Fifth Harmony Tease Meghan Trainor Duet, “Big” Surprise Collaboration Coming On Debut Album ‘Reflection’
Fifth Harmony have big plans in store for their long-awaited, oft-delayed debut Reflection, which was recently pushed back to January. As any good Harmonizer would know, the girls’ latest single, “Sledgehammer,” was written by “All About That Bass” songstress, Meghan Trainor. And, in a new interview with Entertainment Tonight, 5H revealed that the song probably isn’t the only time their labelmate will appear on the record.
The girls said they’ve actually worked with Meghan “a couple times” on the album and, when asked if that means there’s a duet on the LP, they giggled: “Maybe! Maybe not!” they teased. When asked about any other possibly-maybe collaborations, the girls could only yell with excitement. “There’s a big one coming,” Ally teased. Any guesses? Watch the interview after the jump.
They even teased a few of their faves on their upcoming debut: Ally’s feeling “a fun, funky song that you can go out to with your friends” that’s really catchy (a sequel to “Me And My Girls,” perhaps?), Dinah loves the title track “Reflection,” and Normani teased a “throwback, early ’00’s R&B…about how you want to be with this guy forever.” Sounds like a whole lot to look forward to — and hopefully, the wait will soon be over at the start of 2015.
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