Fifth Harmony Stands by Justin Bieber After His Tour Cancellation
Fifth Harmony‘s third studio album is right around the corner (eeeek!) and, according to the ladies, their new music is about to be their best and most genuine yet.
While attending the Igo.live social media launch party last night, the girls opened up to Entertainment Tonight about what to expect come their highly anticipated new music. When asked how the dynamic amongst the group has been of late, Ally Brooke said, “We’re so close and we love each other so much. We have ups and downs, but we get through it together and right now, like I said, we’re experiencing this [new moment]. We’re at such a high right now. It’s such a momentous time for us.”
“It’s been the biggest from the top of the year up until now. We’ve done so much. We started out doing People’s Choice [Awards] and we won awards,” Normani Kordei added.
Earlier this week, Fifth Harmony also announced that the band’s third studio album — and first without Camila Cabello — will be released on August 25. So the burning question remains: What can fans expect to hear on their self-titled LP?
“I think maybe, the most genuine sound we’ve ever had,” Lauren Jauregui dished. “Like, authentic.” Dinah Jane also added that the source material for the upcoming album was “love, things that we go through.” Normani also stated that the album shows the tremendous growth the group has endured, as it emphasizes each of their experiences. She also added, “And just from then, it’s just been blessing after blessing.”
Dinah also mentioned that the most exciting part about getting back into music has been getting to write with producers and other writers. On that note, there’s no doubt 5H is made up of extremely hard workers, so they know a thing or two about knowing what it feels like to need a break.
ET also asked the girls what they think about Justin Bieber canceling his tour, to which Normani spoke out in support of Bieber, saying, “We support him and support happiness. We know what it feels like, especially being on the road, and we’re super family-oriented. Like, for me, I get homesick a lot. He was on tour for about 18 months, so that’s a long time… He needed it.”
Lauren also put in her two cents, saying, “No one cancels a tour unless it’s damaging for them to continue, so he probably had a very good reason.” AMEN to that!