Fifth Harmony fans remember the band’s most chaotic times

All Fifth Harmony fans know the significance of July 27, 2012 – the day the hit girl group was formed on The X Factor.

Yesterday marked 10 years and to mark the occasion, the band members – minus former member Camila Cabello – took to social media to commemorate their anniversary.

“Today is such a special day! First and foremost it’s Fifth Harmony’s official 10th anniversary and the gratitude I have for each of these women and the experience of being a part of something so special stays with me. this day.” Lauren Jauregui tweeted.

“To the people I met. To the story that marked. To my life that changed. I am proud of my role and more than grateful”, Ally Brooke wrotewhile Normani share she was “forever grateful”. Meanwhile, Dinah Jane tweeted on how “time flies”.

However, they were not the only ones to mark this momentous occasion. A Twitter user by the handle @blairsmani decided to ask Fifth Harmony fans what was their most chaotic memory of fanning the band.

This led to a series of hilarious responses from fans and music lovers. Check out some of their reactions below:

During their time together, Fifth Harmony became one of the most successful and definitive girl groups of the 2010s. In total, they released three studio albums and charted eight singles on the coveted Billboard Hot 100 chart before announcing their indefinite hiatus in 2018.

Their most popular and successful single to date was “Work From Home”, featuring rapper Ty Dolla $ign. The hit peaked at No. 4 on the Hot 100 and became their only Top 10 single.

Since the group’s hiatus, each member has released solo music to varying degrees of chart success.

Watch Fifth Harmony’s “Work From Home” music video:

Songs that topped the Billboard charts

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