Ally Brooke took to Instagram this afternoon (September 28) after a scary incident happened at the airport in Monterrey, Mexico.
The 23-year-old Fifth Harmony singer assured fans she was alright after one person lunged at her with both of their arms and almost took her to the ground with them as the band arrived ahead of their concert. Thankfully, security stepped in and made sure she was safe.
“Just to let you know, I am okay after the airport incident,” Ally wrote. “Please be careful and gentle so nobody gets hurt. That was scary. Thank you!”
She added with her message, “Monterrey, I couldn’t be happier to be here! It’s been a dream of mine since I was little. My favorite singer Selena Quintanilla had many beautiful performances here. And now I get to perform in this city! I’m beyond honored & proud. Te amo!!!!!!!”
“This action-packed video features iconic DC female Super Heroes such as Wonder Woman, Supergirl, Batgirl, Harley Quinn, Bumblebee, Poison Ivy and Katana as they flex their super powers and support each other to conquer all obstacles. This collaboration will help build character, promote confidence, and empower girls to discover their true potential,” the video’s notes read.
Check it out below!
DC Super Hero Girls & Fifth Harmony’s “That’s My Girl” Video | DC Super Hero Girls
Camila Cabello talks about an issue that’s close to her heart as she join’s MTV’s Total Registration Live, aka TRL, campaign.
As election year ramps up, Camila will join Kendall Jenner, Ty Dolla $ign and more for the one-day program that MTV describes as “an empowering live special that will rally Millennials to register to vote.” The show’s title “TRL” is a flashback to the network’s classic franchise Total Request Live.
Fifth Harmony singer Camila, 19, took to Twitter to share a video she made with MTV explaining why voter registration has become an important cause for her. “I was born in Cuba, I’m Cuban Mexican. I came to American when I was 6 or 7 years old,” Camila explained. “As an immigrant, I know the struggle and importance of this election.”
TRL airs on Tuesday, September 27, on National Voter Registration Day @ 6PM ET/PT on MTV, mtv.com and MTV’s Facebook and YouTube pages.
Fifth Harmony are officially wrapped on the North American leg of their 7/27 tour — and they’re sending out their thank yous to everyone involved.
“Thank you to every single person who made this tour happen. From lighting to wardrobe, sound to stage, I thank you all with the most gratitude from my heart,” Ally Brooke wrote on her Instagram with a giant group pic. “@willbtouring your outstanding hard work is so appreciated and we all love you so much! We have an amazing team!!”
She added, “And the best fans EVER who made this tour so special! Next stop – Mexico & Europe! #727Tour God bless.”
Camila added on her Instagram, “The 7/27 North American tour is finito and I just wanna give a huge thanks to everybody that came on the road w us this summer and made it all possible. I met people I will know for a lifetime and learned SO much …. I wanna give a huge thank u to @victoriamonet and @jojo for seriously inspiring us all every time they hit the stage, you guys are killas when you get on that stage but the sweetest most down to earth people when u r off. @jakemiller thank u for coming and killing it for our hometown!”
The 20-year-old Fifth Harmony singer took to Twitter after tearing up while singing “No Way” at the Ak-Chin Pavilion in Phoenix last week.
“Thankyou Texas for your amazing shows and thank you so much PHOENIX your energy was insane last night,” Laurentweeted. “And thank you guys so much for the love and concern(: I’m feeling a lot better today! Lyrics just made me extra emotional yesterday ily.”
Watch video of Lauren getting emotional on stage below:
After the group sang “Bo$$,” the 19-year-old singer reportedly took her exit from the stage, unable to stay for the rest of the set. One of her group mates let the audience know that she might have been the victim of a wardrobe malfunction.
Following the concert, Camila apologized to her fans on Snapchat, writing, “Hi Missouri, sorry I couldn’t finish the set last night. Was having too much anxiety and couldn’t finish it.”