The chart-topping singer, 22, sang "First Man" from her 2019 album "Romance", and he was so touched that he started to cry as she embraced him at the end of the song. The "Senorita" crooners, whose chemistry is unmatched when performing their hit collaboration, had been nominated for Most interesting Pop Duo Effectivity at 62nd annual Grammys.
Despite not winning, Cabello had a successful night, performing twice on the Grammys stage.
Singing the daddy/daughter song directly to her father, Alejandro Cabello, in the front row of the crowd. Unfortunately, this category was won by Lil Nas X Featuring Billy Ray Cyrus for their song "Old Town Road", CNN reported. "I gotta work out sooner than I do that". As the 22-year-old singer looked stunning in a bright and lavender number and defended herself in the midst of solo acting, we can not say that we are surprised that her father burst into tears.
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To make the gesture all the more special, the singer held her father's hand as she continued to sing and they definitely were not the only ones shedding a couple of tears during that performance.
The singer is known for her long, dark chocolate brown hair and center-parted, '60s-inspired curtain bangs - a look she's stuck with since her Fifth Harmony days.
The couple's first collaboration was the song "I Know What You Did Last Summer". "I met him on the Austin Mahone tour really like 5 - 6 years prior to now", she said in the midst of the December 6 episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Current.
"When I was 16 and going through what felt like an excruciatingly painful period in my life, I first saw Kobe's MUSE documentary, and the mamba mentality is the only thing got me through every single performance".