Camila Cabello showcases her festival figure as she arrives to Coachella in sexy crop top and denim cut-offs
Camila Cabello put her festival body on display as she arrived to Coachella on Saturday.
The songstress, 25, showcased her abs and legs as she hit up the bash in Indio, California.
Camila looked every inch the trendy festival goer in a white bra style crop top and denim cut-offs.
She strutted through the grounds in a pair of bright green and white Nike trainers.
The Havana hit-maker tied an emerald green bandana around her long, brunette tresses, several of which were braided.
She accessorized the ensemble with layers of gold choker necklaces, delicate hoop earrings, and lime green sunglasses.
A fresh slick of lip gloss and dusting of rosy blush accentuated her natural beauty.
Camila brought fans inside her Coachella experience on her Instagram Stories, where she posted various videos of her desert adventures including one of her hanging out in the backyard of a house in her festival attire.
Using a filter to give herself devil ears, the songstress did a little shimmy as she puckered up her camera.
The outing comes after Camila got real about her mental health struggles during an interview with Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1.
The singer revealed her anxiety prevented her from ‘functioning’ as she started working on her latest album Familia.
‘For a while, it was a couple months where I didn’t go back in the studio. I was just doing therapy,’ she admitted. ‘I was literally not functioning. I felt not able to work. And I found a therapist that everything they said really resonated with me.
‘And part of that healing was going in the studio and being like, “I’m not going to do it if it’s not fun. It’s not going to be a performance. I can’t take it. Literally I won’t do it.”
‘It has to be something that helps me in feeling better and getting better because I can’t take this as a source of anxiety or stress. I just won’t do it.’
She also discussed embracing therapy at this time: ‘My anxiety became something that did not allow me to function, that isolated me. What I was looking for so desperately, whether it came in the from of me in the studio or not, was connection and being seen.
‘And that’s why, for me, it was so important to be with people. Not forget about the music. I just was like, “I need to be able to trust and feel safe with the people that I’m making this music with. I need to be able to talk about these things. I need to be able to…”
‘It really came down to, outside of being an artist, what we’re all looking for, which is connection with other people. And I think sometimes mental health stuff can make you isolate, and then that isolation makes your mental health a lot worse. And it’s kind of like this vicious cycle.’
Nowadays, Camilla’s mental health has significantly improved.
‘I’m in a much better place right now in terms of anxiety and mental health, like the best I’ve ever been. Like I’m great. I’m so great now,’ she said.
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