Camila Cabello And Arturo Sandoval Pay Tribute To Havana At The Grammys

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February 11, 2019 | 3:55am EST

Camila Cabello teamed up with trumpeter Arturo Sandoval to pay tribute to their home country of Cuba with a rousing performance of her hit song Havana to kick off the 61st annual Grammy Awards on Sunday.
The former Fifth Harmony star and Sandoval were joined by her sister and her father, while rapper Young Thug also made an appearance on the stage, which was turned into Cuban nieghbourhood of her grandmother’s youth.
Ricky Martin took to the stage to sing his song Pegate and J Balvin joined in for a performance of his hit track Mi Gente.
Cabello teased a few “surprises” days before opening the prizegiving, insisting she was going to make sure she took in all of the special moments at the Grammys.
“I really just want to enjoy it,” she told news show Entertainment Tonight. “That is my resolution for this year.”
“If something’s really important to you and you really, really care about it, don’t forget to just soak it in,” she said. “Because sometimes you can keep working for something and you do it, you do it right, but it doesn’t mean that you necessarily super let yourself go and let yourself enjoy it. So, that’s what I really want… to enjoy it and have it be a celebration of my first album and Havana and everything that song has done in my life.”
She also teased her performance with Martin and Balvin by sharing a picture of all three of them together.
“I feel so thankful for these two fellas!,” she wrote. “Besides being incredibly talented, they are so humble, kind, and warm as people – it’s gonna be a party this Sunday!”