Karla Camila Cabello Estrabao was born on March 3, 1997, in Cojímar, Havana, Cuba.

Moved to Miami, Florida, with her family at the age of five. Initially auditioned for "The X Factor" as a solo artist in 2012.

Became a member of the girl group Fifth Harmony after "The X Factor" auditions. The group gained popularity and success with hits like "Work From Home" and "Worth It".

Cabello left Fifth Harmony in December 2016 to pursue a solo career.

Released "Havana" in 2017, which became a massive commercial success and propelled her solo career.

Released her debut solo album "Camila" in 2018, which debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 chart.

Followed up with successful singles like "Never Be the Same", "Senorita" with Shawn Mendes, and "Liar".

Appeared in the 2021 film adaptation of "Cinderella", where she played the titular character.

Embraces her Cuban heritage in her music, incorporating elements of Latin pop and reggaeton into her songs.

Known for her high-profile relationship with singer Shawn Mendes, which began in 2019.

Advocates for immigrant rights and has spoken out about her own experiences as a Cuban immigrant in the United States.

Multiple Grammy nominations and awards, including Billboard Music Awards and MTV Video Music Awards. Recognized as one of the most influential Latinx artists in the industry.

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