Name: Karla Camila Cabello Estrabao
Born: March 3, 1997
Camila Cabello was born in Havana, Cuba on March 3, 1997. She is the daughter of Alejandro Cabello and Sinuhe Estrabao. Cabello and her family lived in Miami, Florida, years after traveling between Mexico City and Cuba.
Camila attended Miami Palmetto High School, but she quit school when she was in the ninth grade because she wanted to concentrate on her singing career. After a couple of years, she finally obtained her high school diploma.
She has been in two previous relationships with Austin Mahone and Michael Clifford. Camila is currently dating British television personality Matthew Hussey.
Camila first embarked upon her music career when she auditioned for the hit competition series “The X Factor” by performing “Respect” by Aretha Franklin. While her episode did not air, she did appear on stage with other a few other contestants to form the group “Fifth Harmony.” They completed that season in third place, which allowed them to sign a deal with Syco Music and Epic Records.
Fifth Harmony turned out to be a major success, releasing several albums, going on tour, and receiving media adulation.
In 2016, Camila decided to branch off on her own and record solo or duet songs with the likes of Shawn Mendes, Machine Gun Kelly, DJ Cashmere Cat, and Pitbull. She has gone on world tours and opened up for a Taylor Swift concert.
She has won several awards, including an American Music Award, two MTV Video Music Awards, one iHeart Radio Music Award, and a Billboard Music Award.
Camila has also appeared on various television shows, like “Barbie: Life in the Dreamhouse,” “The Ride,” “Faking It,” and “Dancing on Ice.”
Outside of music, Camila is dedicated to a couple of philanthropic endeavors. She has partnered with Save the Children and Children’s Health Fund, and she raised money for the hurricane relief efforts in Puerto Rico.
We estimate that Camila Cabello’s net worth is $6 million (2018).
So how much is $6 million really?
$6 million can help you rent out an arena, install exorbitant pyro, and cover the cost of marketing the event. $6 million represents a fraction of what Cuba receives every year in global economic aid.