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Fifth Harmony: New Candie’s girls

Published 25/06/2015

Fifth Harmony
Fifth Harmony

Fifth Harmony have been unveiled as the new Candie’s girls – making them the first girl group to take on the role since Destiny’s Child.

On Wednesday, the clothing line unveiled the US band in a stunning set of new campaign images.

It’s the first time that a girl group have posed for Candie’s since Destiny’s Child back in 2001.

"It feels so legit that we are Candie's girls because those [previous models]—Britney Spears, Hayden Panettiere, Vanessa Hudgens—they're such strong women," Camila Cabello said in a statement. "The fact that we’re kind of doing the same thing… It's such an honour. It's literally the coolest thing."

In the shots, Camila, Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei, Dinah Jane Hansen, and Lauren Jauregui show off their slim figures in a series of stylish outfits and accessories.

The campaign images have a backdrop in the line’s signature bubblegum pink colour.

In an exclusive interview with Us Weekly, Camila said the girls were more than excited about taking part in the shoot.

And when it comes to getting in the mood for such a highly-anticipated day, there are a few things the group like to do.

“We like to listen to music that gets us hyped! That’s really important,” Camila said.

The singers are also determined to ensure the pictures turn out the best they possibly can. So much so that Normani admits she can’t resist practicing with selfies before the shoot starts.

"Before I even step out to do the photos, I take selfies of myself—practice my angles, lighting, and everything,” she said.

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