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Five Fun Facts You Probably Didn't Know About Fifth Harmony

Posted on Monday 26th September 2016 at 13:40

Jimi Arundell

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Jimi Arundell

R&B superstars Fifth Harmony are just about to hit the UK for a hugely exciting tour which comes to an arena new you.

After finding fame on The X Factor USA, Ally, Camila, Normani, Dinah and Lauren have stormed the charts with such massive songs as Boss, Home From Work and Worth It, selling over 8.5 million records worldwide

In the lead up to the October concerts, Gigantic has some fun facts that only a true Harmonizer would know.

Click HERE for your Fifth Harmony Tickets.


  1. Band Name Despite each individual contestant impressing all four judges on their first audition, they all failed to make it through to the Judge’s House stage of the competition. However, Simon Cowell and Demi Lovato recognised their potential and reformed them into a band originally named LYLAS which stands for Love You Like A Sister and then 1432 which is text speak for I Love You Too before a public vote changed the name to Fifth Harmony.


  1. Album Name Their latest outstanding album 7/27 was released in May of this year and takes its name from the date they were transformed from single contestants to the amazing band they are today.


  1. The band might have never happened! Simon Cowell has since said after the series finished that if Dinah Jane had not forgotten the words during her last audition she would have continued as a solo artist.


  1. Shower Time We all need a bit of alone time. But when the girls were on the road for their first tour they were only allocated 5 minutes to shower each! Don’t believe us? Then skip to 2:55 in the video above and hear for yourself!


  1. Uh Oh!! Pressure can get to even the best of us. So spare a though for poor old Dinah who has admitted to accidently peeing herself on stage whilst auditioning on The X Factor USA. I guess when you gotta go… #embarrassing


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