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Camila Cabello Performs "Crying In The Club" On The Tonight Show

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You gotta hear this!

Can this be an official remix, please?

Camila Cabello appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon last night to perform her debut single "Crying In The Club", which has already been performed countless times as a big pop spectacle with costume changes and dance routines.

However, Cabello ditched the choreography and kept it simple with a spotlight and one guitar player behind her for a new rendition of the track - don't worry, it's not acoustic!

She incorporated more Spanish influence and let her impressive vocals shine in the passionate performance, which she has already said is her favorite she's done so far.

Watch the performance below.

And it wouldn't be Fallon without a musical skit, so Camila spent six minutes singing #SummerSongs tweets to the sound of summertime classics like TLC's "Watterfalls" and Bieber's "Sorry". At least she sounded great!

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On 23.6.2017 at 2:23 PM, poprocks1989 said:

Legit great performance of this song... probably my favorite one. This is probably how she should've debuted it. just focus on the voice and how great she looks....

great?  she is a basic looking child. so the abscence of celliulite is no achivement yet...

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