Tuesday night, Cabello became the fourth rodeo performer this year to celebrate the late singer, following in the steps of Cardi B, Prince Royce and Kacey Musgraves, who kicked off the Selena honors last week.
Cabello sang the ballad "Dreaming of You," which was released two weeks after Selena was killed in 1995.
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"I need you to hear something, alright?" Cabello said to the crowd of 55,782, as the opening notes of "Dreaming of You" followed.
Cabello tweeted after the show, thanking fans for their support and asking a valid question for any rodeo fan: 'how can I sign up to be a cowgirl?'
Thank you, Houston Rodeo! I went up there and was so nervous, every time I saw a yellow NBTS hoodie I was so relieved lmao, thank you for always making me feel supported and loved, i love you guys so much!!!!!! PS, how can I sign up to be a cowgirl pic.twitter.com/QRieGyyLQw— camila (@Camila_Cabello) March 6, 2019
The Selena tributes have ranged from honoring the singer by performing her songs like Musgraves who covered "Como La Flor" and Prince Royce who went with "No Me Queda Mas" to giving a nod to Selena's style, like Cardi B, who wore a fringe jacket and bustier.
Kacey Musgraves pays tribute to Selena at RodeoHouston
Prince Royce honors Selena on anniversary of her Astrodome rodeo concert
Cardi B pays tribute to Selena at RodeoHouston and in 'Please Me' video