The ladies of Fifth Harmony had a jam-packed night at the 2016 Radio Disney Music Awards. Not only did they win the biggest award of the night, but they also got to meet Gwen Stefani.
Ahead of their racy new album, the girls toned down their sexy new image at the 2016 Radio Disney Music Awards, which was broadcast on Sunday night, May 1 on the Disney Channel. Fifth Harmony even received an award for Best Music Group. When the cameras panned over to the ladies, they couldn’t believe their ears.
When they walked onto the stage to accept their award, Camila Cabello busted out some dance moves like she always does while Ally Brooke gave the acceptance speech on behalf of their group.
All five ladies — Ally Brooke, Camila Cabello, Dinah Hansen, Lauren Jauregui, and Normani Kordei — wore coordinating looks that night. The singers wore various shades of blue at the awards ceremony held at the Microsoft Theater on Saturday, April 30 in Los Angeles.
According to Just Jared Jr., Ally wore an Alexis Couture evening gown, while Camilla rocked a Topshop lace dress. Meanwhile, Dinah stepped out in Zara Umrigar Couture, Lauren wore Lollita, and Normani settled for a dress designed by Latisse.
The group also got to meet Gwen Stefani and even posed for photos with the No Doubt frontwoman at the event. Like Fifth Harmony, Gwen Stefani was also a big winner at the Radio Disney Music Awards. She was honored with the Hero Award for her ongoing charity work. Her fellow Voice coach Pharrell Williams presented her with the award and had some kind words to say about the pop star.
“It’s great to see people being recognised for their work, but it feels even better to see an artist being recognised for putting in the time and effort to those who really need it. I’m proud to be here to present the 2016 RDMA Hero Award to someone I’ve worked with quite a bit who I know, and my brother Blake Shelton knows, truly has a heart of gold.”
Fifth Harmony is gearing up for the release of their new album, 7/27, which is set to drop on May 20. Parents of young fans of Fifth Harmony won’t be happy to hear this latest piece of news, though. The ladies’ new album will feature explicit content.
According to iTunes, the second studio album has a different target audience in mind. It seems like 5H is growing up even though some of the singers are still underage. They already proved that they’re on the fast track to growing up when they dropped the video for their lead single “Work from Home,” which shows the girls wearing sexy construction outfits and busting some provocative dance moves in front of shirtless men.
Two tracks on their new album, “Not That Kinda Girl” (ft. Missy Elliott) and “Dope,” will both have explicit language in the lyrics. As a result, the album will have a “Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics” warning sticker on the front. During their debut, Fifth Harmony was known for their kid-friendly songs and bubblegum pop music, along with their ad campaign for Mattel. However, there will be a clean version of the album, so they won’t entirely alienate their much younger fans.
Fifth Harmony revealed the album’s tracklist on Instagram last week. They slowly revealed it by posting that the first track would be “That’s My Girl,” followed by their single “Work from Home.” In a previous interview with Entertainment Weekly, Normani says that this album is their most personal one to date.
Check out the full tracklist below.
While parents won’t be happy about Fifth Harmony’s racy new image, fans won’t be happy to hear the news about their upcoming world tour. Their Reflection Tour kicks off on June 22, but it only includes eight stops in South America. 5H’s tour was so successful that they’re now performing in arenas, so it’s likely that more dates could be added. It’s been rumored that they could later tour in Asia, Europe, and the U.S.
i wonder what’s happening on June 22 hmm a birthda…oh wait.. even better
— ♕DinahJane (@dinahjane97) April 27, 2016
— Pop Crave (@PopCrave) April 27, 2016
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