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Camila Cabello set to ring in the New Year at Times Square

Camila Cabello set to bring in the New Year at Times Square at the Rockin' Eve Concert

Camila Cabello has been announced as the musical guest for this year's Rockin' Eve Concert in New York's Times Square which will be hosted by Ryan Seacrest and Jenny McCarthy.

Dick Clark's New Year's Eve event is the perfect way for Cabello to round off a sensational year for her solo career which also saw her become No.1 in the US and a further 12 countries. In the UK "Havana" feat. Young Thug" held onto onto the No. 1 spot for five weeks after several weeks of heavy promo. 

It's also the perfect way for her to kick off 2018, as her self-titled debut album is due for release on January 12 2018.

Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest 2018 to feature Ciara hosting the West Coast. Find out more about the live television spectacular here.

Billed as one of the main entertainment events of the year, Cabello will follow in the footsteps of the legendary Mariah Carey who said her performance last year was marred by 'technical issues'.

Cabello was one of the many stars to grace the stage at this year's Z100 Jingle Ball. The annual event, packed with a crowd of 20,000, took place on Friday night (December 8) in Madison Square Garden for the New York leg of iHeart Radio's Jingle Ball tour.

Camila Cabello proved to be a pro during the concert when she experienced a wardrobe malfunction, yet continued with her performance, even poking fun of herself about the incident on Twitter, saying later:

"one of my fave things to do is rip my pants on stage mid-squat on stage at Madison square garden."

The 20-year-old singer shared a photo of her performance captioned: "me trying to look chill trying to cover up the fact that my pants just ripped mid squat at Madison square garden."

Watch Camila Cabello below:

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