Camila Cabello Wants to Squish the Cheeks of This Adorable 4-Year-Old Singing 'Señorita' on 'Ellen'

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Camila Cabello attends ELLE, Women in Music presented by Spotify and hosted by Nina Garcia, Jameela Jamil & E! Entertainment on Sept. 5, 2019 in New York City.

Nick Casas and his 4-year-old daughter Sienna have been melting hearts with their precious daddy-daughter covers of hit songs, and now they've melted Camila Cabello's.

The "Liar" singer took to Instagram on Wednesday (Sept. 11) to freak out over Nick and Sienna's performance of Cabello and Shawn Mendes' hit duet "Señorita" on Ellen. "CAN WE SING IT W YOU GUYS FOREVER FROM NOW ON AND CAN I ALSO SQUISH HER CHEEKS," she captioned a clip of the duo.

This isn't the first time Nick and Sienna have caught Cabello's attention, though. Just a few days after the pair posted the original cover on July 19, Cabello shouted them out on Twitter, writing, "what a princess, what a smile!!!!! watching you guys together made me melt!!!! love you guys." Mendes chimed in too, sharing the video with the caption, "Wow well I'm melting."

After Mendes and Cabello made fans (and celebs) go crazy with their almost-kiss at the end of their steamy MTV Video Music Awards performance of "Señorita" on Aug. 26, the real-life couple finally locked lips onstage when Cabello joined Mendes during his first-ever stadium show in his native Toronto on Friday. Now that fans have gotten that onstage kiss, maybe next they'll melt hearts with a Nick and Sienna collab? Seems like Camila's on board.

Check out Nick and Sienna's full performance -- which features Sienna adorably censoring the chorus -- and Cabello's reaction below. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

-------- CAN WE SING IT W YOU GUYS FOREVER FROM NOW ON AND CAN I ALSO SQUISH HER CHEEKS --------------

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