Who’s more than ready for that giveaway that Normani Kordei mentioned on Twitter? So are we!
Earlier this week, JJJ shared the cute story about the 19-year-old Fifth Harmony singer and her time with the Saving Our Daughters charity for its new initiative called “Saving Our Cinderellas” and now we’re giving away 10 more gift bags she made to JJJ readers!
Each of the gift bags include: a personalized note, CD and an eyeshadow palette that Normani created herself.
“Positive vibes in the studio. So excited for round 2! We’re not goin nowhere ??????#5h2,” they captioned the pic.
“We’d be lying if we all said this is a picture perfect thing, like we all completely agreed on the album track list and what the sound and the music video treatment would be like, which usually happens in bands who grew up together. But for manufactured bands, it’s harder,” Camila shared with Latina magazine about an impending break up of the group — BUT, they’re not breaking up!
The girls added a fun video on Instagram, too. Check it below!
Normani Kordei poses with some girls as she visits the Boys & Girls Club this past week in Los Angeles.
The 19-year-old Fifth Harmony singer teamed up with the Saving Our Daughters charity for its new initiative called “Saving Our Cinderellas,” which aims to break the cycle of bullying through involvement in arts and music programs in school.
“I’m extremely grateful to have been a part of the Saving Our Cinderellas organization,” Normani told JJJ “I not only left knowing that I inspired them but that they truly inspired me. I wanted to encourage them and help them understand that age doesn’t define what difference you can make in this world or the value that each of their voices hold.”
Normani talked to the girls about her career, gave them fun gift bags, and “promised that next time I came back we would play basketball and sing ‘No One’ by Alicia Keys.” Aw!
She added, “I told them not to fear whatever struggle they may have, because in the end, they are guaranteed to come out on top even stronger than they had before. I find beauty in the struggle and the journey in getting through it.”
Camila on what she looks for in a future boyfriend: “I think it just needs to be a good person. Because I’m a good girl, I tend to fall for the bad boy persona, and it ends up biting me in the butt. They end up not knowing how to treat me, and I end up completely devastated. I just need to find someone who is a good person with good values and who is focused. Unfortunately, I don’t have a lot friends outside the music industry, and I only have two outside of it. I’m a very big believer in tight and close circles. I don’t have a lot of friends, and I’m really picky about the people I surround myself with. I think that’s important. If it happened to be someone in the music industry, it would have to be someone who is completely in it for the music — not buying into any of the fame and disgusting stuff. There’s a lot of disgusting stuff. I’m just overwhelmed by it lately. There’s gross sh-t in the music industry.”
“It was perfect, just because we loved the first film so much. And just the vibe of the song, you know, we thought, ‘Dang, this is really good for, especially for, an animated film. Like this is something Fifth Harmony would record,’” Normani shared.
She added, “We really just connected with the song on a personal level and then also the movie just has a message of, you know, self love and acceptance and confidence and, um, just not allowing anybody to interfere with your happiness, which is what our group stands for.”
Camila: I like to wear a lot of preppy, girly, classic kind of things. I like feeling like a princess. I love pearls. I really like the whole Gossip Girl/Chanel vibe.
Lauren: I’m kind of like a rocker-grungy-edgy sort of vibe. I pretty much wear black all the time, like almost every day of my life, even if it’s summer.
Dinah Jane: Urban chic. I’ll throw on a snapback and a blazer with pants, something very classy, but then add a little swag into it.
Normani: My style is very high fashion. I like to take risks and not go with the flow of everybody else. I really like to stand out and be different.
Ally: It really depends on my mood and how I’m feeling that day. Sometimes I want to wear high-waisted shorts and skirts. Rarely I’ll be feeling jeans. I feel like a lot of girls feel that way too. It’s like, just grab what you like.
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