Camila Cabello of Fifth Harmony may be friends with Taylor Swift, but that isn’t cooling down the inner fangirl for her superstar pal. After attending the first of two 1989 World Tour shows in East Rutherford, N.J. (on July 10), the “Worth It” singer took to Instagram to gush about how much fun she had at the concert at MetLife Stadium — and she even shared a video of herself singing along to “Wildest Dreams,” one of the tracks on Swift’s album 1989.
“OK, so I have always wanted to go to a Taylor Swift show and write 13 all over my body, and if my mom hadn’t told me to calm down and be ‘at least a little cool’ I DEFINITELY would’ve been dressed up as a Starbucks lover,” Cabello wrote, referencing an oft-misheard lyric from one of Swift’s singles, “Blank Space.” (The line “Got a long list of ex-lovers” from the song’s chorus is frequently mistaken for “All the lonely Starbucks lovers.”)
“Tonight I sang at the top of my lungs to all the Taylor songs that have been the soundtrack to my life — that have understood how I felt more than anybody else did,” she continued. “My sister and I danced like maniacs and I screamed ‘I LOVE YOU!!!’ when it got quiet and didn’t really care who was looking, BAHAHA. For anyone that has known me from the beginning you know she is my musical queen — so for that reason — and just me coming to see one of my most magical friends absolutely kill it — TONIGHT. WAS. AWESOME. It’s 4 a.m. and I’m exhausted and happy. LOOK AT THAT CROWD. LOOK AT THEM SINGING. LOOK AT IT.”
Over on Twitter, Cabello praised her concert experience even more, saying that the “show is spectacular and I FELT ALL THE FEELS.”
i have a “13” on both my hands. i cried and danced and laughed and sang. @taylorswift13 ‘s 1989 show is spectacular and I FELT ALL THE FEELS
— camEEla cabeYo (@camilacabello97) July 11, 2015
Cabello’s in luck: Her musical idol thinks pretty highly of her, too. Back in March, Swift posted an Instagram clip of the pair freaking out over hearing Fifth Harmony on the radio along with the caption “When ‘Worth It’ comes on the radio and you’re with Camila Cabello and all chill is lost.”