Former Fifth Harmony member Ally Brooke will star in CDW Films’ "High Expectations," an upcoming drama about a soccer player's journey toward success after rejection by his father. Brooke's starring role as Sofia, the main character's ex-girlfriend, will mark the singer's acting debut. She stars alongside Taylor Gray, Kelsey Grammar and Briana Scurry, a US […]
Cuban-born singer Camila Cabello got her big break as part of the girl group Fifth Harmony. In 2018, she launched a solo career with the release of her album "Camila" — and things have been on fire ever since.
"The girls don’t experience things the way I did,” the "Love Lies" singer says, explaining that she was also the only relegated to background vocals
Camila Cabello can’t be stopped! The 21-year-old Cuban-American singer-songwriter’s star has been steadily on the rise, and we can’t get her catchy songs out of our heads.
Camila Cabello has been killing it as a solo artist since she left Fifth Harmony, and her song 'Havana' is sweeping up a top Spotify honor.
The beloved girl group Fifth Harmony is saying goodbye and leaving fans with a surprise music video they presented on Friday.
Fifth Harmony have announced a hiatus so its remaining members can pursue their respective solo projects. "After six years going hard, non stop, we also realised that in order to stay authentic to ourselves and to you, we do need to take some time for now to go on a hiatus from Fifth Harmony in order to pursue solo endeavours. In doing this we are allowing ourselves to gain new experiences, strangths and perspectives that we can bring back to our Fifth Harmony family.
The ladies of Fifth Harmony give epic performances in hopes of winning the hearts of the audience and take home the belt on "Lip Sync Battle."
Steve Harvey's "Showtime at the Apollo" got into the holiday spirit with a little singing competition and a dash of celebrity musical performances with a Christmas twist.
Jauregui, the child of two parents who immigrated from Cuba to the U.S., rips Trump on his decision to put an end to DACA.
The group are speaking out following their seemingly shady VMAs performance on Sunday.
Things got political at the 2017 Teen Choice Awards. After Saturday’s tragic events in Charlottesville, Va., where white nationalists and counterprotesters clashed, leaving three dead and many injured, politics was on many an award winner’s mind. When Fifth Harmony accepted their award for Choice Music Group, Lauren Jauregui had a message about the incident in Virginia.
When she was 6 years old, Camila and her mom flew from Cuba to Mexico. Then they took a bus across the border and to Miami — it took a month. Camila only had a backpack, a blond plastic doll, and a Winnie the Pooh diary. They left friends and family behind, including Camila’s father. Her mom felt as though “chances for success were limited” in Cuba. “I didn’t want that for my daughter … I wanted her to have opportunities,” she said. Camila’s dad joined them in Miami a year and a half later. Camila reflected on how her journey influenced her. “I want to be what people think of when they think of America.
Singer Camila Cabello is turning 20 on March 3, and she has one birthday wish — bigger boobs. The former Fifth Harmony member took to Twitter yesterday, writing, “for my 20th birthday I just want my boobs to be a LITTLE bigger. Just a little.” for my 20th birthday I just want my boobs to be a LITTLE bigger. Just a little