Fifth Harmony Are ‘Latina’ Magazine’s November Cover Starlets: 15 Photos
Fifth Harmony are steadily growing into their own as pop stars, and with fame comes a bevy of glamorous promotion. Their latest is being the cover starlets for Latina magazine’s November “30 Under 30” issue.
Normani Kordei Hamilton, Dinah Jane Hansen, Lauren Jauregui, Ally Brooke Hernandez, and Camila Cabello (the latter three members are of Hispanic descent) look cozy yet chic as they are draped in expensive and colorful furs. For the editorial, the ladies look all grown up in quirky yet elegant dresses and jumpsuits.
The ladies, who are currently featured on the Hotel Transylvania 2 soundtrack, discuss a variety of topics inside the Latina issue — from relating to One Direction‘s pending hiatus to their thoughts on fellow girl group Little Mix.
Scroll through the photos in the gallery up top, and view some interview highlights below.
Camila on friendship: “Unfortunately, I don’t have a lot friends outside the music industry, and I only have two outside of it. I’m a very big believer in tight and close circles. I don’t have a lot of friends, and I’m really picky about the people I surround myself with. I think that’s important. If it happened to be someone in the music industry, it would have to be someone who is completely in it for the music — not buying into any of the fame and disgusting stuff. There’s a lot of disgusting stuff. I’m just overwhelmed by it lately. There’s gross sh-t in the music industry.”
Camila on One Direction taking a break: “It’s so sad. But, at the same time, I understand where they’re coming from. They’ve been together for a long time. I didn’t know creatively how difficult it would be to be in a group — especially when it’s manufactured…it gets to a point where they just need to express themselves.”
Lauren on competition with Little Mix: “We’re all women trying to do our thing. We’re spreading a positive message of girl empowerment, love, and self-love. And there’s plenty of room for us. I think the media loves to pit women against one another. It’s like a game for them.”
Normani on being a multi-cultural group: “The great thing about Fifth Harmony is that we represent America, because we are multicultural. I’m African-American. Dinah is Polynesian. And there are three Latinas in the group. It’s just the fact that people can really identify with each of us: ‘I really like her, because I look like her.’ We still have a long way to go, but it just represents growth and progress. We’re moving in the right direction.”