Sunday, May 13, 2018 10:02am by Pressparty
Fifth Harmony: 'Love you more than you'll ever know'
Multi-platinum-selling girl group Fifth Harmony performed their hit singles together for the final time this weekend in Hollywood, Florida.
The show on Friday (May 11) took place at the Hard Rock Event Center at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in front of around 3,500 fans who sang every lyric along with their much loved group.
The award-winning, record-breaking group took to their personal Twitter accounts to express their love for their fans after the event.
Lauren Jauregui shared a photo with the caption: 'thank you'.
Dinah Jane shared a fan-driven Twitter hashtag.
Ally Brooke uploaded a photo of the girls hugging with 'Tonight was our last public show together And it was beautiful I love you Forever.'
Normani posted a group shot of the girls striking vogue poses with the caption: "FOREVER & ALWAYS 🕊I Love you more than you'll ever know. Thank God for all of it".
#ThankYouFifthHarmony was the No. 1 trend in the US.
With the presence of a boom mike in one of the backstage shots, it looks like their final show may have been recorded for a future documentary.
The group’s most recent album, “Fifth Harmony”, has reached the top of the charts worldwide, making it the No. 1 pop album and No. 1 on iTunes in over 50 countries since its August 2017 release. The album’s gold-certified lead song, “Down”, featuring Gucci Mane, was Fifth Harmony’s fastest rising single on iTunes, reaching No. 2 within moments of its June 2017 release. The track marked Fifth Harmony’s best debut, and it was the No. 1 most added song at both Top 40 and Rhythmic Radio.
Fifth Harmony’s record-breaking success of their sophomore album, “7/27”, received a five-time platinum certification for its first single, “Work from Home.” This marked Fifth Harmony’s first Top 10 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, achieving the top spot on both the Billboard Rhythmic and Pop Songs charts.
In 2015, Fifth Harmony released their first album, “Reflection”, which debuted at No. 5 on the Billboard 200 chart. The album’s multi-platinum certification includes two platinum records, “BO$$” and “Sledgehammer” and the quadruple-platinum success of the single, “Worth It”.
Over the course of their career, Fifth Harmony have won numerous awards, including ten Teen Choice Awards; eight Radio Disney Music Awards; four MTV Video Music Awards, iHeart Radio Music Awards and Kids Choice Awards; two People’s Choice Awards and one American Music Award.
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