Camila Cabello quietly dropped a YouTube documentary titled Made In Miami on Tuesday (Feb. 27), which follows her family and life in Miami. Featuring stories and videos from her childhood, along with interviews with Cabello and her family members, the doc gives Camilizers a deeper look into the almost 21-year-old singer's journey to stardom.
In addition to the new documentary, the “Havana” singer also hosted her own live Q&A, in which she answered fan’s questions about her upcoming tour and the documentary. She also showed off her new puppy, a 7-week-old black German shepherd named Thunder.
Of the documentary, Cabello says, “It’s the most I’ve ever let people in before. I’m a private person. That’s why I’m bad at social media!” She said, explaining that she doesn’t tweet as much as she should.
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The documentary, now on YouTube, tells the story of how Cabello’s childhood and family. “Getting to share our story and shed light on immigrants immigration issues. I’m really proud of it. I’m so influenced by Miami, which is why I never left. This is always gonna be my home. It made me.”
Cabello also teased her upcoming Never Be The Same Tour, which kicks off this spring. “I'm so excited about the show. It’s gonna be more than just me singing the songs, it’s gonna be a journey. You guys are gonna have a magical time," Cabello said. When asked if she’s going to sing unreleased songs on tour, she teased, “I guess that's something you’ve just gotta see.”