Fifth Harmony's Camila Cabello doesn't need to tell you how to pronounce her name anymore. After years of displaying her Twitter name as "camEEla cabeYO," the "Work from Home" singer has now dropped the phonetics, much to the shock of dedicated Harmonizers.
Cabello made the change without warning or announcement on Monday night (March 14). The move shouldn't have been much of a surprise for 5H fans - Cabello's star has been rising both as a member of Fifth Harmony and as a solo singer (with her Shawn Mendes collaboration "I Know What You Did Last Summer").
And now she doesn't need to tell you how to pronounce her name, changing her Twitter display name simply to "Camila Cabello."
As with any move Fifth Harmony makes, Cabello's new display name did not go by unnoticed, quickly rising to the top of the Twitter trending charts. And fans couldn't help but notice how much Cabello has changed since her days on The X Factor. Long gone are the days of bows on her head and a quirky Twitter account...
in loving memory of camEEla cabeYo pic.twitter.com/0zyLMllffR
— babel (@chillcamz) March 15, 2016
Camila changed the iconic "CamEEla CabeYo" display name pic.twitter.com/7TdZhbQKn8 — Aaisha (@CabeYofeels) March 15, 2016
Does it ever drive you crazy...just how fast the night changes. R.I.P camEEla cabeYo 2012-2016. pic.twitter.com/PYvzFVFn1v
— juanjo (@endlessbrooke) March 15, 2016
"CamEEla CabeYo is gone" pic.twitter.com/c9YFJYmGuH — s (@allysdelrey) March 15, 2016
i miss CamEEla CabeYo. it's the end of an amazing phase that consisted of bows and polkadots and cuteness.
— ally (@cobaltjanes) March 15, 2016
And though Cabello may be growing up, that's not necessarily a bad thing. A more mature Fifth Harmony released the sensual new single "Work from Home" earlier this month. The girl group's sophomore album 7/27 is set to be released May 20.