Camila Cabello Performs 'Never Be the Same' for the First Time on 'Tonight Show'
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The 'Havana' hitmaker appears to give her all during the performance, kneeling and even lying on the floor.

AceShowbiz - In late last year, Camila Cabello unveiled the music video for "Never Be the Same", the third single off her debut solo album "Camila". On Wednesday night, January 10, the former Fifth Harmony member performed the track for the first time on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon".

Host Jimmy Fallon introduced her performance that night. "She has held the number one position on the pop charts for the past seven weeks," he said. "And her highly-anticipated debut solo album 'Camila' comes out this Friday. Performing 'Never Be the Same', please welcome back Camila Cabello."

Camila, who donned a sparkling dark gray ensemble, performed the song while clips of Marilyn Monroe, brutal storms, spiral galaxies and fires were playing in the background. The songstress appeared to give her all during the performance, kneeling and even lying on the floor while belting out the song.

"It's you babe/ And I'm a sucker for the way that you move, babe/ And I could try to run, but it would be useless," she sang. "You're to blame/ Just one hit of you, I knew I'll never, ever be the same/ I'll never be the same."

"Camila" is due out on Friday, January 12. The effort has yet to be released, but many music critics have stated that the album is worth buying. One critic said that the 10-track album is a "vibrant blend of sounds and styles, bolstered by a reliable stable of hit songwriters and producers."

Meanwhile, the second single off the album, "Havana", is having the longest run atop Billboard's Pop Songs chart since Taylor Swift's 2013 hit "I Knew You Were Trouble". Learning about the single's success, "Havana" producer Frank Dukes revealed on Twitter that a lot of people didn't expect it to be a hit. "Label heads and the people at radio told us this was not a hit when we first tries to put it out lol," he tweeted.

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