Fifth Harmony Were Labeled As 'Divas' After They Wouldn't Talk About Camila Cabello In an Interview

Fifth Harmony Were Labeled As 'Divas' After They Wouldn't Talk About Camila Cabello In an Interview

Fifth Harmony continue to not only be a stand up musical group, but also really amazing people — especially after this nightmare of an interview that they had to go through.

During an interview with The Sun, the ladies — Lauren Jauregui, Dinah Jane, Ally Brooke, and Normani Kordei — avoided a question about Camila Cabello leaving the group, and were subsequently labeled as “divas” by the interviewer for doing so.

“Right now, we’re really focused on each other. We’re so excited in the now, and we have so much to look forward to,” they had said.

They were there to talk about THEIR album, not what conspired over eight months ago. They were there to talk about the friendship they still had together and the stories behind the songs, not about the one member who left.

So, JJJ can fully understand just why the group was less than pleased about this — and Lauren even called the interviewer out on it.

“I’m not sure how trying to avoid answering probing questions meant to start drama b/w women is being ‘diva’..but thanks for the support,” Lauren wrote on Twitter.

After that, a very rude response came from the reporter; and no, it’s not “news” when it happened that long ago. Nice try, though.

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  • Ariana

    Well we already knew they were divas when they acted like entitled little brats when Normani got 3rd on DWTS. Rude little divas, I bet the one that left couldn’t deal with the other four’s egos anymore.

    • Erica

      Did you even read the article or heard their interview?
      They weren’t ‘rude’ or being ‘divas’, they simply weren’t comfortable answering questions about Camila and that moron of an interviewer kept pushing them about it

  • Arlucille

    Did you write this article as a ‘journalist” or as a 5H “friend” ? What the interviewer did is wrong, but your article is very biased.

  • Just Saying

    Or maybe they were actually being divas (rude) but since you are their friend and not a real journalist you are biased.