She recently made headlines after breaking away from Fifth Harmony to embark on a solo singing career.
And Camila Cabello showed just how much she can shine on her own as she took to the stage at Sunday’s MTV Europe Music Awards to perform her debut hit Havana.
The 20-year-old singing beauty wowed as she stepped out in a ruffled flamenco-inspired red catsuit to belt out the sultry track – complete with sultry dance moves.
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Havana fab time! Camila Cabello performed at the MTV Europe Music Awards, held at London’s SSE Arena on Sunday night
The Cuban-born stunner delighted the audience as she writhed around on the stage with a troupe of dancers supporting her.
After Camilla exited the stage following her scintillating performance, visibly impressed host Rita Ora gushed to the audience: ‘Shout to Camilla bringing the sexiness to the EMAs!’
Her performance followed Liam Payne, who sang his hit Strip That Down, following on from show opener Eminem, who performed his new track Walk on Water.
Putting on quite the performance: The former Fifth Harmony member performed her debut hit track Havana at the show
Sultry: The 20-year-old singing beauty wowed as she stepped out in an eye-catching ruffled flamenco-inspired red catsuit
Details: She teamed her flattering ensemble with strappy black heels, which a black sash belt highlighted her svelte waistline
Pretty in pink: A troupe of dancers complemented her look in flowing pink ensembles as they displayed their fancy footwork
Sheer delight: Camila’s choice of ensemble featured semi-sheer lace panels throughout, adding further pizzazz to her look
Black to basics: As her sizzling routine progressed, she was joined onstage by a group of dancers wearing black lacy catsuits
Demi Lovato followed Camilla’s performance with a live rendition of her hit Sorry Not Sorry, keeping the audience captivated as she donned sparkly sheer trousers with a black corset.
As she showed off flawless vocals, she also proved to be visual delight, not only with her choice of eye-catching ensemble, but with her long raven tresses, which fell about her torso in a bone-straight style with centre-parting.
After he was introduced as ‘south London’s finest’ by his pal Rita Ora, grime superstar took to the stage to perform his hit Big For Your Boots.
Nothing to be Sorry about: Singer Demi Lovato followed Camilla’s performance with a live rendition of her hit Sorry Not Sorry
All that glitters: The star kept the audience captivated as she took to the stage in sparkly sheer trousers with a black corset
Bum deal: Her troupe of dancers flashed their shapely posteriors in skimpy outfits as they showed off their fancy footwork
And he was followed by the host Rita, who kicked off her performance with Your Song, before transitioning into her latest track Anywhere.
While muted in choice of tones, her choice of ensemble was typically eye-catching style, removing her black blazer to show off her taut abs and toned physique in a black crop top and matching cycling shorts.
She put on an energetic performance as she took a break from her hosting duties to dance and sing on the stage, much to the delight of the audience.
Singer: Rita Ora, who served as the host of the show, took some time out of her duties to take to the stage for a performance
Great body of work: The London-raised beauty wowed as she peeled off her black blazer to reveal her toned physique
Star power: She kicked off her performance with Your Song, before transitioning into her latest dance track Anywhere
Tatt’s the way to do it: As well as her enviably taut abs, Rita also displayed her array of tattoos in her barely-there ensemble
Making a big step: During her performance, the former X Factor judge sat on a large staircase as she belted out her track
Hair we go: The star’s wavy golden fell about her upper torso as she danced around onstage, much to the audience’s delight
Next up was Shawn Mendes, who entertained the screaming audience with his chart-topping hit There’s Nothing Holding Me Back.
He was followed by Clean Bandit, who took to the stage alongside Zara Larsson, Julia Michaels and Anne-Marie, who added their vocals to the hits Symphony, I Miss You and Rockabye respectively.
Rock legends went big for their pre-recorded performance, opting to forgo the stage by entertaining crowds in the middle of London’s Trafalgar Square instead.
Big performance: Kesha put on a winning performance as she took to the stage to belt out her latest track Learn To Let Go
Glittering: The American singer caught the eye as she performed in a glittering metallic ensemble over a sequinned green top
Focussed: A group of dancers focussed their attention on the star as they edged their way towards her on the darkened stage
Closer and closer: The star soon found herself surrounded by her backup crew as she sang into her bold gold microphone
Black and white: (Left to right) Singers Anne-Marie and Zara Larsson wowed in a combination of black and white outfits
Dare to bare: Anne-Marie bared her shoulders and abs in a black bandeau top, which she teamed with high-waisted trousers
Singing a medley of hits: The stars took to the stage at the glamorous show to perform a medley of hits alongside Clean Bandit
Khloe Kardashian’s ex-boyfriend French Montana next took to the stage to get revellers on their feet as he performed his track Unforgettable.
He was followed by fellow rapper Travis Scott, who is reported to be expecting a baby with his girlfriend Kylie Jenner.
And he ensured that his performance was one to remember, as he floated on the stage atop a giant mechanical bird while rapping through his track Butterfly Effect.
Opening the show: American rap superstar Eminem opened the show with a performance of his new track Walk on Water
Casual: The hip-hop star sported a casual look for the occasion, wearing a hoodie over a baseball cap with jogging bottoms
Guest vocals: Zara Larsson stepped in provide extra vocals for the track, replacing Beyoncé, who is featured on the single
Like a pro! The American star looked in his element as he took to the mic to perform for the audience
Centre stage: The lights were dimmed to create a shadow illusion
Following up: Eminem’s expletive-laden performance was followed by Liam Payne’s energetic rendition of Strip That Down
Energetic: The former One Direction star showed off his fancy footwork as he performed the chart-topping hit for the crowd
It’s a dance off: The star, who shares baby son Bear with girlfriend Cheryl, matched his moves with one of his backing dancers
Stepping out in style: The star put on a stylish display, taking to the stage in a multi-coloured jacket and fitted black jeans
The Killers jetted in from Las Vegas for the big show, performing their track The Man, ahead of Kesha, who caught the eye in a glittering metallic ensemble and flowing pink extensions as she belted out Learn To Let Go.
