Over the weekend, Camila Cabello experienced a stage crasher during her performance at Lollapalooza Chile 2018, but it wasn't as drastic as your usual case of set interrupters. If anything, this incident felt somewhat, erm, personal.
Following acts like Chance the Rapper and Zara Larsson on Saturday (March 17), the former Fifth Harmony bandmate took the stage and appeared caught off-guard when the unknown interrupter walked towards her mid-song. As she was performing "Bad Things," her mega-collab with Machine Gun Kelly, the brunette woman speedily walked across the stage and pushed the 21-year-old singer on the shoulder right in front of the entire audience. Watch the moment unravel in the clip below!
Thankfully, Cabello seems to be taking the incident in stride and hasn't even acknowledged the stage crasher, prioritizing the beautiful crowd before anything else. "Thanks for showing me so much love yesterday. To feel the magic of my Latin people is probably one of the things I needed most and you made me feel at home. I can not wait to show them all the photos we have," the singer wrote in Spanish to her 6.52 million Twitter followers. Meanwhile, Camilizers aren't exactly letting up and the hunt for the unknown "stage hater" continues.
Vogue Mexico's new cover star recently performed at the 2018 iHeartRadio Music Awards and if you liked what you saw, you can catch her embark on her own for her first solo headlining trek, which is appropriately named after her new single, "Never Be The Same." For the 16-date tour, the former 5H bandmate will hit major cities including Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Denver, Boston, London, and Toronto. She'll continue on with dates in Amsterdam, Berlin, Barcelona, and Madrid. As previously announced, she'll also join Charli XCX as an opening act for Swift's "reputation Stadium Tour" later this year.
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