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For those that don't already know this, Fifth Harmony originated on The X Factor USA reality television music competition in 2012, when its members, Ally Brooke, Dinah Jane, Normani Kordei, Lauren Jauregui and former member Camila Cabello, auditioned for the show as individuals. The judges on the show-at the time Simon Cowell, Demi Lovato, Britney Spears and L.A. Reid-believed the women would excel in a quintet instead. And history has shown that they were very right-the group has had several successful singles, the first being “Miss Movin' On,” which reached gold status. Subsequent singles “Boss” and “Sledgehammer” reached platinum status and “Worth It” received a triple-platinum certification from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). Their most recent single, “Work from Home” spent 7 weeks on Billboard's Hot 100 peaking at number 4 in the nation. “Work from Home” won Fifth Harmony a MTV Video Music Award, as did their single “That's My Girl.”
Fifth Harmony won “Favorite Group” at the 43rd People's Choice Awards in January 2017 for the second consecutive year and they continue to garner more and more media attention for their music. They've even been invited to the White House twice to perform!
Fifth Harmony is influenced by pop and R&B icons Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston, the Spice Girls and Destiny's Child. Although Cabello recently departed, the churning media rumor mill has hinted that Jamie Lynn Spears, younger sister of aforementioned pop music icon Brittney Spears, may be taking her place in the group in the future.
This is a FREE concert open to all DoD ID card holders and local nationals. Food and drink will be available for purchase.
Japanese guests: The Kitamae Gate on HWY 58 (Commissary, Gate 5) will open to the local Japanese community at 4 p.m. and will close to incoming guests at 7:30 p.m. Guests under 18 years of age must be accompanied by a legal guardian. All guests must provide a form of identification (Japanese medical ID is okay).
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