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Lauren Jauregui Opens Up About Relationships & LGBTQ Activism

Lauren Jauregui Opens Up About Relationships & LGBTQ Activism

Lauren Jauregui looks so beautiful on the cover of Gay Times, which is out now.

Here’s what the 22-year-old Fifth Harmony singer said…

On relationships: “You should always have your standards. You should have your limits, your boundaries, things that make you comfortable, things that you like, things that you don’t like. You should know all those things. But you should never expect another person to give you those things. It’s important when you’re in a relationship with someone to understand that the other person isn’t you – they’re not gonna love like you do, and they’re gonna have their own language, if you will. And so if you wanna really love somebody, you’ve gotta apply yourself in terms of learning that person’s language. You can’t expect that the way you would react to things will be the way that other person’s going to react. But at the same time, you’ve got to look out for yourself and make sure you’re being taken care of. If the other person isn’t trying to listen to your language, they’re not the person for you. And when that happens, you’ve gotta move on.”

On being a solo artist after Fifth Harmony: “I had kind of turned myself off creatively as far as, like, trying to make music went for so long that I feel like I had no idea what I wanted to sound like. And that [what I should sound like] is something that keeps evolving every day – I feel like I’m getting closer and closer to my answer. Right now, at this exact moment, I’m in a much clearer headspace than I’ve ever been on what my sound and my vibe is.”

On LGBTQ activism in 2019: “We have a voice and a community that’s definitely united in a way that’s special during this time, but if we’re talking about politically – if we’re talking about the way people are being treated and talked about, there’s a lot of progress to be made, I believe, especially from a legal standpoint. But you know, I’m not the bitch with all the answers. I definitely don’t have all the solutions. But look at the way we unite at Pride – the way the community’s there for each other. We have amazing things in our favor. But there’s levels to all of this, and we can discriminate even among ourselves.”

For more from Lauren, head to GayTimes.co.uk.

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Lauren Jauregui Says Fifth Harmony 'Wasn't Necessarily' a Representation of Her Personal Music Taste

Lauren Jauregui Says Fifth Harmony 'Wasn't Necessarily' a Representation of Her Personal Music Taste

Lauren Jauregui gives the camera a piercing stare in her new cover shoot for EUPHORIA. Magazine!

Here’s what the “Expectations” crooner had to say to the outlet:

On the departure from the pop ethos of Fifth Harmony to create her own alternative R&B sound: “I’m leaning more towards live instrumentation and my vocals are very raw so I’m really focusing on my lyricism. That’s where I feel like my strong suit is. I’m pretty vocal about the fact that [Fifth Harmony] wasn’t necessarily a representation of my personal taste in music or my expression in music. I think I speak for a lot of us when I say that…”

On how sexuality doesn’t be someone’s defining factor: “For me, it is who I am, but it doesn’t define who I am, the same way no one’s sexuality defines who they are. It’s awesome to be proud of the love you’re able to express in this lifetime. I would prefer if most of the headlines weren’t about [my sexuality], but I understand the sensationalization of sex in our culture so I don’t really care too much at the same time. I get it, people like to talk about who people are f–king.”

On what power player in Congress is an inspiration to her: “[Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez] is a major idol for me right now. You know when your mom walks in and is like, ‘Okay. This is how it’s gonna get done. I’ve seen you struggle long enough – I’m just gonna fix this s–t.’ She’s insanely human and she actually takes her position in public office seriously.”

For more from Lauren, visit EuphoriaZine.com.

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Lauren Jauregui Wants All Women to 'Coexist' After Tiffany Haddish's Fifth Harmony Diss

Lauren Jauregui Wants All Women to 'Coexist' After Tiffany Haddish's Fifth Harmony Diss

Lauren Jauregui is not happy with what Tiffany Haddish said about Fifth Harmony at the 2018 MTV VMAs last night.

If you missed it, while Tiffany was presenting an award on stage with Kevin Hart, when she brought up Camila Cabello‘s nominations.

“[Camila]’s nominated for five VMAs tonight. So for those of you watching at home – hi Fifth Harmony!” Tiffany said.

The next day, Lauren took to Twitter to share her wishes that women can all “coexist” without “insulting” each other.

“Waiting for the day when supporting one successful dope woman does not mean insult to other successful dope women. There is energy and space for us all to beautifully coexist and bless the world with our individual truths, stories and talents.✨💕✨” Lauren tweeted.

Normani Reveals Fifth Harmony Are Still In Constant Contact

Normani Reveals Fifth Harmony Are Still In Constant Contact

Fifth Harmony may be on an indefinite hiatus, but the girls are still remaining close friends!

Normani revealed in a recent interview that the group still has an active text chain.

“Yeah, it’s funny because all of our birthdays are back to back, so we’ve been in communication there,” she told ET.

“I think it was [Dinah’s] birthday recently, so I hit her up and told her happy birthday and we keep each other near, but right now, like, creatively we’re in our own space,” Normani added. “It’s like having sisters, you know? You need a breath of fresh air, time to breathe, which is healthy.”

Normani Talks Fifth Harmony Break: 'I Don't Think It Should Be Sad'

Normani Talks Fifth Harmony Break: 'I Don't Think It Should Be Sad'

Normani hit the carpet solo at the 2018 Billboard Awards, and the singer is opening up about being without her Fifth Harmony band mates.

“We’ve been together the last six years and that’s all we’ve ever known,” the 21-year-old told Billboard. “So to now be thrown as a solo artist, and now all eyes are on you, it’s definitely something that you have to get used to.”

“But I think that everything that we’ve done, especially considering I didn’t even know those girls existed six years ago, so everything that we accomplished, I don’t think it should be anything sad. It’s not a disappointment,” Normani continued. “That’s always the place we could call home.”

As for what we could expect from her new solo music, she didn’t give much away but left us with a bit of a tease.

“A lot of dope collaborations, I will say. I’m not going to give anything away,” she said, adding, “I could say I may be the only vocal.”