Camila Cabello is just like any other fan when she learned that Justin Bieber was listening to her new song "Havana" through an Instagram Story post. On Sunday, the "Love Yourself" [VIDEO] artist shared a screen shot of the female singer's newly released single to his millions of followers.

Former 5H member debuts two singles from upcoming solo album

The gesture obviously reached the attention of the former Fifth Harmony member who uploaded a video of her reaction on Snapchat. In the said post, Camila Cabello was seen crying after getting some love and support from Justin Bieber.

When asked what happened to her, the female artist sobbed and said, "Justin Bieber was listening to "Havana" on his Instagram Story," before she lowered her head and hide her face from getting caught on camera.

The former girl group member released two new singles, "OMG" and "Havana," under her upcoming debut solo album "The Hurting. The Healing. The Loving." in August. Camila Cabello collaborated with several artists for the studio album that consists of 13 tracks.

The 20-year-old singer considered her upcoming release a representation of her life as a singer. "It’s a story of my journey from darkness into light, from a time when I was lost, to a time when I found myself again," she wrote. "It was a kind of chapter you never want to read out loud."

5H keeps name after Cabello exit

Camila Cabello announced her plan to release her first-ever album as a solo artist several months after she bow out from Fifth Harmony in December.

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She was with the girl group for four years since they were put together to form a quintet band to compete on "The X Factor," particularly for its "Young Adults" category.

The "Bad Things" singer admitted her departure from the group has affected her relationship with the other members who claimed that she failed to inform them of her plan to pursue a solo career. She even penned a lengthy post to address the issues surrounding her decision to leave the group.

"The girls were aware of my feelings through the long, much needed conversations about the future that we had on tour," she claimed.

The remaining members, on the other hand, confirmed to ET Online that they agreed to promote as Fifth Harmony despite the sudden departure of Camila Cabello. Lauren Jauregui explained it was a mutual decision among the members to keep the name as it is regardless of what happened to the girl group.

"Fifth Harmony is the name we grew up with and we worked for and it’s our brand," she said. "It’s who we are. It’s our entire moments. It’s what we spent five years on."