The ladies of Fifth Harmony look absolutely dreamy and gorgeous on next months cover of Latina magazine.
Members Dinah Jane Hansen and Normani Kordei Hamilton actually mark the first two non-hispanic women to be on the magazines cover, being respectively of Polynesian and African-American heritage.
But it wasn’t the stunning pictures that had their fans debating for hours, it was the incredibly candid interview where the girls talked about everything from political views to their love lives and the future of the group.
Normani Kordei on her views on feminism: “I consider myself a feminist,” says the African American singer. “In society today, people devalue women. They try to pit us against one another—like, a man can walk out without a shirt, but a woman can’t. I’m part of the feminist movement, but I also feel that at times women aren’t supporting one another. Yes, we stand for equality and want to feel equal just as men are, but women need to figure out our relationships and support one another.”
Lauren Jauregui talked about the upcoming presidential elections and how important they are to her, being Cuban-American. “We have the mass majority, and if young people don’t get involved in the voting process, then Trump’s going to win. He’s catering to a portion of Americans — the racist ones.”
But what really got the Harmonizers talking was this, when asked about a possible ending of the group Camila Cabello said this:
“Honestly, I think we all do. We’d be lying if we all said this is a picture- perfect thing, like we all completely agreed on the album track list and what the sound and the music-video treatment would be like, which usually happens in bands who grew up together. But for manufactured bands, it’s harder.” “The cool part is that we allow one another to do our own thing within this thing. I think it’s healthy because if not, personally, I would go insane.”
While being in a group is definitely challenging and not always as easy as it might look from the outside, we know the girls are having way too much fun together to quit for a while, so rest assured Harmonizers!
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