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Fifth Harmony's Lauren Jauregui apologises after on-stage breakdown

Published 11/09/2016

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Lauren's troubles come just days after bandmate Camila Cabello left a concert due to anxiety.

Fifth Harmony's Lauren Jauregui has apologised to fans after breaking down during a recent gig.

The 20-year-old was in the middle of performing No Way when she first broke down, leading the crowd to cheer her on. Bandmate Normani Kordei reached out to Lauren to comfort her, and she stood back up moments later to finish the song.

According to fans at the concert in Phoenix, Arizona, on Thursday (08Sep16), she broke down again while performing the track Scared of Happy.

Lauren was inundated with messages of support on Twitter following the gig, and she tweeted on Friday (09Sep16) to reassure her fans she was doing okay.

"Thankyou (sic) Texas for your amazing shows and thank you so much PHOENIX your energy was insane last night. And thank you guys so much for the love and concern. I'm feeling a lot better today! Lyrics just made me extra emotional yesterday ily (I love you)," she wrote.

Her breakdown comes just days after bandmate Camila Cabello left the stage midway through a concert in St. Louis, Missouri. She later took to Snapchat to explain her anxiety issues forced her to make an early exit from the gig.

"Hey Missouri, sorry I couldn't finish the set last night… was having too much anxiety and I couldn't finish it. I love u I'm truly sorry,” she shared in an apology to fans.

Camila, 19, has since rejoined her band, and tweeted her joy over Fifth Harmony’s recent Phoenix gig.

“Phoenix thank u!!!!!! I love u (sic) so,” she posted.

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