American singer-songwriter Camila Cabello, who was born in Cuba, first gained notoriety as a member of the Fifth Harmony girl group that was created on The X Factor. She eventually left the ensemble and continued as a soloist.
She has since released two albums, Romance and Camila. On April 8, 2022, she will release Familia, her third album. In addition to singing, she has acted as Cinderella in a Cinderella adaptation.
How Camila Cabello Managed Her Weight Gain?
It’s true that some people place celebrities on a pedestal for everything, but it’s even more true—and unfair—when those same people criticize and tear them down when they fall short, particularly when it comes to appearance. Camila Cabello (@camila cabello) has personal experience with it.
The singer was simply going about her business when her weight gain came under attention as a result of certain images of her being published in the media. She was then attacked online as though she had committed the most heinous crimes simply for gaining weight.
Camila Cabello had a thin build and was always in good physical shape. Then a pandemic occurred. An unretouched, candid photo of Camila in a bikini at the beach with her now-ex-boyfriend Shawn Mendes shows that she had had weight swings (noticeable weight gain) after the epidemic.
The Havana hitmaker changed in a blue tie-dye bikini from how she had previously appeared. She was body shamed as a result of that.
Camila Cabello’s self-consciousness about what she was wearing and how people would see her body was undoubtedly impacted by all those offensive and nasty marks.
In a Tik-Tok video, the Senorita singer addressed the persistent fat-shaming she has been subjected to online after having a moment of clarity amid all the criticism of her appearance.
The Crying in the Club singer discussed her self-consciousness in the video as she was jogging while wearing a blouse that revealed her belly and she wasn’t tucking it in like a typical person. She continued in the video on a positive note, telling everyone—including herself—that fighting your body is so last season.
A genuine woman with curves, cellulite, stretch marks, and obesity, Camila Cabello also commented about how appreciative she was of her body and everything it helped her get through.
The singer of the song “Don’t Go Yet” recently appeared on The Late Show with James Corden, and she talked about an event where she was unintentionally photographed.
She initially experienced a bout of anxiety when she was accidentally photographed by paparazzi showing her stomach after gaining weight (which meant she had a big tummy at the time).
However, after some time, she grew weary of feeling that way and decided to just alter her perspective. The Cinderella star has been all about body positivity since that time.
The Never Be The Same singer also made an effort to normalize slight weight changes. She discussed how her weight would fluctuate and how it was common on the show.
And what was out of the ordinary and absolutely insane were and still are those bizarre beauty standards from altered Insta images. Not every woman’s body is reflected by them. Camila Cabello felt compelled to start the dialogue as a result, which is what she did in the TikTok video.
The ex-member of Fifth Harmony has previously spoken out against fatphobic beauty standards and normalized an unvarnished view of young women’s bodies. She discovered negative news about her in the media in 2019 that body shamed her.
By expressing inspiring words of body positivity on her Instagram story, Camila Cabello decided to change the narrative about how she was regarded rather than simply accepting it.
The Grammy-nominated solo musician explained in her essay how her body’s cellulite and the fact that she wasn’t suckling in her tummy caused her to feel quite uneasy about it. But before it could get out of hand, she reminded herself that there will be awful angles and bad photos.
She also didn’t have a physique formed entirely of muscles or of rock. Also lamenting the terrible state of young girls’ pursuit of unattainable beauty as they develop in an airbrushed society, Camila Cabello said.