Fifth Harmony reveal the biggest change in their lives so far: 'We lean on each other for support'
Girl group Fifth Harmony sat down for a live interview with Huffington Post earlier today (July 10) and revealed that being away from their families has been the most challenging thing they've had to deal with in their collective career so far.
When asked what the biggest change has been since their impressive rise to fame, the 'Miss Movin' On' beauties admitted that it has been difficult to spend so much time away from their loved ones:
"There were definitely a lot of changes, but I think that everything kind of went from 0 to 60 for all of us. Also being away from our families is very hard - we're all very close to our families - and for us to go from seeing them all the time to being away most of the year was pretty hard for us. We lean on each other for support and always keep in touch with them."
Earlier this week, the girls launched their #ImABoss self-confidence campaign and they opened up about struggling to fit in, with member Lauren Jauregui admitting that they've all been through that:
"I think every single teenager goes through that moment where they just don't know who they are or who they're supposed to be. There's a lot of pressure on who you're supposed to be in this society especially. It's so much cooler when you stand out, though!"
Watch a recent interview with the girls below:
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