Camila Cabello’s killer Grammys efficiency introduced down the home.
However as followers re-watched Sunday’s epic opener, they observed a sneaky message to U.S. Donald Trump.
Throughout Cabello’s busy and vibrant stage manufacturing of “Havana” with J Balvin and Ricky Martin, a dancer sat on a bench holding a newspaper with the headline: “Construct bridges, not partitions.”
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The newspaper seemed to be a direct shot at Trump’s ongoing calls for for a wall alongside the U.S. border with Mexico.
Cabello, who was up for Pop Solo Efficiency and Pop Vocal Album, is a Cuban immigrant herself and was joined on stage by worldwide artists on Sunday. Martin is from Puerto Rico and Balvin hails from Colombia.
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Eventually yr’s Grammy Awards, Cabello opened up about being an immigrant whereas introducing U2: “Tonight, on this room stuffed with music’s dreamers, we keep in mind that this nation was made by dreamers, for dreamers, chasing the American dream,” the previous Fifth Concord member stated. “I’m right here on this stage tonight as a result of similar to the Dreamers, my mother and father introduced me to this nation with nothing of their pockets however hope. They confirmed me what it means to work twice as exhausting and by no means quit. And actually, no a part of my journey is any totally different from theirs. I’m a proud, Cuban-Mexican immigrant, born in jap Havana, standing in entrance of you on the Grammy stage in New York Metropolis. And all I do know is that similar to desires, these children can’t be forgotten and are value preventing for.”