Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello can’t keep their hands — or their lips — off each other.
On Friday, while performing at the Rogers Centre in his hometown of Toronto, Canada, the If I Can’t Have You singer brought out the former Fifth Harmony band member on stage to sing their sexy duet, Señorita.
At the end of their sultry song, the 21-year-old hunk and the 22-year-old songstress enjoyed a kiss in front of the entire audience.
On August 30, after his set at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut, the Canadian heartthrob evaded a fan’s question about his love life because there’s “another person involved,” and he “can’t say things that” he feels.
“Honestly, I wanna say I wanna talk to you guys about this stuff but it’s not just me in the relationship. There’s another person involved and I can’t say things that I feel. It’s not just me deciding you know?”
However, days before at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, the Stitches crooner brought out Cabello on stage, called her “Mami,” and dedicated a song to her.
Per an Us Weekly witness:
“Camila came out a little more than halfway through Shawn’s concert at the back of the floor on a raised platform. When Shawn introduced his song Fallin’ All in You, he ended with, ‘This one is for my Mami!’ and he pointed to Camila.’”
Needless to say, the Cuban-American star enjoyed every second of her man’s show. The insider added:
“She was with a male friend throwing her hands up in the air when he started playing. She was wearing one of his bracelets that was glowing as she was dancing. Halfway through the song, she got down on her knees and was looking lovingly at the stage and stayed there until the end when she jumped up and down and screamed and pointed. He was looking directly at her.”
While talking to Elle for their “Women in Music” October issue, the former The X-Factor contestant told the publication, “love is the most sacred, precious thing to me,” adding:
“I want to always feel like my love is between me and that person, and never belonging to anyone else. As much as I love my fans, and as much as I love people, I like to live my life as normally as possible. In a relationship, it makes me feel uncomfortable to invite everyone in on that.”