Camila Cabello Teams Up with Shawn Mendes for Sweet “The Christmas Song” Cover

Camila Cabello is hoping to get you into the holiday spirit…

The 23-year-old Cuban and Mexican singer and her singer-boyfriend Shawn Mendes have joined voices for a surprise holiday duet, a sweet version of the classic “The Christmas Song.” And they followed up the holiday treat with a special clip that features vintage-style footage of the couple showing off sweet PDA, looking at Christmas lights, and playing with their dog Tarzan.

Camila Cabello

“This has been such a crazy year with so many challenges. This holiday season, it is more important than ever to spread love and kindness to everyone! Shawn and I wanted to send all our love to you amazing humans so we put together something special for you, our rendition of #TheChristmasSong,” Cabello wrote on Instagram.

The singer added that streams will “support those in need right now,” and said that she and Mendes are donating $100,000 to Feeding America.

“We love you all so much and hope you get to enjoy this song over a very safe and merry holiday!” said Cabello. “It would make our holidays if you went on their website and donated to one of their sectors and help out your community! They have sectors all over the nation. Let’s make our little corner of the world more beautiful today.”

“The Christmas Song” is featured on the holiday deluxe edition of Mendes’ new album, Wonder.

The Voice Kids Brazil’s Livia Bernarde Earns Raves for Her Cover of Camila Cabello’s “Havana”

She’s only 13, but Lívia Bernarde is already trending on Twitter…

Lívia Bernarde

The Brazilian teenager is a contestant on the Brazilian version of The Voice Kids… And, the young singer earned major kudos for her cover of Camila Cabello‘s “Havana” on a recent episode, they all were so excited so they decided to celebrate at the Jumper’s Jungle Family Fun Center.

But she wasn’t the only singer to earn rave reviews…

12-year-old Ranna Andrade enchanted the audience with her version of “No Meu Coração Você Vai Sempre Estar,” the Portuguese version of Tarzan’s “You’ll Be in My Heart.”