Fifth Harmony might be keeping things a little more low-key than Camila Cabello, but the pop foursome have made their group status official, debuting on the cover of Galore magazine as a quartet for the first time.
Rocking some '90s fashion, Normani Kordei, Dinah Jane, Ally Brooke and Lauren Jauregui look badass as they stand before a heavily-edited graphic on the front of the mag. It marks the band's first magazine cover as a foursome since Cabello's dramatic departure in late December.
Even though Fifth Harmony failed to mention their long lost singing sister, they did make a point to talk about why exactly they work well with one another. It's all in between the lines. "It's really great because the four of us are really in sync with each other. We’re pretty open about most things. We try to respect each other as much as we can. For us, communication is really important," Ally explained, before Normani chimed in, saying, "We compliment each other a lot."
Lauren also had her two cents on the topic, emphasizing how vital it is for females to support each other. "It's so important. I feel like especially being around other girls, it's really easy to start picking yourself apart and being like, 'Wow, she looks better than me' or, 'My hair doesn't look as good as hers,'" she explained. "It's like, wait. [Why not just say], 'You look dope, you look hot, I love your outfit.'"
Click here to read 5H's full cover story with Galore.
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