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Inside Camila Cabello’s Soccer Day with David Beckham and Lionel Messi: See Pics
The former The Voice Coach is an avid fan of the sport!
The first snapshot shows her observing the game from the audience while sporting a pink and white Inter Miami jersey with Lionel Messi's name on it. (He plays for the team!) In the next picture, she and Messi chat across a glass barrier, and then we see Cabello pose with David Beckham.
Camila Cabello's day with David Beckham and Lionel Messi
"Fan girl mode was fully unlocked when I saw @leomessi - obviously the GOAT, but also so kind and generous with his energy. 😭 thank you @davidgrutman for an experience I’ll never forget ! And thank you @davidbeckham and @victoriabeckham 😭 IT WAS GIVING BABY PINK 🎀 MIAMI GOING UPPP," she gushed in the caption.
"The Voice reached out, and it’s so fulfilling and full-circle for me to be coaching people because I started on a singing competition show. And I just love that it’s a very equal-opportunity show, you know? You don’t have to have money, you don’t have to have any connections in the music industry. If you have a lot of talent, things are possible for you. And I think that’s really cool," she told the outlet.
On how she connected with her fellow Coaches Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, and John Legend during the season, Cabello said, "It was awesome, honestly. We immediately had really good chemistry, the four of us. And I genuinely look forward to seeing them whenever we do press or when we do the show. We have a lot of fun together, and they’re really great people."
And talking about the Season 22 Artists, Cabello said, "I feel like because we’re talking about performance and music and ways to make performance better literally for hours a day, it’s inevitable that you start thinking about it differently when you perform, and it gives you that opportunity to be objective because you’re being objective with other people, which is always easier than being objective with yourself. It gives you, I think, that muscle practice of being able to be more objective with your own work."