Fifth Harmony have a date set for their second performance without Camila Cabello!
The ladies – Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei, Dinah Jane, and Lauren Jauregui – will take the stage at the Honda NHL All-Star Game this weekend at Staples Center in Los Angeles. You can watch it on Sunday (January 29) at 3:30 p.m. ET/12:30 p.m. PT on NBC!
The group will perform “The Star-Spangled Banner” after Carly Rae Jepsen sings the Canadian national anthem. Nick Jonas is also set to perform, during the game’s second intermission.
“We are pleased with the incredible lineup of entertainment that we put together for the 2017 Honda NHL All-Star Weekend,” Steve Mayer, NHL chief content officer and executive VP, said in a statement. “The All-Star Weekend will feature three days of can’t-miss events, including the NHL100 celebration on Friday night, in a weekend where hockey takes over Hollywood. We are excited for Nick Jonas, Fifth Harmony and Carly Rae Jepsen’s All-Star Game performances for our fans in L.A and those watching around the world.”
Through music isn’t the only way Lauren Jauregui wants to give women strength.
The 20-year-old singer recently opened up about why and how Fifth Harmony wants to empower women by being themselves.
“Some of our songs are empowering, but I feel like more so than our music, it’s who we are,” Lauren told Nylon. “We’re four women who are completely different ethnicities, completely different body types, completely different walks of life and opinions, and you can see that when you watch an interview, when you meet us.”
She continued, “We have an energy about us that’s so unique and so intense, and it’s because of how much power we have in us as individuals, being confident, harnessing that power, and wanting to share that with other women. I feel like a lot of women hang on to our message, and it empowers them.”
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Lauren Jauregui is opening up about her activism.
The 20-year-old Fifth Harmony member was one of the thousands who participated in the Women’s March on Washington over the weekend.
“It was the most incredible, humbling experience to be in the presence of so many humans who were so willing to come together,” Lauren told Nylon. “When I was there, we were trying to get to the bathroom and then trying to get back into the crowd, and it was absolutely impossible because it was so packed, and there was this woman who was in a wheelchair. We were trying to get up onto the ledge, and she was like, ‘use my wheelchair! Come on!’ She literally let us use her as a stepping stool. It was crazy. Everyone was so helpful, helping each other out.”
Lauren felt compelled to speak out for what she believes in, and urges others to do the same.
“I think that in the entertainment industry particularly, people usually get into this business because they’re trying to just be the distraction for people,” Lauren told the mag. “But for me, I don’t see the power in having a voice, and a voice that so many more people listen to than an average… I don’t feel right having that and not using it for the sake of educating. That’s why I think I was born and given this platform to begin with. I hate attention, I hate all of that kind of shit. But I think God gave me this voice for this purpose—to use it for the sake of uniting people and making sure that everyone knows that it’s okay to use your voice. You can be a young woman, and it’s okay to use your voice. You can be as strong as you want.”
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Lauren Jauregui is such a trooper!
The Fifth Harmony singer wasn’t actually feeling well while performing and attending the 2017 People’s Choice Awards last night (January 18) in Los Angeles.
“proud of baby girl here . she hasn’t been feeling well this week , but we couldn’t tell at all with all that sauce she served tonight on stage,” Dinah Hansen revealed on her Instagram with a cute pic of the two.
She added her support: “Got u always L.”
But she’s definitely right — you couldn’t tell Lauren was feeling ill because she and Fifth Harmony absolutely slayed the stage, and that was on top of winning Favorite Group at the show.
Fifth Harmony is SLAYING it as usual!
The ladies – Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei, Dinah Jane, and Lauren Jauregui – hit the stage without Camila Cabello for the first time at the 2017 People’s Choice Awards held at the Microsoft Theater on Wednesday (January 18) in Los Angeles.
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During their performance of “Work from Home,” the group took out Camila‘s vocals and changed up the melody of the song a little bit.
The ladies also snagged the award for Favorite Group for the second year in a row!
Watch their acceptance speech below.
How amazing do Fifth Harmony look at the 2017 People’s Choice Awards tonight?
The ladies — Lauren Jauregui, Normani Kordei, Dinah Hansen and Ally Brooke — coordinated their outfits together for the event, where they’ll be performing later on.
They’re also up for Favorite Group at the show — against The Chainsmokers, Coldplay, Panic! at the Disco and Twenty One Pilots.
PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Fifth Harmony
If you missed it, Fifth Harmony just announced their brand new tour dates for 2017, which kick off in Asia in March!
We are so excited about these new tour dates for Fifth Harmony!
The ladies — Lauren Jauregui, Normani Kordei, Dinah Hansen and Ally Brooke — made the announcement earlier this week that they’ll be heading to Asia for their first tour dates as a foursome.
“Asia, hope you’re ready for the #727Tour!! This is going to be our FIRST EVER ASIAN TOUR so let’s have some fun,” the group wrote on their Facebook account, sharing the dates in which some are part of the PopSpring Festival.
Don’t forget to catch Fifth Harmony performing at the People’s Choice Awards TONIGHT!
Lauren Jauregui is set to march for women’s rights in Washington D.C. this week!
The 20-year-old Fifth Harmony singer has revealed that she’ll participate in The Women’s March on Washington on Saturday, January 21.
“So excited to join my sisters, brothers and people alike of all forms and races and religions and classes and walks of life in a march for equality, peace and hope,” Lauren wrote on Instagram. “With this new administration and all of the corruption fueled decisions they will make for their personal interest, it is so important for all of our voices to be heard.”
“For our presence to be felt and be overwhelmingly peaceful, truthful, and persistent. We have a responsibility, each and every single one of us, to be the change we wish to see,” she continued. “There is no progression without outspoken, PEACEFUL opposition. I march because I believe in the founding principles of America, in Liberty and Justice for ALL. I believe in an America that can refuse and reject hatred and systematic oppression.”
Lauren added, “I believe that we have the power to recreate a system where we are ALL granted the equal right to be free from the burden of the enslavement of capitalism, where we can all be profitable and still find the time to make sure we’re sane and safe. I believe in every single one of us who’s voices refuse to be quiet in the face of such intolerable injustice. I BELIEVE IN WOMEN and the Matriarchy and finding a solution for our dying earth. I believe that our radical ideas are the shaping of the future and I can’t wait to march and sing alongside all of my fellow humans present in harmony and love as we protest the oncoming wave of a hard revolutionary fight for justice. I’m READYYYY. MUCH LOVE AND I HOPE I SEE U DERRR”
To register or get more info, head over to WomensMarch.com.