Fifth Harmony’s Dinah Jane Hansen broke down in tears during a seriously emotional moment with her bandmates during the girls’ most recent “7/27 Tour” stop in Spain.
Spanish Fifth Harmony fans took to Twitter to share footage of the moment Dinah became visibly emotional and unable to sing during the band’s concert at Sant Jordi Club in Barcelona, Spain, on October 14, causing Dinah’s bandmates, Ally Brooke Hernandez, Normani Kordei, Lauren Jauregui and Camila Cabello to rush to her side to comfort her.
Footage of the seriously emotional on stage moment uploaded to Twitter by Fifth Harmony fan @silvxcabello shows the Spanish crowd chanting Dinah’s name as she attempts to sing the track “Brave Honest Beautiful,” a song written by Meghan Trainor and taken from the girls’ 2015 album Reflection.
— silvia -1 (@silvxcabello) October 14, 2016
Fan captured footage then shows Dinah breaking down in tears and crying during the emotional moment during the Spanish concert as her bandmates attempt to comfort her while continuing to sing the emotional lyrics of the empowering song.
It’s not exactly clear what brought Dinah to tears on stage during the performance, though Fifth Harmony later retweeted the video clip on their official Twitter page to the band’s more than 3.4 million followers, simply adding three heart emojis.
Dinah Jane has so far stayed tight-lipped on exactly why she was crying during the show and has not yet taken to social media in the hours that followed Fifth Harmony’s only Spanish stop on their “7/27 Tour,” but fans were quick to flock to social media to comfort Dinah using the hashtag #WeLoveYouDinah.
Fifth Harmony’s dedicated social media followers voiced their concern for Dinah after she was seen getting visibly emotional and crying during the band’s concert, tweeting the singer to make sure she was okay in the wake of her emotional onstage breakdown.
“I hope you’re okay babe, it hurts so much to see you cry, I only wanna see your beautiful smile @dinahjane97 #WeLoveYouDinah,” Fifth Harmony fan @lylasthing wrote after seeing Dinah Jane Hansen crying on stage with her Fifth Harmony bandmates.
“Hate seeing anyone in [Fifth Harmony] crying. It breaks my heart. Hope you’re ok now, Queen. Smilee @dinahjane97 #WeLoveYouDinah,” @choooanne added, and @ck_ckkyle3 tweeted to Dinah, “My tears literally fall down when I saw her crying. It breaks my heart tho. @dinahjane97, I’m always here for you. #WeLoveYouDinah.”
Dinah is yet to confirm to fans if she was crying out of happiness or sadness during Fifth Harmony’s most recent tour stop, though this certainly isn’t the first time one of the girlband has broken down in tears crying during the “7/27 Tour,” which still has several dates scheduled around Europe until the tour wraps at the end of October.
Just last month, Dinah’s bandmate Lauren Jauregui started crying on stage during Fifth Harmony’s “7/27 Tour” stop at Ak-Chin Pavilion in Phoenix, Arizona, on September 8, almost falling to the floor in tears as Fifth Harmony performed the pretty emotional track “No Way” from their most recent album, 7/27.
A number of concertgoers uploaded footage of Lauren crying to social media, causing Jauregui to address her tears on Twitter, where she told fans that her emotional on stage moment was all down to the song’s lyrics.
— ♕Tay loves OT5 | 11 (@jaureguidoomed) September 9, 2016
“And thank you guys so much for the love and concern,” Lauren told Fifth Harmony’s dedicated followers after they voiced their concern for Jauregui on Twitter after fans spotted her crying on stage.
“I’m feeling a lot better today!” Lauren continued to Fifth Harmony fans, revealing that she was crying during the band’s performance because the song’s “lyrics just made me extra emotional yesterday [I love you].”
Just days later, Ally Brooke Hernandez was also seen crying on stage during Fifth Harmony’s concert in Mexico after she became emotional while addressing the band’s sold out crowd.
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