Fifth Harmony was born from a collection of talented solo artists who clicked first as friends during THE X FACTOR Boot Camp, but quickly discovered an undeniable vocal chemistry together. Capitalizing on the strength and substance of that chemistry, the girls turned in their solo aspirations and joined together to create Fifth Harmony. Now on course to set fire to the pop nation, Dinah Jane, Lauren, Ally, Normani and Camila have created a show-stopping sound. Richly talented, the new girl group Fifth Harmony has been compared to female powerhouses Leona Lewis, Whitney Houston and Adele. "Each day we learn something new about our voices and how to blend more cohesively in harmony," says Normani.
The girls have captured the hearts of America with their contagious charisma, breath-taking vocals and inspirational sisterhood. The girls are especially appreciative of the support from their loyal fans - The Harmonizers: "They encourage us every day on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to keep the energy going and remind us that anything can happen."
Dinah Jane Hansen
With a dynamic range that often draws comparisons to divas Beyoncé and Alicia Keys, Dinah Jane is the youngest member of the group. Inspired by her Tongan and Polynesian heritage, she has been singing since the age of four and at 11 told her parents she wanted to pursue a singing career. When it comes to Fifth Harmony's undoubtedly bright future, she says, "I knew from the beginning we had something special. I can't wait to see what tomorrow brings."
Lauren brings a fierce and feisty flavor to Fifth Harmony. Influenced by international chart-toppers Alicia Keys and Christina Aguilera, her mature, smoky voice has earned her national recognition as a female powerhouse. Her debut came in the 5th grade when she sang the national anthem in front of her entire school. Since then, Lauren has gone on to unite her dreams of musical stardom with those of her Fifth Harmony sisters, and finds daily inspiration in her Harmonizer fans.
Ally Brooke packs a powerful vocal punch and her infectious energy and theatrical musicality propel the group¹s larger-than-life performances. Ally is the oldest member of Fifth Harmony, and is known as the "little big sister."
Normani's bluesy vocal style and R&B rhythm have evolved from her roots as a gospel singer. Raised in the rich musical tradition of New Orleans, Normani has been performing since she was three, and was an award-winning dancer and gymnast before finding her true calling as a singer. Now, she can't imagine life apart from music or the other girls. "We truly love and support each other like sisters," she says.
Possessing a unique sound that gives the group a raw edge that helps lift their harmonies to new heights, Camila is considered the goofball of the group. In 7th grade, she discovered her passion for singing, often posting covers of her favorite songs to YouTube before joining forces with her vocal sisters in Fifth Harmony.