If you’ve found yourself singing “Worth It”, “Sledgehammer”, “That’s My Girl”, “Bo$$” and “Work from Home”, then you probably don’t need a full on introduction to Fifth Harmony. The all-girl group slayed their performance last night at the Mall of Asia Arena, singing their chart-topping hits and dancing to every note like the bosses that they are!
The concert started with a tuneful performance from Filharmonic—a diverse group of talented male Filipino singers. The crowd cheered them on as they explain that FILharmonic is spelled as is because they’re all FILipinos. The group started with a soulful acapella rendition of Nick Jonas’ “Chains”. The group, who was a part of the Pitch Perfect 2 ensemble, even wooed the fans with a magical performance of “Flashlight”. The fans made the moment even more eventful by putting up their phone’s flashlight while singing along.
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Harmonizers belted out their loudest when the stage turned all black. You can hear screams from all over the arena while everyone called out for their favorite Fifth Harmony member. When the lights where turned on, the crowd was surprised when the all-girl group came out singing their hit single “That’s My Girl” while wearing the colors of the Philippines—Red and Blue. They even had PILIPINAS printed on their guise!
The crowd also got a bit emotional after member Normani Kordein thanked the Harmonizers for making last night one of the most memorable night for the group. Normani also mentioned she’s ecstatic to be existing at the same time as the fans who overwhelmingly adored the group. After her short speech, they sang each hit after hit with so much power and prowess teasing the fans as they danced to the beat of every note.
Dinah Jane also took a moment to thank Normani for being a trooper and always being professional with the group despite everything she was going through. They harmonized the night as they sang songs from their hit album, making the fans cheer and sing louder with each song.
The group ended their performance with two of their most popular hits, “Worth It” and “Work From Home”. Towards the end of the concert, the arena was filled not only with colorful confetti but with huge grins from each Harmonizer having had the best night of their life. Fifth Harmony sure slayed their first every concert here in the Philippines, and they never failed to show the fans how much it means for them to have a whole arena filled with people who can belt out each song even with their eyes closed.