Camila Cabello Goes From Flamenco Dancer To Olympic Swimmer For 'Havana' At EMA
2017-11-14 | Total Views: 9679 | Author: AIO NewsCamila Cabello dropped "Havana" back in September, but the song continues to heat up even as the weather gets colder.Tags: camila cabello > music > Camila Cabello Goes From Flamenco Dancer To Olympic Swimmer For 'Havana' At EMA
For her latest "Havana" rendition, Cabello structured the performance in four acts: a more conventional choreographed take for the first verse, a flamenco-inspired explosion for the second, a simmering and intimate pause (in place of where Young Thug's verse usually goes), and an out-of-nowhere finish involving synchronized swimming — all in under four minutes.
Cabello also took home the award for Best Pop, beating out competitors Shawn Mendes (who had a big night anyway), Demi Lovato, Miley Cyrus, and Taylor Swift.
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