Camila Cabello Reveals Why She's In Love With The UAE

We're not surprised, obviously
Camila Cabello Reveals Why She's In Love With The UAE
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Camila Cabello has officially fallen for the UAE. The Cuban-American singing sensation performed at the RedFest DXB 2019 music festival in Dubai over the weekend - and judging by her social media, she loved every minute of her time in the Middle East.

Before she took to the stage to perform hits including Havana and Never Be the Same, the 21-year-old visited the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi.

She gushed of the experience: "I love the feeling of being humbled by travelling to another place and experiencing a completely different culture, it makes you realise how small your world is in comparison to how big the world actually is; how you’re only living one version in a million of the human experience."

The former Fifth Harmony singer added: "But at the same time travel makes you realise we’re not really all that different. I wore a hijab to be respectful when visiting this mosque and at the store this really sweet girl helped me put it on. We didn’t speak the same language, but she was smiling as she helped me, and it felt like she was a close friend."

Camila also made time for a trip to the desert, and afterwards she told her fans she was 'desperate to see more.' "Never in my life did I think I would see a place like this, I urge anyone to save up to travel, and not like a beach/ resort type thing, but to a place that couldn’t be more different than what you know - it changes your life and mind in every way possible and is one of (and arguably the most) the greatest, most humbling adventures of living. Getting to see places like this just makes me desperate to see more".

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One of my favorite people Anthony Bourdain once said, “it seems that the more places I experience, the bigger I realize the world to be”- it’s so true, I love the feeling of being humbled by traveling to another place and experiencing a completely different culture, it makes you realize how small your world is in comparison to how big the world actually is; how you’re only living one version in a million of the human experience. But at the same time travel makes you realize we’re not really all that different. i wore a hijab to be respectful when visiting this mosque and at the store this really sweet girl helped me put it on. We didn’t speak the same language, but she was smiling as she helped me, and it felt like she was a close friend. I can’t really describe it, but experiences like this give me such a special feeling of being really close to and really loving people see you tonight, Dubai

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Post-concert, Camila tweeted: “I’ve got so much love to my fans from the Middle East. I didn’t realise there were so many of you out there.”

Oh we're here, Camila, so don't leave us waiting too long for your return!