Shawn Mendes confesses every song he wrote was about Camila Cabello

Shawn Mendes confesses every song he wrote was about Camila Cabello

In a trailer released Tuesday, the Canadian singer, 22, strips down and soaps up in the shower as he reveals how he started out as a performer.

The documentary of Shawn Mendes shall be launched the following 23 of October by the streaming platform, the place it is possible for you to to see the facet of the very Camila's Hair.

Shawn Mendes is getting ready to give fans a big peek into his personal life - starting with the morning routine.

Fans can also see the intensity of being on tour for Shawn, and his ups and downs.

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"You first get on the stage and ego comes dashing in", he explains.

The trailer includes onstage and backstage footage from Mendes' 104-show tour as well as candid interviews filmed in hotel rooms. They sparked dating rumors after collaborating on the song "I Know What You Did Last Summer" and further fueled "Shawmila" speculation after collaborating on "Señorita" in 2019.

"This isn't a story about a famous musician", he says. "And it goes, 'don't mess up.' And then it goes in for 30 seconds and you go, 'oh, yeah, I'm just a guy and I love music'". "Like every song I've ever wrote", he continued. This is the story about a guy growing up, ' Shawn tells the cameras at some point.

In Wonder, which promises to offer "unprecedented access to Mendes' private life both at home" and feature years of footage from his life and career, premieres on Netflix on November 23.

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