Camila Cabello fans defend singer after confusing air guitar efficiency on ‘Ellen’

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Camila Cabello strums an electrical guitar on Wednesday’s episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Reward, however there’s one bother: You don’t hear the guitar accompaniment.

Because the video above reveals, Cabello sings into the mic and apparently performs the instrument strapped around her whereas performing her hit single “Never Be the Identical”… which does now not perform guitar.

Stressed Twitter users began discussing the efficiency. “I’m making an are attempting no doubt now not easy to identify why Camila Cabello, who clearly does now not play the guitar, is the utilization of one as a stage prop to wave her hand wildly in front of [her] in some facsimile of ‘enjoying’ it, for each efficiency of ‘Never Be the Identical’ I’ve viewed currently,” wrote @jenniferlstill.

Rapidly, Cabello fans came to her defense, pointing to just a few proof that, yes, Cabello can play the guitar, even whenever you don’t hear it on Ellen. “There’s literally an infinite amount of videos of her enjoying Spanish and electrical guitar. She’s been enjoying guitar at some level of her lady community days and first played along with her dad as a teen,” answered @RobynCamriana, sharing a video of Cabello enjoying acoustic guitar.

The fan later added: “Peep what we now not gonna attain is fake Omit Cabello isn’t an shapely songwriter and a musician on top of being a singer whereas we praise each white boy in the industry who’s ever stepped on any stage.”

“You can delete your tweet and deactivate your profile after I’m executed w/ this thread with videos of her enjoying the guitar,” wrote @flawlesscamilac.

Within the period in-between, some fans regarded as if it can maybe even be beneath the impact that the electrical guitar became as soon as mixed into the audio on Ellen.

“Never Be the Identical” is the 2d single from Cabello’s chart-topping, self-titled debut album, which the Cuban-born singer released in January, over one year after departing Fifth Harmony. On Monday, the last four singers in the girl community — Ally Brooke, Lauren Jauregui, Normani Kordei, and Dinah Jane — presented that the “Work from Dwelling” act is taking a hiatus to “pursue solo endeavors.”

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