What good­ness ac­tu­ally feels like

Fifth Har­mony not miss­ing fifth mem­ber Camila

Pretoria News Weekend - - NEWS -

FIFTH Har­mony are the “most har­mo­nious” they have ever been. The Work From Home hit­mak­ers – which in­cludes Ally Brooke, Nor­mani Kordei, Di­nah Jane and Lau­ren Jau­regui – lost their fifth mem­ber Camila Ca­bello when she went solo in De­cem­ber but they in­sist they are stronger than ever.

Di­nah said: “The al­bum is more edgy and ma­ture, of course, but it’s also the most har­mo­nious we have ever been.”

And Nor­mani added: “Hon­estly, it’s a breath of fresh air. We’re just so grate­ful and we thank God, like, lit­er­ally ev­ery sin­gle day. Even in those times where the storm was re­ally, re­ally heavy and we didn’t know if it was go­ing to end… now I recog­nise what good­ness ac­tu­ally feels like.”

When Camila left the group, the girls sought ad­vice from Des­tiny’s Child singer Kelly Row­land, who ad­vised them to “let the mu­sic speak for it­self ”.

Di­nah shared: “We were ad­vised by THE Kelly Row­land. She just told us to, like, let the mu­sic speak for it­self… and just know your worth, be­lieve in your­self and just be there for each other. So we’ve def­i­nitely honed into that. And for her to ad­vise that, like, that says a lot be­cause, you know, she’s gone through the same things.”

While Nor­mani chimed in: “And she said that she was re­ally proud of us.”

The Worth It hit­mak­ers feel they made the right de­ci­sion in not adding any more mem­bers to the group fol­low­ing Camila’s de­par­ture.

Lau­ren re­called to Ac­cess Hol­ly­wood: “We kept ref­er­enc­ing that while we were in the mo­ments of that whole thing hap­pen­ing… like peo­ple, teams or what­ever, sug­gest­ing ‘Oh maybe we get a fifth mem­ber?’ Like no, dude. If we’re go­ing to do this, it’s the four of us. Pe­riod.”

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