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Camila Cabello: See What The Singer did at UEFA Champions League Final, That got everyone talking [Video]

Camila Cabello’s performance during the UEFA Champions League final match between Liverpool FC and Real Madrid, Opening Ceremony at Stade de Franc on May 28, 2022 in Paris, gave soccer fans something to remember.

All you should know about Camila Cabello and her performance during the UEFA Champions League final match

Prior to the face-off between Liverpool and Real Madrid, the 25-year-old songstress delivered a colorful spectacle for thousands of fans at Stade de France in Paris as she put an end to fans mystery of “Who is singing at the UEFA Champions League 2022?”. The carnival-themed celebration, which Cabello paid homage to Cabello’s Latin heritage, featured a breathtaking medley of “Senorita,” “Bam Bam” and “Don’t Go Yet.”

In a recent interview with Billboard, Cabello discussed weaving elements of her Latin culture into her new music and into every aspect of her life. “My music, I always feel celebrates my heritage and my Cuban-Mexican heritage, so there’s going to be songs from Familia on there,” the singer said of the performance.

The performance was a natural fit for Cabello, who grew up watching the World Cup with her family every four years. “Out of every sport, it’s the only one I really understand and the one that gets me the most hyped,” she said. “I’ve always wanted to see a soccer game in person.”

Who is Camila Cabello?

Karla Camila Cabella Estrabao
Date of birth:
March 3, 1997
Havana, Cuba
Singer, songwriter, actress

Camila Cabello is an American singer, song-writer and actress. Born in Havana, Cuba in March 1997, she and her family moved to Miami, Florida when she was six.

Her breakthrough as a performing artist came when she appeared on television talent show The X Factor in 2012 and went on to form part of the girl band Fifth Harmony.

Cabello departed Fifth Harmony in 2016 having enjoyed a degree of success as a solo artist. She forged partnerships with Canadian singer Shawn Mendes and rapper Machine Gun Kelly, releasing a number of collaborations across 2015, 2016 and 2017.

She subsequently released her first solo album, the eponymously titled Camila, in 2018.

In 2021, Cabello starred in the musical film Cinderella, which was released on Amazon Prime Video. The Havana native appeared alongside a cast of established actors, including Minnie Driver and Pierce Brosnan.

She has also made a number of cameo appearances on television shows such as Saturday Night Live, Dancing on Ice and Saturday Night Takeaway.

Ahead of the 2022 Champions League final, Cabello revealed that she loves soccer, but does not appear to have a favourite team, though she was pictured in a Manchester City shirt in 2018 after performing in Manchester.

"Soccer is by far my favourite sport. It's the only sport I can watch, and I completely know what's going on. It’s the only sport my family really can enjoy," she told

"I wouldn't call myself a soccer fan compared to [the fans at the Stade de France], but I really do love it.

"There's been a few times that I have tried to go to games specifically to support [but] with my schedule, it just hasn't been able to happen. This is my first game, so I'm really, really excited.

"I can do a very good impersonation of how Latins do: 'Goooooaaaaal!' I've watched a lot of games with my family, and we can get really, really excited."

What are Camila Cabello's songs?
Cabello has produced an array of songs during her career, including a number of hits.

Among her notable tunes are 'Senorita', which she produced with Shawn Mendes, 'Havana' (featuring Young Thug) and 'Bad Things', with Machine Gun Kelly.

Cabello's solo albums include Camila (2018), Romance (2019) and Familia (2022).

As well as featuring on the soundtrack to the 2021 film Cinderella, she has also contributed as a featured artist on Ed Sheeran's 'South of the Border' and Mark Ronson's 'Find U Again'.

What is Camila Cabello's net worth?
Cabello's net worth is reported to stand between $14 million (£11m) and $18 million (£14m), according to Cosmopolitan.

Her earnings are believed to have increased significantly since her departure from Fifth Harmony and establishment as a solo artist, with three studio albums, a lead role in a musical and a number of tours following that decision.

Previous Champions League opening ceremony performers:

Stade de France, Paris
Camila Cabello

Estadio do Dragao, Portugal
Selena Gomez, Marshmello, Khalid

Estadio da Luz, Lisbon

Wanda Metropolitano, Madrid
Imagine Dragons

Olimpiyskiy Stadium, Kyiv
Dua Lipa, Sean Paul

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff
Black Eyed Peas

San Siro, Milan
Alicia Keys

Some of the biggest pop music icons in the world have performed in the Champions League opening ceremony.

Dua Lipa made such an impression along with Sean Paul in the 2018 final in Ukraine that Liverpool fans continue to sing her songs today.

The Black Eyed Peas played before Real Madrid's famous 4-1 win over Juventus at the Millennium Stadium in 2017, while others include Alicia Keys and Imagine Dragons.

Cabello has always been openly proud of her Latin culture, and on her recent studio album, Familia, that connection is deeply celebrated through vibrant instrumentals and a number of Spanish-language songs including “Celia,” “Hasta Los Dientes” featuring Maria Becerra and verses in Lola featuring Yotuel.

The UEFA Champions League final opening ceremony, presented by Pepsi, aired in more 200 countries and territories worldwide. Watch Cabello’s performance here.

Credits: Billboard, Goal

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