Fifth Harmony Continues To Blaze A Trail Up The Charts, But They Don’t Mind To Stop To Help A Fan Out

Pop sensation Fifth Harmony continues to burn up the charts. They finished third on X Factor in 2012. However, Fifth Harmony is arguably the most popular group to come from the show in the United States. They already have three certified gold singles, and their first album, Reflection, debuted at number five on the Billboard 200 chart this past February. Despite being busy, the girls of Fifth Harmony are going to take time out this week from their busy schedule to help a fan out.

On Tuesday, Fifth Harmony will be helping one of their fans, called Harmonizers, ask their special someone to the prom. This is all a part of MTV’s Promposal Mania two-day event. The event will be televised live, April 21. This isn’t the first time the girls of Fifth Harmony have gotten together to help their fans perfect dance come true. Last year, the girls surprised a group of students in Connecticut at their prom.

MTV’s Promposal is just one of the stops Fifth Harmony is making in the month of April. Early in the month, they were chosen to sing at the White House. Harmony belted out an redition of “Happy Birthday” in honor of the fifth anniversary of the First Lady Michelle Obama’s “Let’s Move” program. It should come as no surprise the girls brought the house down soon after being introduced by the president himself.

After Promposal, Fifth Harmony will be one of the headline acts at this year’s Radio Disney Music Awards (RDMA) on April 26. The ladies are looking to add to their collection of awards this year. They recently won a Kids Choice Award for their video “Worth It.” They are nominated for two RDMA’s for Best Group and Catchiest Tune. The Harmonizers are also up for Fiercest Fans.

The girls of Fifth Harmony are mindful of the unique position they find themselves in. Each of the ladies in the group is a member of a minority, and they recognize the opportunity they have to influence this generation. Group member Camilia Cabello, a native of Cuba, explained it in an interview with Billboard their importance.

“We’re all minorities doing a major thing.”

Lauren Jauregui also weighed in on the topic in the same interview.

“We like that when girls look at us, they don’t see perfect little blond-haired, blue-eyed Barbie dolls. We all have different body types and different skin.”

It truly is amazing the swiftness that Fifth Harmony has come on to the scene. They do not show signs of slowing down anytime soon, but it is great to see they don’t mind taking the time to help someone else’s dream come true along the way.