They’re a girl Down, but Fifth Harmony are still up four hits
FIFTH HARMONY insist they’re still Worth It following the shock departure of ex-member Camila Cabello.
They may be a lady down, but in an exclusive chat with Guilty Pleasures, the US girl band assured us they’ve never been better.
With no more discord in the ranks, Normani Kordei explained: ‘We’re doing greater than ever just because we have communication and respect for one another.
‘We’re really focused on the relationship we have right now amongst the four of us,’ added the 21-year-old, ‘We’re starting from the ground up.’
Camila, 20, went walkies last year and was accused by the rest of the band of not even attempting to patch things up.
‘We called for group meetings which she refused,’ they claimed in a lengthy social media post. ‘We even went as far as group counselling which she did not show up to.’
Determined to BO$$ the charts with new single Down (out now), the four-piece have recently won praise from label manager Simon Cowell — who, famously, isn’t forthcoming with compliments.
‘We came over to his house, played him some of our records and he was super excited,’ recalled Dinah Jane, 20. ‘He even gave us a standing ovation!’
The gals — including Lauren Jauregui, also 21, and Ally Brooke, 23 — were also the ones cracking the whip on their upcoming third album.
‘We have a lot more control,’ exclaimed Lauren. ‘A song was presented to us and we went back to the label to say, “No, this isn’t us, this isn’t our image”. We really fought to make our voices heard and that song never came to light,’ added Ally.
Author: Tom Stichbury