'Dancing with the Stars' to reportedly feature Fifth Harmony performance for "Most Memorable Year" week
By Elizabeth Kwiatkowski, 04/10/2017
Dancing with the Stars will reportedly have Fifth Harmony in the building for Monday night's episode -- and they won't just be watching the show.
Fifth Harmony member Normani Kordei is currently competing on Season 24 ofDancing with the Stars, People reported, and her bandmates Lauren Jauregui, Ally Brooke and Dinah Jane will be sitting in the ballroom's audience for her "Most Memorable Year" dance.
According to a source, Normani will also be taking the stage and singing with Fifth Harmony during the April 10 broadcast at 8PM ET/PT on ABC.
In honor of her girl group, Normani will be performing a rumba with her professional partner Val Chmerkovskiy to the song "Impossible," which is a hit song Fifth Harmony had performed on Season 2 of The X Factor.
Fifth Harmony hasn't been able to support Normani on the show up to this point because they were touring Asia in between her live Dancing with the Stars tapings. As a result, Normani and Val had to fly back and forth for the first three weeks of the reality dancing competition.
"We've been touring on the other side of the world, so they can't be here in person yet but they text me and have been so supportive as I fly back and forth," Normani recently told People.
However, Fifth Harmony has finally completed their 7/27 tour with a final concert in Singapore.
Fifth Harmony previously included Camila Cabello, who left the group in December 2016 to continue pursuing a solo career. Camila released the hit "Bad Things" featuring Machine Gun Kelly last year, and the four remaining girls were reportedly "truly hurt" by her unexpected exit.
Fifth Harmony is behind monster hits including "Work from Home," "Worth It," "Sledgehammer," and "Miss Movin' On."
The group's original five members were put together on The X Factor. Each girl in the group had auditioned for the show's second season separately as solo artists, but executive producer and judge Simon Cowell decided to make them into a band for the "Group" category.
Fans began taking Fifth Harmony seriously once they had time to blend their different sounds and vocals and nailed a harmonized performance of "Anything Could Happen" on The X Factor. The band ended up finishing in third place.