Fifth Harmony and Little Mix have been the talk of the town and are often creating headlines for the wonderful work both groups are doing. Sadly, the two groups are naturally pitted against each other and rumors of their feud have begin to circulate.
Fifth Harmony probably put all the speculations to rest when they shared that there is indeed no hatred between the two groups. As noted by Cosmopolitan, Lauren Jauregui told Latina Magazine, “We’re all women trying to do our thing,” she said.
“We’re spreading a positive message of girl empowerment, love, and self-love. And there’s plenty of room for us.”
What’s more? The UK girl group, Little Mix, spoke on the similar lines to Sugarscape, Leigh-Anne Pinnock shared, “Think of how many boy bands there are! And we’re different than Fifth Harmony as well. You can like two different bands. It’s not one against the other.”
Fans following these pop groups would probably be delighted to listen to the thoughts of the two groups which share much lover and support.
Feuds apart, Fifth Harmony have had their share of struggles, talking about dealing with racism, Ally Hernandez shared, “It’s just so sad that people judge people. There’s just a lot of racism going on. It’s so awesome that we’re so multicultural.”
“That we’re able to represent the diversity of this world in one group — I think it says something about our generation. We really want to influence [our fans] to support one another and look past appearances. Go past any judgments that you have and give every person a chance,” she said.
The group indeed appears to have their hearts in the right place.
In another news, pop-star Dinah Jane Hansen was recently linked to Jarryd Hayne, who is a member of San Francisco 49ers. When a picture of the two was shared on a social network, many began to comment on how good they looked with each other.
Music lovers can keep coming back for more updates on Fifth Harmony and Little Mix.