Fifth Harmony have been on the fast track to growing up with their new album, 7/27, which dropped back in May. The girls have been raising eyebrows with the profanity-laced lyrics on the album, sexually charged music videos, and their grownup image.
As the girls embark on their 7/27 tour, they have been wearing some head-turning looks. They continued their massive tour with their latest stop in Australia. Fifth Harmony made an appearance on Sunrise on early Wednesday morning where they performed their new singles, “Work From Home” and “All In My Head (Flex).”
According to DirectLyrics.com, both of Fifth Harmony’s performances were not their strongest since they have been exhausted from all the traveling they have been doing on their world and they had to wake up early in the morning for this TV appearance. So, their energy and harmonies were a little off.
What shocked everyone was the remark that one of the Sunrise co-hosts said after Fifth Harmony’s “All In My Head (Flex)” performance. She told them to put some clothes on. Fifth Harmony’s attire may be too sexy, especially since some of these singers are still underage and have younger fans. However, they can dress however they want.
The co-host quickly backtracked her comments after the awkward moment and seconds later said that the weather in Sydney has been cold lately. Check out the videos for yourself below.
The awkward comment starts after this performance at 4:37.
To argue the co-host’s statements, Normani Kordei and Lauren Jauregui were wearing pants. Meanwhile, Ally Brooke, Camila Cabello, and Dinah-Jane Hansen were the only ones who were wearing miniskirts and mini dresses. But Fifth Harmony took the joke well, and laughed along with the co-host. It seems like the co-host didn’t mean anything by it.
This moment comes shortly after the Daily Mail reported about Fifth Harmony’s provocative outfits at a recent event. They decided to go all out in matching bondage attire for a special performance for a NOVA FM listener concert at The Star casino in Sydney. Before performing for their 650 adoring fans, the girl group hit the red carpet in their sexy attire.
Lauren Jauregui, 20, wore a black leather vest with zipped high-waisted shorts and over-the-knee boots. Ally Brooke, 23, opted for a black leather romper that featured a mesh cutout that showed off her cleavage. She also paired her look with thigh-high boots.
Normani Kordei, 20, wore a black bustier bra and loose fitting pants. She accessorized her look with a black choker attached to a gold body chain. Camila Cabello, 19, is usually the more conservative one of the bunch because she’s the youngest. She stepped out in a zipped vest and black pants with straps.
But Dinah-Jane Hansen, also 19, showed some skin in a black long-sleeved bodysuit that featured corseting and a mesh underlay. She paired her look with black laced-up boots. The lucky fans inside watched Fifth Harmony perform “Right On Me,” “All In My Head,” and “Work From Home.”
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— Stephanie Brito (@StephSherlock5H) July 15, 2016
Meanwhile, Fifth Harmony’s fans, also known as “harmonizers,” made a scene outside a studio where the group was doing an interview. Dinah-Jane recognized one of their longtime fans, named Manama, and invited her in so that she could finally meet her idols, according to a report by the New Zealand Herald. The interview was quickly interrupted while Manama finally met 5H and erupted into screams. She was in disbelief, as she didn’t know what to say.
Other fans outside of the NZME headquarters explained why they love listening to Fifth Harmony.
“They’re so talented. And they’re all about equality. They stick to what they believe in and they won’t let anyone tell them anything else. They’re amazing,” two of their fans said.
That still hasn’t stopped some parents from thinking that Fifth Harmony is a bad influence on their teens. Let us know what you think! Do you think Fifth Harmony dresses too provocatively for their age? Or, do you think they have every right to wear want they want? Sound off below in the comments section.
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