Camila Cabello Overcomes Anxiety Issues to Perform in Fifth Harmony's Dallas Concert

"Work From Home" songstress was overwhelmed with anxiety

By Francesca Bacardi Sep 05, 2016 4:55 PMTags
Camila CabelloJeff Kravitz/FilmMagic)

Camila Cabello rejoined Fifth Harmony on stage this weekend after leaving their Friday concert early.

The songstress appeared onstage at the group's Dallas concert Sunday night, having recovered from her anxiety attack that overtook her during their St. Louis concert. Despite the group being down one member, the show went on. Camila apologized to her fans and followers for cutting her performance short that evening.

"Hi Missouri, sorry I couldn't finish the set last night," she wrote. "Was having too much anxiety and couldn't finish it."

She added, "I love u. I'm truly sorry."

According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Camila left the stage shortly after "Bo$$." One of her fellow singers reportedly told the audience that she had experienced a wardrobe malfunction. At the final song, however, Camila was absent during the goodbye. Prior to Friday's show, however, Camila seem to be alluding to a problem she had when she tweeted, "just want to sleep for 3 days." 

Musicians Performing Live on Stage

Fortunately, Camila seemed to be feeling better ahead of the "Sledgehammer" group's Sunday show. "Dallas, I'm so excited to see you," she tweeted with a rose emoji.

After the concert ended, Camila turned to Twitter to express her gratitude about her fans' understanding and the group's performance in Dallas. "Thank u guys for all the love, I love u so much," she wrote. "Dallas u made my heart so happy tonight. Thank you."

Fans were definitely happy to see her back onstage, as they took to Twitter to express their delight. "@LaurenJauregui @camilacabello97 @fifthharmony dallas last night was AMAZING thank you," tweeted one fan.

The ladies are set to start a two-week break starting September 11, so they'll able to relax and unwind from their hectic tour schedules. On the agenda? Family time and football.

Dinah Jane wrote on Twitter Saturday that she has plans to watch the University of Southern California football game that would be taking place in Dallas. Ally Brooke Hernandez also shared that she is thrilled to be in the Lone Star state.

"I'M BACK IN TEXAS!!!!!!!! MY HOME STATE!! I haven't been here in way too long," she shared. "I can't wait to see my family, I need to see them!!!!!"