had all the amenities needed to make her NYC stay comfy and cozy.

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Watch the rest of CC's interview and listen to her talk about changing the album’s title, features that didn't make the final cut, and her favorite two tracks (“Consequences” and “Never Be the Same”) below.



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