SUPERSTAR Camila Cabello first rose to fame in 2012 as a member of the girl group Fifth Harmony.
Since then, she has launched a successful solo career and is now going viral on TikTok in a new holiday-themed meme.
Camila Cabello is a popular singer and songwriter Credit: Getty
What is the Camila Cabello Christmas ‘Quismois’ meme on TikTok?
At the beginning of November 2022, the 25-year-old singer and songwriter started celebrating Christmas early with a cover of I’ll Be Home for Christmas.
The cover was posted on YouTube and has already received over 310,000 views.
Cabello was simply getting into the holiday spirit, but what she did not expect was for the cover to become a meme.
Shortly after the cover went viral, several fans took to TikTok to poke fun at the way the Cuba native says “Christmas.”
Instead of pronouncing it as “kris-mes,” Cabello pronounced it as quismois, or “quiz mouse.”
What did Camila Cabello say about the meme?
Shortly after the meme went viral, Cabello responded to it and poked fun at herself in a new TikTok video.
In the clip, Cabello pretends to be her own vocal coach and is working on the pronunciation of the word “Christmas.”
“me before recording my version of I’ll be home for christmas (quismois),” she captioned the clip.
Who is Camila Cabello?
Cabello is a popular singer and songwriter who was born on March 3, 1997, in Cojímar, Cuba.
She first rose to fame in 2012 while competing on The X Factor.
Fans poked fun at the way Camila Cabello pronounces the word “Christmas” Credit: PBS
At the time, she was performing as a solo artist but was later put with Ally Brooke, Normani, Dinah Jane, and Lauren Jauregui by Simon Cowell to form Fifth Harmony.
The group ultimately finished in third place but went on to release several hit songs, including Miss Movin’ On, Work From Home, Not That Kinda Girl, We Know, and Sledgehammer before disbanding in 2018.
After that, Cabello launched her own solo career, which include the hit songs Señorita, Bam Bam, Liar, and Never Be the Same.
Cabello is also known for her former relationship with Shawn Mendes and for her portrayal of Cinderella in the Amazon original movie Cinderella.
In 2022, she joined Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, and John Legend as a judge on The Voice.