Fifth Harmony Brought Their 7/27 Tour To London & It Was Amazing

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The day had finally arrived where Fifth Harmony would bring their 7/27 tour to the UK, and boy were we in for a treat.

The girl band took to the O2 Arena last night (Monday 11th October) and just when we thought we couldn’t love Fifth Harmony any more, they go and put on one of the best shows we’ve ever seen. And no, we’re not exaggerating.

Before our queens took to the stage, we had the wonderful Aleem to warm us up.

For such a new, up and coming talent, this show must have been really special for him, and you could tell that he was cherishing every moment.

He took to the stage and performed tracks from his upcoming EP Open Letters and gave us ALL the Ed Sheeran-vibes with his singer-songwriting style of performing. Maybe one day he’ll be headlining the O2 arena himself. A highlight for us was his debut single ‘Find Out’ – trust us, we’ve been humming it ever since.

The moment finally arrived when our girls took to the stage and from the first note until the very last, they brought their a-game and gave us the show of our lives. Opening with ‘That’s My Girl’ they really set the tone for the rest of the evening.

It’s no secret that we’re completely obsessed with the Fifth Harmony ladies here at MTV, but one thing that makes us love them even more is how they really are just like us. It’s rare to see a girl band with such diversity, and if young girls all over the world are using these young women as role models, we think that’s amazing.

They’re advocates for being true to who you are and not a day goes by where they don’t thank their fans, the Harmonizers, for getting them to their level of superstardom.

Now, back to show. They performed tracks from both of their super successful albums including hits ‘Sledgehammer’, ‘BO$$’ and our personal favourite ‘All In My Head (Flex)’. And just after they finished that song, it was clear that we all needed a bit of a calmer moment as the girls sang an acoustic version of ‘Brave, Honest, Beautiful’.

Naturally they finished the initial part of the set with one of their biggest hits, ‘Worth It’, and as far as the eye could see at the O2 arena, EVERYONE was singing along. However, the girls couldn’t finish the show without playing their smash hit ‘Work From Home’, fit with the dance moves we’ve all practiced from the music video.

Overall you can see why Fifth Harmony are one of, if not THE, biggest girl band in the world. They deserve all the success in the world and we’re counting down the days until their next London show, whenever that may be.
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