If this is true, it is absolutely crazy!
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Dem our girls!
Luckily, it looks like they're finally starting to take their fans' concerns to heart — because their music video for That's My Girl out Monday is all about girl power!
The video itself isn't anything too groundbreaking, but we're really feeling Normani Kordei, Dinah Jane Hansen, Lauren Jauregui, Camila Cabello, and Ally Brooke's Mad Max: Fury Road-inspired costumes!
Immortan Joe did have five wives after all…
Plus, this officially makes 5H three-for-three with their 7/27 videos — Nicely done, ladies!
Ch-ch-check out Fifth Harmony's That's My Girl music video (above)!!!
We've been wondering for a while now if Fifth Harmony is bound for a breakup.
Considering the girl group has cancelled a bunch of dates on their 7/27 Tour, and Lauren Jauregui, Normani Kordei, Dinah-Jane Hansen, and Ally Brooke Hernandez don't seem to get along with Camila Cabello, it's not entirely unlikely.
In fact, plenty of people are speculating that 5H won't even last long enough to release a third album together! Oof!
On Wednesday, The New Music Buzz caught up with Simon Cowell at the finale of America's Got Talent to ask about the fierce females' fates, since the lovely ladies are signed to the music exec's Syco label.
The TV personality said what's going on with the X Factor alums is the "same with any group." Could he be referencing Zayn Malik's desire to ditch One Direction, or the other guys wanting to explore solo ventures?!
The UK native explained:
"We have conversations about what they want to do. We gotta listen to them. It'll be fine."
While that seems reassuring to all the Harmonizers out there, the 56-year-old quickly cringed before adding:
Hmmm. Doesn't exactly sound so promising after all. Watch Simon visably grimace over the fate of Fifth Harmony (below)!
After a month away from Twitter, she's back!
You might remember Fifth Harmony's Normani Kordei decided to quit in August after writing a statement addressed to her fans about how she was being "racially cyber bullied with tweets and pictures so horrific and racially charged."
Well amid news the Work From Home singers have decided to cancel even more 7/27 tour dates, the 20-year-old made her return to the social media on site on Tuesday.
And with it, she announced she's teamed up with Cybersmile to put an end to cyber bullying!
Normani explained in the press release:
Harmonizers may not be happy to hear this!
On Monday, news surfaced that the ladies of Fifth Harmony canceled even more stops on their 7/27 world tour. Eek!
As you may recall, the X Factor alums dropped the last final four stops from the U.S. leg of their tour back in August — including shows in Auburn, Washington, Ridgefield, Washington, San Diego, and Las Vegas. At the time, the women gave little to no explanation as to why they called it quits on the shows. And it seems the girlband has created an upset again, only this time for the European leg of their tour, as it's said they've pulled out of SIX of their scheduled concerts in Berlin and Munich, Germany, Geneva and Zurich, Switzerland and Marseille, France.
Uh oh! Again, 5H has yet to issue a statement on why they've backed out of these performances. One unverified Twitter account which updates fans about Fifth Harmony's tour simply wrote: