Fifth Harmony Are a Conflict Zone Color Guard in ‘That’s My Girl’ Video
If you thought your high school football team's color guard had a convincing halftime routine, Fifth Harmony's upped the ante in the video for their latest, "That's My Girl."
The third 7/27 single's official clip, released very early this morning (September 19), finds the ladies in a conflict zone, splitting time between helping locals to safety and cheering on their own resolve. Ally Brooke even plays crossing guard to a crowded intersection at one point, because where 5H is concerned, traffic simply will not fly.
"Destiny said it, you got to get up and get it / Get mad independent and don't you ever forget it / Got some dirt on your shoulder, then let me brush it off for ya / If you're feeling me, put your five high, that's my girl," Normani Kordei raps in what is decisively the group's most explicitly anthemic track yet. And when "Miss Movin On" is a part of your catalog, that's really saying something...
While the video seems like convincing proof 5H is on the same page, a recent 7/27 Tour hiccup has led to speculation that all is not well. On September 13, European fans were angry to learn the group had unexpectedly canceled a series of tour dates without offering any explanation. This was just days after Lauren Jauregui broke down on stage during a performance in Phoenix.
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