Watch: Fifth Harmony takes on the end of the world in 'That's My Girl' video

Watch: Fifth Harmony takes on the end of the world in ‘That’s My Girl’ video


The girls are back! Fifth Harmony just debuted their latest video for “That’s My Girl” off their sophomore album 7/27.

The apocalyptic video makes the end of the world look better than ever with Ally, Lauren, Dinah, Camila, and Normani strutting through the streets in very Mad Max fashion. These chicks don’t need a man to save the day!

The blockbuster-visual sends the five-piece on their most dystopian adventure yet. Set in the ruins of a 5-shaped city (ironic, huh), the girls rescue the lone survivors just before a flag filled dance break.

Check out the video below!

Recently, Fifth Harmony star, Camila Cabello, left the group’s Missouri concert mid-show after suffering a bout of anxiety.

Following a performance of “Boss,” Cabello left the stage, for what was thought to be a “wardrobe malfunction.” It wasn’t until the next evening Camila posted a snapchat blaming the disappearance on her on-going anxiety.

“Hi Missouri, sorry I couldn’t finish the set last night,” she began the video. “Was having too much anxiety and couldn’t finish it… I’m truly sorry.”

She returned to the stage on Sunday night in Dallas, after having time to recover. Camila spoke about her anxiety earlier this year, recalling the issues she’s had since the X-Factor.

“I was having terrible anxiety, nonstop. My heart would beat really fast the whole day. Two hours after I woke up, I’d need a nap because my body was so hyperactive,” Cabello told Billboard magazine. “It was so eff — sorry, but it was so f–ed up. I was scared of what would happen to me, of the things my brain might tell me. I realized the stuff I thought was important isn’t worth my health. Now I write in a diary every day, work out and meditate.”

The group is headed to the UK next month for the next leg on their tour. They are set to headline the O2 Arena in London on October 10.

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Corey Ware, 22, is a self-taught musician and songwriter who looks up to Lady Gaga and other creative energies. Corey is an old soul trying to change the world through self-expression. A former student of Penn State, Corey believes the best way to learn about art is to live and breath it.

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