Cabello dedicates her telenova-inspired music video to the DACA dreamers.
The video opens as Cabello walks in on her lover in bed with her best friend and maid, but in a classic twist, the man was actually her lover's twin. The scene widens to show viewers the real Cabello watching the telenova as her sister (Pons) makes fun of her.
But when Cabello's grandmother witnesses the siblings bickering, she encourages Cabello to find a fulfilling romance by living her own life instead of getting lost in romantic films.
Although she gives it a thought, Cabello ventures off to watch "Camila in Havana" and that's when the pop star takes her glasses off and begins her sexy performance in a Cuban dance club. The music video ends with a slate reading, "This is dedicated to the dreamers."
The 20-year-old singer also dedicated her "Havana" performance on the "Today" show to the dreamers last month.
"This is America. The America that we love. Where no matter your race, your color, your beliefs or where you come from, if you have a dream, you can make it possible," Cabello said.
The band was also wearing red t-shirts with the words "I stand with the dreamers" written on them. Her backup dancers were also holding flags from various countries.