Camila Cabello Says She Has 'All Love' for Fifth Harmony Following Her Departure From the Girl Group

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Camila Cabello is all about love and making new music!

The 19-year-old singer stopped by Radio 1's Live Lounge with Machine Gun Kelly and opened up about her new solo career.

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The former Fifth Harmony singer and the Ohio native rapper sang their hit, "Bad Things," before taking on a few questions from host Clara Amfo. 

Cabello, who exited Fifth Harmony in December, kept a very positive attitude when asked about her evolution as an artist and what it's been like not being part of the successful girl group.

"Obviously being here is incredible," Cabello said.

"It was incredible then, it's going to be incredible now," she continued. "It's all love, it's all music."

Machine Gun Kelly followed up by saying, "We both have some stuff in our hearts that we want to get off."

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On Monday, the two performed on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, which marked Cabello's first talk show appearance. The visit comes just days after Cabello's solo debut, "Love Incredible," leaked.

Meanwhile, Cabello's former bandmates made their first televised performance as a foursome earlier this month at the People's Choice Awards. For more on that, watch below.

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