Camila Cabello sparked some engagement speculation when she shared a TikTok of herself dancing, featuring an engagement-like ring on her left ring finger. But she swore to Jimmy Fallon on the Tonight Show that it really isn’t what it looks like. She and her boyfriend of two years Shawn Mendes are not taking that step right now.
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“Ooh, is this news?” Cabello teased at first. Then she said more seriously, “No, guys!”
“He [Shawn] has not [asked me to marry him]. And I am not engaged. I swear to God, I don’t know what hand the engagement ring goes on, so sometimes I’ll just like put it on my ring finger,” Cabello clarified. Then she asked Fallon, “I mean, I’d actually like you to enlighten me—which hand is the engagement hand? Because I don’t know. My parents are married, and they both lost their ring. Literally, my mom couldn’t tell me, either. She could save me from this, but she doesn’t because she doesn’t know, either!”
“It’s the left hand, right?” Fallon asked. “Yeah.”
Cabello responded, “You don’t even know! Is this common knowledge?” They riffed on it a bit below:
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Mendes, on the other hand, opened up last week about how his arguments with Cabello affect their relationship.
“We definitely fight, and we get in like the worst little arguments, but like, I think that we definitely are pretty good at picking up on when it’s just ego talking,” Mendes said. “And we usually like, call each other out. It’s we have a really honest and open relationship, but, but yeah, no, we definitely fight. I think like, especially like, I think the longer the relationship goes, it’s like the easier it seems to be to fight. So, yeah, it’s definitely not that holding hands all the time, but we’re really good with each other. It never gets bad. It’s always like a little fight.”
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