And the show was closed out in rousing style, with Charli XCX and French Montana joining David Guetta for a performance of Dirty Sexy Money.
As host Rita bid farewell to the audience after enjoying ‘the best night ever’, she introduced a recording of late singer George Michael performing his track Freedom at the first ever MTV EMAs in 1994.
Storming the stage: Stormzy made an unforgettable arrival onto the stage, when he ascended his way out of a police car
Balancing act: The chart-topping grime superstar then showed off his agility and balance as he danced atop the vehicle
Hit track: The grime star danced bounced around energetically on the stage as he performed his hit track Big For Your Boots
Greeting fans: The star, introduced by Rita Ora as ‘south London’s finest’, went to the front of the stage to greet excited fans
911: Stormzy kept a steady balance on the police car as he was escorted along the stage
Giving it his all: Stormzy looked in the zone as he entertained audiences with his tunes
Flying high: Rapper Travis Scott took to the stage to perform his track Butterfly Effect – opting to do so atop a metallic bird
Big news: The star has been the focus of countless headlines recently, thanks to reports Kylie Jenner is expecting his baby
Nominations for the 2017 MTV EMAs were announced last month, some five weeks ahead of the highly-anticipated awards ceremony.
Leading the way with a jaw-dropping five nominations was Taylor Swift, followed by Dua Lipa with three, and Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus and Shawn Mendes, who each earned two nominations each.
A whole host of stars, including Drake, Eminem, Ed Sheeran and Kendrick Lemar also made the list, with Rihanna’s Wild Thoughts, and Daddy Yankee & Luis Fonsi’s record-breaking Despacito battling it out for Best Song.
The ceremony, presented by RIP hitmaker Rita Ora at London’s SSE Arena, also saw Taylor competing with former girlband member turned solo artist Camila Cabello, Demi Lovato, Miley Cyrus and Shawn Mendes the for Best Pop Award.
Closing out the show: Charli XCX was a part of the night’s closing live performance when she took to the stage at the big event
Dirty cash: Superstar DJ David Guetta kept the crowd entertained as Charli belted her way through the track Dirty Sexy Money
Announced: Nominations for the MTV EMAs were announced last month, some five weeks ahead of the awards ceremony
Together: Charli was joined onstage by rapper French Montana, who had performed his hit Unforgettable earlier in the night
High spirits: Chart-topping star David appeared to be in decidedly jovial spirits as he danced away while manning the decks
Loving life: David looked in high spirits as he took to the stage with a different ensemble later on in the evening
Not content with those nominations, 27-year-old Shake it Off hitmaker Taylor was also in the running for Best Video for Look What You Made Me Do, alongside Foo Fighters for Run, Katy Perry for Bon Appétit ft. Migos, Kendrick Lamar for HUMBLE and KYLE for iSpy featuring Lil Yachty.
Taylor Swift went head- to-head with Ariana Grande, Ed Sheeran, Kendrick Lamar, Miley Cyrus and Shawn Mendes for Best Artist.
And battling it out for Best Look, Taylor once again went up against Dua Lipa, Harry Styles, Rita Ora and surprise newcomer ZAYN.
Marking her fifth and final nominated category, Taylor battled it out again with Ariana Grande, as well as Justin Bieber, Katy Perry and once again Shawn Mendes for Biggest Fans.
Big winner: Shawn Mendes, who scooped a host of awards, took to the stage to perform his hit track There’s Nothing Me Back
Rockers: (Left to right) U2’s Bono and Adam Clayton opted to forgo the stage to perform in London’s Trafalgar Square
Pre-recorded: The stars’ performance was pre-recorded in the central London location the night before the big awards show
Patriotic: Looking smart in a black coat, U2 frontman Bono took to the stage wrapped in Ireland’s distinctive tricolour flag
Altogether now: Bandmembers The Edge and Larry Mullen Jr. were also on hand for the pre-recorded stage performance
Landmark: Nelson’s column was illuminated in red light as the band performed a medley of hits for the large crowd of fans
MTV Europe Music Awards 2017 – The Winners
Clean Bandit – Rockabye ft. Sean Paul & Anne-Marie
DJ Khaled – Wild Thoughts ft. Rihanna, Bryson Tiller
Ed Sheeran – Shape of You
Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee – Despacito (Remix) ft. Justin Bieber
Shawn Mendes – There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back WINNER
Shawn Mendes WINNER
Dua Lipa WINNER
Camila Cabello WINNER
Foo Fighters – Run
Katy Perry – Bon Appétit ft. Migos
Kendrick Lamar – HUMBLE. WINNER
KYLE – iSpy ft. Lil Yachty
Taylor Swift – Look What You Made Me Do
Ed Sheeran WINNER
David Guetta WINNER
BEST HIP HOP
Lana Del Rey
Thirty Seconds To Mars WINNER
Shawn Mendes WINNER
Hailee Steinfeld WINNER
The Head And The Heart
BEST WORLD STAGE
Steve Aoki – Live from Isle of MTV Malta 2016
Kings of Leon – Live from Oude Luxor Theatre, Rotterdam, The Netherlands 2016
DNCE – Live from Isle of MTV Malta 2017
The Chainsmokers – Live from Isle of MTV Malta 2017 WINNER
Foo Fighters – Live from Barcelona, Spain 2017
BEST UK & IRELAND ACT
Louis Tomlinson WINNER