Fifth Harmony's Camila Cabello 'Burst Into Tears' While Visiting Michael Jackson's Childhood Home

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Camila Cabello of Fifth Harmony photographed by Victoria Stevens in New York on July 9, 2014.

On a day off between scheduled concerts in Milwaukee and Buffalo, N.Y., Fifth Harmony’s Camila Cabello had the opportunity to tour the Gary, Ind., home in which Michael Jackson was raised. According to a series of tweets from Cabello, the experience deeply moved the singer -- and it led to her writing words of encouragement to her two million Twitter followers.

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Jackson’s childhood home is a small two-bedroom house where he lived with his parents and siblings before finding success with the Jackson 5 and as a solo artist.

“Needless to say I burst into tears,” she revealed of her visit to the King of Pop’s original home, before posting a set of inspired tweets telling fans that “you can be who you want to be if you work hard enough.”

Cabello -- who was born in Cuba before moving to the U.S. and eventually making it onto The X Factor, where Fifth Harmony was formed -- said that she can relate to kids who “don’t think they have a real shot at their dreams because of the circumstances.”

“I thought I didn't have a shot -- no money, no connections, no hope, nothing,” she wrote.

See Cabello’s full message below, as well as tweets from Fifth Harmony's Ally Brooke Hernandez, who said "it was one of the most surreal, chilling & beautiful experiences."