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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.”

Lauren Jauregui Shares Sweet Message For Fans After Fifth Harmony Debuts Final Music Video

Lauren Jauregui Shares Sweet Message For Fans After Fifth Harmony Debuts Final Music Video

Lauren Jauregui is sending all Fifth Harmony fans a virtual hug with her sweet message on Twitter this morning (May 18).

After Fifth Harmony revealed their final music video together, the 21-year-old singer wrote a short note to everyone who has supported the group through thick and thin – and it will make you tear up.

“We love you all so much you have no idea what you’ve meant to us,” Lauren wrote. “Thank you thank you!!”

She adds, “I’m crying reading all of your reactions, idk what we did to deserve you but I LOVE YOU.”

If you missed 5H‘s video for “Don’t Say You Love Me”, watch it on JJJ now.

'Don't Say You Love Me': Fifth Harmony Premiere Their Final Music Video - Watch Here!

'Don't Say You Love Me': Fifth Harmony Premiere Their Final Music Video - Watch Here!

It’s time to say goodbye… for now.

Fifth Harmony have released the official music video for “Don’t Say You Love Me” off of their self-titled 2017 album.

“Thank you for an incredible journey. We love you, Harmonizers! ❤️❤️,” the group – Ally Brooke, Dinah Jane, Lauren Jauregui, and Normani Kordei – captioned with their Twitter post for the video.

The clip closes with the four of them individually walking out a door. That symbolic door cracks open at the very end, however, teasing the possibility of a reunion down the road.

Just last week, 5H shared their thoughts after their last show together.


Fifth Harmony – ‘Don’t Say You Love Me’ (Music Video)