Watch Camila Cabello's Beautiful Cover of Michael Jackson's 'Man in the Mirror' With Zedd


Watch Camila Cabello's Beautiful Cover of Michael Jackson's 'Man in the Mirror' With Zedd


Camila Cabello took the stage as one of the great artists who performed at Zedd's ACLU benefit concert in Los Angeles on Monday, April 3.
Camila Cabello rocked Staples Center when she covered Michael Jackson's hit song "Man in the Mirror" on Monday, April 3. With Zedd on keyboard and Michael Einziger on guitar, the ex-member of Fifth Harmony beautifully sang the legendary song onstage. Sporting "RESIST" T-shirt, she delivered the powerful song lyrics about humanity.

"As I turn up the collar on my favorite winter coat/ This wind is blowin' my mind/ I see the kids in the street/ With not enough to eat/ Who am I, to be blind?/ Pretending not to see their needs/ A summer's disregard/ A broken bottle top/ And a one man's soul/ They follow each other on the wind ya know/ 'Cause they got nowhere to go/ That's why I want you to know," Camila sang on the intro of "Man in the Mirror".



In addition to "Man in the Mirror", the 20-year-old songstress performed her hit song with Machine Gun Kelly, "Bad Things". Her performances were part of "Welcome!", a fundraising concert benefiting The American Civil Liberties Union. Zedd partnered with ACLU in the concert which featured great musicians like Halsey, Tinashe, Miguel, Bebe Rexha, Imagine Dragons, Skrillex and Daya.



Before the concert, Zedd told Billboard, "It was a mix of friends and people who have similar beliefs as I do. I also wanted artists from each genre to represent, because this whole thing is called 'Welcome'. We welcome everyone, no matter who you are or where you're from. Same goes for the music. I didn't want this to be an EDM concert. I wanted any type of music lover to be welcome."

Through the concert, the Russian-born DJ wished to unite all people with music. He said, "Music is the most universal language there is. I think however you can reach people to open up their mind and start a conversation, you should use that power."


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