Cuban-American singer Camila Cabello shone in the run-up to the Champions League final with a performance marred by the organizational disaster of the match and the delay of more than half an hour suffered by it.
Camila Cabello, who had to go out to sing less than 10 minutes after the initial whistle, did not start her show until after 9:20 p.m. local time.
The Cuban-born, accompanied by a hundred dancers who moved through a blue mat unfolded on the lawn, stood out with the interpretation of “Señorita,” one of her first greatest hits.
The performance was in the background for the fans, who made several chants during it for the delay of the final due to the disaster that occurred at the stadium’s gates.
The show of the 25-year-old Latina, known for songs like “Bam Bam” and “Havana” and nominated for Grammy Awards, was accompanied by an excellent play of lights, fireworks, and smoke, a lot of smoke due to the firing of the fires.
The last Champions League final that pitted Liverpool and Real Madrid featured Dua Lipa, who performed the songs “Be The One,” “IDGAF,” and “New Rules.”