Several stars, including Skrillex, Miguel and Camila Cabello, combined forces when they took to Zedd's ACLU fundraising concert in Los Angeles on Monday night (April 3) for a star-studded night of charity. Among one of the surprises during the evening included a cover of Michael Jackson's classic, "Man In The Mirror," from the former 5H bandmate.
Joining Zedd, who tackled keys during the number, the budding solo pop star offered up a rendition of the King of Pop's 1988 signature hit and was joined by a string of teenagers, who served as background vocalists. Wearing an oversized white t-shirt with the word "RESIST" printed across the front, Cabello's delivery was admirable despite sounding a bit vocally exhausted at times. Prior to "Man In The Mirror," she also teamed up with Machine Gun Kelly for yet another live performance of "Bad Things."
Cabello's set was just another step in her path to solo superstardom. More recently, the 20-year-old teamed up with producer Kuk Harrell, the man behind Rihanna gems like "Umbrella" and "Only Girl (In The World)," for what we can assume is another track on her forthcoming solo debut.
Take a look at Camila Cabello's cover of "Man In The Mirror" below!
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