Fifth Harmony bring the sex appeal in video for new single 'Work From Home'
Fifth Harmony's new song (and its accompanying music video) will make you want to stay home from work today.
The group's newest single "Work From Home," which is the first single from their upcoming second album 7/27, is a straight-up party jam filled with sexual innuendos and a pulsating beat made for the dance floor.
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Clearly, the girls of 5H -- who were put together by Simon Cowell on the second season of the American version of "X Factor" -- have grown up. The music video for "Home" is a sexy, dance-filled clip that takes place on a construction site full of hot muscle-y dudes.
Fans of the "Worth It" singers, who call themselves Harmonizers, have received the band's new music very well. "Work From Home" has been trending all morning.
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Watch the full music video for Fifth Harmony's "Work From Home" below:
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