“The first time I heard the song, I felt an instant connection to it,” Camilla told Billboard. “To me it’s sexy, but I didn’t really think about it as being edgy and a step further, because it represents feelings about love that I related to.”
MGK said, “There’s something about America’s sweetheart and America’s bad boy.”
“You feel them both in the vocals and it’s just a beautiful juxtaposition,” Camila told the mag. “I think everybody can relate to loving somebody and them bringing out a wild side in you.”
In case you missed it, watch the “Bad Things” lyric video below!
Camila Cabello & Machine Gun Kelly – “Bad Things” Lyric Video
Later on, Dinah took to her own Instagram to say thanks for 1 Billion views on their “Work From Home” video.
“#WFH1BillionViews ???? ahhh is this even real !? All the love to our lovely team who brought this song to life and to our dope @ss harmonizers who be putting in #work for us gals lol love you tons babes ????,” she wrote.
The 19-year-old Fifth Harmony teamed up Save The Children to design a limited edition t-shirt with 100 percent of the net proceeds going to the charity.
“#LoveOnly is an important concept to me — it’s all about uplifting ourselves and supporting others,” Camila said in a statement. “I am so inspired by what Save the Children is doing to give girls around the world a brighter future. So I wanted to support this amazing cause by designing this special #LoveOnly tee and hoodie.”
The #LoveOnlyTee hashtag was trending No. 1 worldwide as Camila followed every customer who bought a tee.
The special “Love Only” tee will only be available for two weeks, so get yours now!
Camila Cabello talks about an issue that’s close to her heart as she join’s MTV’s Total Registration Live, aka TRL, campaign.
As election year ramps up, Camila will join Kendall Jenner, Ty Dolla $ign and more for the one-day program that MTV describes as “an empowering live special that will rally Millennials to register to vote.” The show’s title “TRL” is a flashback to the network’s classic franchise Total Request Live.
Fifth Harmony singer Camila, 19, took to Twitter to share a video she made with MTV explaining why voter registration has become an important cause for her. “I was born in Cuba, I’m Cuban Mexican. I came to American when I was 6 or 7 years old,” Camila explained. “As an immigrant, I know the struggle and importance of this election.”
TRL airs on Tuesday, September 27, on National Voter Registration Day @ 6PM ET/PT on MTV, mtv.com and MTV’s Facebook and YouTube pages.