Camila Cabello Debuts Blond Hair as She Teases New Music: ‘It’s Time’

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Camila Cabello at The Hollywood Reporter's Women in Entertainment gala in Beverly Hills, on Dec. 7, 2023 - Credit: Michael Tran/AFP/Getty Images
Camila Cabello at The Hollywood Reporter's Women in Entertainment gala in Beverly Hills, on Dec. 7, 2023 - Credit: Michael Tran/AFP/Getty Images

CC4 in 2024? ? Fitting!

On Thursday, Camila Cabello sent fans into a frenzy as she debuted a completely new hairstyle and declared that the time for a new era of music has finally arrived.

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“It’s time >:),” the singer captioned the post, where she’s seen posing for selfies using a digital video camera as she debuts fresh, blond hair with bangs. Backing the visual were some computerized sounds that included her voice, though it’s unclear what she was saying.

Several days before New Year’s Eve, the singer shared photos of her inside the recording studio, writing, “Mostly the year of this … See you next year, bitches.” She also shared a text message to her mom, Sinu Cabello, where she wrote, “It’s slutty, but it’s art,” seemingly describing the music.

The singer spoke to Rolling Stone in November and shared a brief update about the possibility of upcoming music. “I’m always scheming, but I won’t say too much about it because I love a calculated surprise,” she said before playing coy when asked if the music was ready. “I can’t say anything,” she added.

Cabello also explained that she had been “really consuming a lot of new art and a lot of new references” to prepare herself for the new music. “A lot of new music, new movies, new novels, new photography,” Cabello said. “To me, what produces different output is having new input. That’s what’s inspired me.”

Cabello last released her album Familia last summer, featuring songs such as “Psychofreak” with Willow, “Bam Bam” with Ed Sheeran, and “Don’t Go Yet.” Last year, she also starred as Viva in Trolls: Band Together. For the soundtrack, she participated on “It Takes Two.”

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