Although the ladies of Fifth Harmony haven’t seemed to be on the same page with each other’s solo projects, it seems as though Normani Kordei’s assurance of the band’s solid future is holding true for the time being. Normani, Dinah Jane Hansen and Ally Brooke Hernandez attended Halsey’s concert on Friday to cheer on their own Lauren Jauregui, who was helping Halsey with a performance of “Strangers” once again.
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The ladies of Fifth Harmony have finally heard each others’ solo releases after being left in the dark like a typical fan would be. Lauren Jauregui laid down vocals on “In Your Phone” for Ty Dolla $ign’s new album and Dinah Jane rounded out RedOne’s star-studded “Boom Boom” with Daddy Yankee and French Montana.
It almost looked as if the drama between Fifth Harmony and Camila Cabello was a thing of the past. The solo singer and her former girl group are about to be reunited at an awards show and some old wounds might be torn back open thanks to Camila fans on Twitter. Apparently, Camila’s devotees thought exposing their favorite as a liar would help her somehow.
As Fifth Harmony prepares for a self-titled album on August 25, the ladies have finally found their stride after Camila Cabello’s exit. Normani Koredi, Lauren Jauregui, Dinah Jane Hansen and Ally Brooke Hernandez have risen from the ashes of feeling like burned out “puppets” and, in the infamous words of Lauren, “literal slaves.” They discuss all of this and then some in a new interview with the Los Angeles Times.
Fifth Harmony went from five to four when Camila Cabello decided to exit stage left from the girl band. The remaining members took their time putting new music into the world following the roster change. Their first single post-Camila has finally arrived.
Normani Kordei, Ally Brooke, Dinah Jane and Lauren Jauregui released “Down” late Thursday night. It features Gucci Mane and a subtle dancehall beat. Fifth Harmony is scheduled to give its live debut Friday morning on “Good Morning America.”
Meanwhile, Camila beat her former bandmates to the punch by a few weeks, but launching a solo career requires that kind of competitive nature. She shared her debut solo single “Crying In The Club” towards the end of May and just hopped on a track with Major Lazer, “Know No Better.”
Take a listen to Fifth Harmony’s new song below and tell us what you think.
(Photo credit: Fifth Harmony Instagram account)
Fifth Harmony performed in Philadelphia Friday night and emotions ran high in the wake of the Ariana Grande concert bombing. The ladies took multiple opportunities to acknowledge their love for their fans and as they left the stage, they waved a powerful banner that one concert goer brought to the show.
The rainbow-colored banner read “Let us love the world to peace” and Lauren Jauregui decided to chant the phrase as her bandmates waved it high.
“One of the highlights of the show tonight, thank you to whoever brought this and for every one in that room being so full of LOVE,” Lauren later tweeted out.
Earlier in the show, Ally Brooke addressed the tragedy with an emotional speech that brought her to tears. “We don’t understand it, but we must persevere,” Ally said, choking back tears.
On top of the inspirational environment curated at the hands of the crowd and the band, Normani Koredi also experienced a moment to remember. After a shocking third place finish on this season of “Dancing with the Stars,” Normani was still able to be crowned the winner in Philadelphia. A fan passed her very own trophy to the front of the stage after Normani, once again, thanked her fans for their support during her recent journey.
Check out a few videos from the show below.
(Photo credits: 5HonTour and flwsharmony Twitter accounts)