The Cuban-American singer performs her Machine Gun Kelly-assisted single 'Bad Things' for the first time as solo artist on 'Ellen'.
After deciding to leave Fifth Harmony back in December, Camila Cabello is ready for her solo career. On Monday, January 30, the singer took the stage with Machine Gun Kelly to perform their hit single "Bad Things" on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show".
Standing back to back, the duo opened their performance in a smoky stage. Camila, who donned a white cropped tee paired with black bomber jacket, was dancing along to the song. The pair also showed romantic chemistry as MGK approached Camila and stared at her. Towards the end of their performance, the rapper showed off his guitar skill while the Cuban-American singer belted out the mid-tempo ballad.
"Bad Things" was released back in October, when Camila was still part of Fifth Harmony. The catchy track peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100, and it becomes both MGK and Camilla's first top five single as solo artists.
As for Fifth Harmony, the group made headlines this weekend as they abruptly canceled their 2017 NHL All-Star Game performance at the last minutes before the show. According to a source, group member Dinah Jane Hansen experienced an illness, which led her unable to take the stage. "Worse yet, she reportedly became so ill, she had to be carried out on a stretcher. Luckily, EMTs decided she did not require hospital treatment," the source said.
Some fans began to speculate that something unusual happened inside the group. However, the girls shut down any speculation with an Instagram post showing them working on new music in a studio. "Bounce back," so they captioned the photo that was shared on Monday afternoon, January 30.