Camila Cabello Stopped By ‘Good Morning America’ To Play Her Biggest Hits

Mike Nied | July 20, 2018 1:08 pm

Camila Cabello kicked off her morning by revisiting her biggest hits. The 21-year-old stopped by Good Morning America to perform for their Summer Concert Series this morning (July 20). Taking the stage in New York City’s Central Park, she worked her way through four tracks off her debut album, Camila. Unsurprisingly, she opened the set with her breakout hit, “Havana.” Joined by a crew of dancers and a live band, she bounded across the stage in flowing red pants and a cropped white shirt. After a lengthy breakdown complete with a choreographed routine and a sing-along moment, the siren moved into her Top 10 hit, “Never Be The Same.” The ethereal track is a live highlight, and today’s rendition was no exception.

From there, things got a little more surprising. Slowing down, the pop princess sat down at a piano to treat the audience to the first televised performance of her standout ballad, “Consequences.” With red rose petals under her feet, it was a quiet moment complimented by her evocative vocals. She capped things off with another television debut of the simmering mid-tempo, “In The Dark.” Notably absent on the setlist was her Pharrell Williams duet “Sangria Wine.” The pair dropped the slinky banger as a stand-alone single earlier this summer, but it has received minimal promotion. As a result it floundered on the Billboard Hot 100.

Another surprise is that she opted out of performing the Skrillex-produced “She Loves Control.” After amassing more than 100 million streams on Spotify, it is one of the most streamed non-singles on her album. Rumor has it that she will be releasing it as an official single in the near future. It seems like a missed opportunity to not perform it today. Camila will cap off her night with a performance in New Jersey where she joins Taylor Swift on her Reputation Stadium Tour. Check out footage from her morning set below!

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