OnlyOnAOL: Fifth Harmony tells its fans what's 'Worth It'

Ally Brooke of Fifth Harmony on "March of Dimes"
Ally Brooke of Fifth Harmony on "March of Dimes"

BY DONNA FREYDKIN

Fifth Harmony has some of the vocal, loyal fans we've ever encountered.

Some had waited for close to 15 hours to get into the band's Candie's Winter Bash concert at Irving Plaza. Lucky us, we got to meet Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei, Dinah Jane, Camila Cabello, and Lauren Jauregui after their show and have some of the band's young listeners ask questions.

"Who's your inspiration?" Matthew Gendelman, 7.
"I have a lot of musical ones. I love Ed Sheeran as a person and a musician. He inspires me a lot to live life in the moment, in the day. He has his priorities right. I really love Taylor Swift. I look up to her as an artist and as a strong woman," says Camila.

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"What's the best part of being famous?" Nicole Gendelman, 12.
"I think it's really cool to do what we love and for people recognize that and for people to like our music. We've been together for three years and have worked really hard," says Ally.

"How did you guys meet?" Lola Pierce, 10.
"We all auditioned on this show called the 'X Factor.' Do you know Simon Cowell? He's really nice. TV makes it out to not be like that. We auditioned as solo artists and were eliminated and they brought us back and put us into a group," says Normani.

"What is your favorite song that you've recorded?" Stella Lindbergh, 12.
"My favorite song, on our album, is called 'We Know.' It's got a cool throwback vibe. It's rhythmic and cool," says Lauren.


A look at the show that made the ladies stars.

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