Niall Horan has covered Camila Cabello's song "Crying In the Club." The 21-year-old singer is said to be delighted with his rendition.
Horan, who used to be part of One Direction, sang "Crying In the Club" during his show in Killarney, Ireland last weekend. Hours after his performance was uploaded to social media, Cabello reposted it.
She captioned the post with several clapping hands emoji.
WOWEEEEEE @NiallOfficial https://t.co/3VTrTwQKVO — camila (@Camila_Cabello) March 11, 2018
Camila Cabello Performs 'Havana'
Other than her recent reaction to Horan's performance, Cabello also made headlines after she channeled Madonna during her performance of "Havana" at the iHeartRadio Music Awards on Sunday.
"Every time I've performed this song I've done something different. And tonight is gonna be totally different, too. It just takes me to that really sexy, sensual place... My grandmother loves that song," Cabello shared.
Camila Cabello Tours With Taylor Swift
While at the awards show, Cabello also opened up about her upcoming tour with Taylor Swift and Charli XCX. The X-Factor US alum said that working with Swift is a dream come true for her.
"When I first met [Taylor Swift] four years ago, I was like, 'I really love you.' I was like, 'Man, I really look up to you. You really inspire me.' She was one of the people that made me wanna start songwriting, so it's really amazing," gushed Cabello.
Fifth Harmony Controversy
The award-winning singer used to be part of Fifth Harmony, but Cabello decided to leave the group after she was involved in a series of controversies. Last year, reports stated that Cabello was bullied by the other members of the all-girl group.
Cabello said that she wanted to pursue other things while still working with Fifth Harmony, but her former bandmates did not want her to do so.
"I was just curious. I wanted to learn and I saw all these people around me making music, writing songs and being so free. I just wanted to do that and it did not work... It became clear it was not possible to do solo stuff and be in the group at the same time," said Cabello.
After she collaborated with Shawn Mendes on "I Know What You Did Last Summer," Cabello returned to Fifth Harmony, but she received a cold shoulder from everyone. Cabello has since moved on from the group, but she acknowledged that if it is not because of Fifth Harmony, she would not have made it in the music industry.