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One Member Of Fifth Harmony Is Ready To Flex On “Dancing With The Stars”–But Which One?

One Member Of Fifth Harmony Is Read To Flex On Dancing With The Stars But Which OneAccording to an anonymous source cited in a report from Variety, a member of Fifth Harmony is set to appear in the upcoming season of “Dancing With The Stars.” Alongside other famous faces like Nancy Kerrigan, Mr. T and Simone Biles, one of the group’s four members is rumored to compete for the famous disco ball in the competition. But which one will it be? A simple process of elimination might clear up the hazy question.

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Ally Brooke Hernandez Teases Solo Side Project With The Lost Kings

Ally Brooke Hernandez is going soloAlly Brooke Hernandez is not giving up on getting her own solo music out into the world. On Wednesday night, the singer was in the studio with the Lost Kings and was even featured in the group’s Snapchat Story recording a song.

Lauren Jauregui, Normani Kordei and Dinah Jane Hansen have all gotten media attention for their solo work, but it hasn’t led to any of the girls being kicked out of the group like it did for Camila Cabello.

Hear a sneak peek of Ally’s upcoming duet below.

(Photo credit: Lost Kings Twitter account)

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Fifth Harmony’s Lackluster Performance At The Rodeo Is Far From Red-Hot

Fifth Harmony performs at SA rodeoFifth Harmony hit the stage on Monday night to perform at the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo. Sticking to the same red outfits that seem to be the theme for the foursome’s new era, Fifth Harmony gave the same unimpressive performance it did during the group’s BBYO performance on Sunday night.

Watch video clips from Fifth Harmony’s rodeo concert below.

(Photo credit: 5HonTour Twitter account)

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Fifth Harmony Stays Consistent With Underwhelming BBYO Performance

Fifth Harmony performs at BBYOFifth Harmony gave a few Jewish teen leaders and philanthropists from around the world a special treat when the group performed at the BBYO International Convention. This is one of a few live performances the group has done since kicking Camila Cabello to the curb just before the start of 2017.

Singing “Bo$$,” “Write On Me, “Worth It” and a few other hit songs, the group gave the same underwhelming performance that they’ve given before becoming a foursome.

Watch clips of the ladies’ performance below.

(Photo credit: 5hontour_ Instagram account)

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Fifth Harmony Leaves Fans Seeing Red Following First New Orleans Gig As A Foursome

Fifth Harmony's New Orleans Gig Is A Hot Homecoming For Normani Kordei featureFifth Harmony took to the stage at an event called Family Gras in New Orleans on Saturday night, where the ladies performed some of their biggest hits in a coordinated set of red ensembles. The group’s show for an all-ages crowd included not only songs like “Work From Home,” but even featured a rendition of “You Are My Sunshine.”

The show was more than just Fifth Harmony’s first gig in the Big Easy as a foursome. It was a homecoming for Normani Kordei, who took to Twitter to share how much she enjoyed the chance to perform in her hometown. She even got to revisit the house she grew up in ahead of the show.

Check out photos and video from Fifth Harmony’s trip to New Orleans below.

(Photo credits: Fifth Harmony Instagram account; 5HNewsBrasil Twitter account)

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Lauren Jauregui: “My Mental Health Has Been Erased”

Lauren Jauregui Uses Twitter And Crystals For The Sake Of Her Mental Health featureLauren Jauregui sat down with Teen Vogue for an in-depth interview about her politics and activism. The Fifth Harmony singer discussed not just issues she’s passionate about, but also offered up her experiences and advice about how to engage politically without losing it. For Lauren, that side of activism is important because the political climate has her suffering. “My mental health has been erased,” she admits. “It’s all started going down.”

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