Talk about girl power! The five lovely ladies from Fifth Harmony blew the audience away with their performance of ‘Worth It’ at the 2015 Radio Disney Music Awards. Watch it here!
Fifth Harmony brought the house down at the 2015 Radio Disney Music Awards, held April 25 and broadcasted Sunday, April 26 in Los Angeles. It’s no wonder the girls were nominated for three RDMAs! Check out their amazing performance!
Fifth Harmony’s Performance: Radio Disney Music Awards 2015 — Amazing
The five ladies, who were formed into a girl group on Fox’s The X-Factor, helped to open the show with their hit “Worth It,” following a performance from Natalie La Rose, who sang her song, “Somebody.”
And, let’s be real, they’ve never sounded — or looked — fiercer, as they strutted their stuff and showed off their impressive pipes! As usual, the girls coordinated outfits, this time opting for various black bottoms and different types of metallic-appearing, embellished tops.
Watching these gals never gets old — they manage to kill it every single time!
Fifth Harmony’s Crazy Year
Getting nominated for an RDMA and getting the chance to perform was just another stop in Fifth Harmony’s jam-packed year. The rising stars have done everything from sing at New York Fashion Week, to collaborate with fellow RDMA nominee Becky G, 18. They even performed for First Lady Michelle Obama, 51, during the White House Easter Egg Roll!
They’re getting bigger day by day and we couldn’t be more excited!
Unfortunately, fans are beginning to worry about Camila Cabello‘s place in the band. The 18-year-old has recently gotten close to Taylor Swift, 25, who has been encouraging her to write her own music…and advising her to quit the band and embark on a solo career.
“Time and time again, Taylor has brought to Camila’s attention that she has an amazing solo career ahead of her. It’s gotten to the point where she keeps trying to convince Camila to do a solo album,” an insider told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
Say it ain’t so, Camila — we can’t take another One Direction debacle! Luckily, for now, she seems to plan on staying putt, the source added: “Camila respects Taylor’s thoughts and is always very cordial, but doesn’t want to really think about that. She loves being with the other girls of Fifth Harmony.” Phew!
HollywoodLifers, tell us what you thought about Fifth Harmony’s performance in the comments!
— Samantha Wilson