Camila genuinely has no idea why Blue Ivy was telling mom and dad to simmer down during the singer’s speech at the Grammys.

Camila Cabello genuinely has no idea why Blue Ivy was telling mom and dad to simmer down during the singer’s speech at the Grammys.

By now we’re all familiar with Queen Blue Ivy blocking Beyonce and JAY Z from applauding, and no one knows why. Not even Camila. She assumed the worst.

“I had a moment of insecurity,” she told BBC Radio 1. “I surprised myself. I was like, ‘What does that mean?’ Do you think she didn’t like my speech?”

Camila added that she had to stop herself from obsessing over it. “I literally stopped. I was like, ‘I’m not gonna think about that.’”

 

 

Host Nick Grimshaw had an interesting theory to calm Camila’s nerves. He suggested Blue Ivy was shushing her parents because she was sick of the audience interrupting her DREAM speech. Sure.

“Thank God that I didn’t look down at the crowd while that was happening,” she continued. “The good thing is I’d just come off of Kesha’s performance so I didn’t have time to think about it.”

Watch the interview below. Oh, and Camila sis, stop working so hard and get some rest!


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9 Responses

  1. I had to understand when this webpage became a « pop starts website », I got your back when you decided to expand your news further than only posting about Britney, but lately, you post almost everything about this new girl Camila and it really annoys me because I feel that you’re trying to make her happen when she’s nothing but a second Level artist. What about giving us Real News about music, I miss those days.
    I love Jordan and everything he does for this community but I don’t wanna be forced to get into something I’m not feeling.

    1. Real news? Versus what… fake news? You’re not being forced into anything.

      However, kudos to you for at least being somewhat appreciative to Jordan and what he’s evolved and expanded ‘All These Years’.

      If you’re really not ‘Into It’ here’s a simple suggestion: don’t read it. #SomethingsGottaGive

    2. Thanks for the support anyhow! I understand you may not like Camila, but her posts perform VERY well on this site. BH readers are checking for her, and I respect and appreciate that. I think it’s also worth mentioning she’s one of the most streamed artists on the planet. Give her a chance.

  2. To be honest I’m not here to defend Jordan but seeing how Camila is “big” in today’s pop scene, I don’t see how he wouldn’t talk about her. For my part, I don’t understand why every pop magazine or even fashion magazine are trying to make her look like she’s saving Pop music or like she’s bringing something new to the industry. I believe she’s bland and apart from Havana that has been played on the radio like crazy, She’s nothing special.

    I don’t think Jordan is forcing her into our throats, I just think that he believes she’s important to the “demography” he’s talking to. Now I’m just crossing my fingers for her 15 minutes to be over.

      1. Maybe she could, I mean it’s just a matter of time. But I think the main reason for her success is her Fifth Harmony departure, how she (her communication team) handled her “beef” with them, her stance on politics and how she signed deals with Guess and other brands. I think the vacant spot she’s in right now is the one that used to be occupied by people like Selena Gomez or Ariana Grande. But hey, I guess we’ll see on the long run. (And her questioning the appeal her speech has on a 6 years old girl is a bit ridiculous)

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