American singer Camila Cabello wet herself before performing ahead of the Champions League final due to being ‘so excited’, despite the fact the performance wasn’t well received
Camila Cabello admitted that she ‘peed’ in her outfit during her Champions League final show due to be extremely excited.
The singer was handed the big gig of leading the opening ceremony before Real Madrid went on to beat Liverpool 1-0 at the Stade De France. The performance wasn’t well recieved, and Cabello was upset that fans continued to chant throughout the show, with some even booing throughout.
She may have been slightly frustrated after the performance, but she was that excited before the event took place that she even admitted to peeing in her outfit. But thankfully for Cabello, it wasn’t visible as millions were watching around the world.
Cabello posted a video of her performance to her Instagram, and said: “UEFA finals opening ceremony! This was so exciting I peed a little in my outfit!”
But her latest post hasn’t made fans forget that she initially lashed out at both Madrid and Liverpool fans. Cabello sent some frustrated tweets after the final whistle, but quickly deleted them as they began to receive some hate.
“Playing back our performance and I can’t believe people were singing their teams anthem so loud during our performance. Like my team and I worked tirelessly for so long to bring right vibes and give a good show,” she wrote.
Before adding: “Very rude but whatever. IM GLAD YOU GUYS LOVED IT.” The tweet was quickly deleted. A source told the Metro: “It was deleted because someone who has access to Camila’s account posted it intending to post on their own account.”
The ‘Senorita’ singer backtracked even more by putting out tweet praising the “electric” energy of the crowd. “This was something I will never forget!!!!!!! Dream moment for all of us! Thank you UEFA @ChampionsLeague and @PepsiGlobal, we’re so honoured to be part of such a huge game #PepsiShow,” she tweeted.
Adding: “I grew up watching soccer with my family and the energy in there was SO ELECTRIC I had so much fun watching afterwards too. Thank you so much to my team and the dancers and musicians and creatives that worked so hard on this show!!!”