ALESSIA CARA SAYS ADULTHOOD MAKES HER ‘NERVOUS’ DESPITE SKYROCKETING MUSIC CAREER

The 22-year-old music star is set to perform Wednesday at Caesars Windsor

As a teenager enters adulthood, they might find themselves nervously booking appointments over the phone, having to engage in more one-on-one conversations with people and exploring the world alone — but Canadian pop star Alessia Cara says those tasks still make her nervous to this day.

“There’s certain responsibilities you have to have for yourself, and things like that are very scary for me,” said Cara.

On Wednesday, the 22-year-old singer from Brampton, Ont. will bring her national tour, The Pains of Growing, to Caesars Windsor. The tour’s name, she said, carries a “more literal” name than her first tour in 2016, titled Know-It-All.

“I think everybody in that phase of their life sometimes feels like they have it all figured it out. I was definitely that type of teenager,” said Cara, adding that she started working on her first album when she was in high school.

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