Despite what the tabloids might have you believe about the state of her group, Fifth Harmony member and Donald Trump critic Lauren Jauregui is here to set to the record straight. Last week, rumours surrounding the morale and general together-ness of the four-piece began swirling, after crew-members on the Jimmy Kimmel Show alleged that the group “was not holding it down” backstage ahead of their Oct. 17th performance. An unnamed source noted that Lauren and fellow Fifth Harmonizers Dinah Jane, Ally Brooke, and Normani Kordei were “stressed out and snappy,” and were not behaving in any way as “united group.” According to “a witness,” “it felt like a group of teenagers getting ready, not grown women”.
Well, forget all that, because according to Jauregui, there was nothing but ‘chillin’ going on, even during an incredibly stressful day, as she noted in a response to a fan’s tweet:
We did three things in one day after flying in from Costa Rica to rehearse…people are wild. We were chillin that day tho I wonder who these "backstage insiders" were😂😂
— Lauren Jauregui (@LaurenJauregui) November 12, 2017
So rest assured, Fifth Harmony fans, nothing’s going to happen to your favourite girl group…at least, not after the exit of Camila. Would a One Direction-style career splintering be so bad, though?