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Camila Cabello slays with New Year's Eve performance of Havana in New York
Camila Cabello performed at the New Year’s celebrations in New York (Picture: Mark Sagliocco/STTK/REX/Shutterstock)

Camila Cabello welcomed in the New Year with a sparkly performance of her hit track Havana.

The 20-year-old took to the stage in New York City’s Times Square accompanied by her suit-clad backing dancers with a faultless performance of the number one single.

She warmed up the chilly crowds on the freezing night with her high-energy and totally sassy performance, which saw her at one point go a capella and wow by hitting the high notes.

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Camila Cabello slays with New Year's Eve performance of Havana in New York
Camilla looked stunning (Picture: Michael Stewart/WireImage)

Before the performance she showed off her pearly queen-esque outfit in an Instagram video which showed off her full bling.

It was a star-filled stage in Times Square, with performances from the likes of Charlie Puth, Halsey, Bebe Rexha, Shawn Mendes, Nick Jonas and of course Mariah Carey.

It turned out to be a much more successful night for Mariah compared to last year, who after 2016’s disastrous performance, managed to bounce back with a trouble-free 2017 gig.

BTS were also in for a performance, although they’d recorded theirs back in November. That didn’t matter to the Army though, who were totally there for the lads and their rendition of DNA.

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