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Watch Sam Smith Almost Faint When He Meets Fifth Harmony For The First Time

Sam Smith was all of us at that moment.

Singer Sam Smith joined James Corden for an episode of “Carpool Karaoke” and the two appeared to have a blast, driving around Los Angeles and singing some of Smith’s songs. Towards the end of their ride, Corden changed the topic of their discussion to Smith’s love of Fifth Harmony.

Immediately, Smith says, “Oh. My. God. When I hear them, I feel free. I feel alive. I feel like the woman in me is on fire and I just want to… I don’t know.”

Smith got even more specific and talked about how he loves the song “Work From Home,” because who doesn’t love that song. Smith also says he wants “Work From Home” to be his wedding song since it is his hype song before he does anything. FYI, Smith has some outrageous plans for his wedding that you should really listen to.

Anyway, after Smith admitted to being a Harmonizer, Corden put on a Fifth Harmony song so they could start singing together. However, Corden decided that something was missing, so he made a call. That’s when everything changed.

Smith was in shock when the Fifth Harmony ladies rushed the car to help him sing “Work From Home.”

CREDIT: The Late Late Show with James Corden / YouTube

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At one moment, it looked like the mere presence of Fifth Harmony was going to make Smith pass out.

CREDIT: The Late Late Show with James Corden / YouTube

Tbh, a lot of us would probably legit faint if Fifth Harmony surprised us anywhere.

And from there, the six of them jumped right into the song and went for it.

CREDIT: The Late Late Show with James Corden / YouTube

Needless to say, Fifth Harmony seems to make everything better. This episode of “Carpool Karaoke” proves it.


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People On The Internet Are Finding It Hard To Accept That This Is Fifth Harmony’s Final Performance Together

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People On The Internet Are Finding It Hard To Accept That This Is Fifth Harmony’s Final Performance Together

Earlier in March, Fifth Harmony announced that they would be taking a break and venturing off into their solo projects. However, out of respect to their fans, the girl group promised that they would finish performing at all of the remaining shows they had included in their tour dates.

It was this past Friday on May 11th that the band took stage together for the last time (that is until they re-unite as a group again). Even though they made it clear that this was only a temporary break, the pictures and messages they shared on social media made it seem like it was a goodbye for good.

Fifth Harmony member Normani Kordei took to Twitter to express her love and gratitude for the women of this group.

💜 💔 💜

Similarly, Ally Brooke and Lauren Jaregui showed their love for their group members with a nostalgic picture post.

I love you

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The band has given fans some incredible years of music, love and support.

Looking at the pictures will make any fan emotional.

✨✨✨✨ thank you✨✨✨✨

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Side note: who else noticed that Camila Cabello is nowhere in their posts?

Even though it felt like a permanent goodbye, member Dinah Jane shed a bit of hope with the caption that she shared with her Twitter post.

But will there really be a “next time”?

In honor of their last show, Harmonizers took the time to reminisce on Fifth Harmony’s early “X-Factor” days.

Yassss. Those vocals!

Even though fans already knew that this final performance was coming, it was still a hard pill to swallow for most.

¡Quiere llorar! ¡Quiere llorar!

But despite these tears of sadness, people on the internet are showing their support for Fifth Harmony’s decision on taking a break.

Wishing the best of luck to these talented women. ✨

Overall, Harmonizers are grateful for the time they did have with Fifth Harmony.

This is where you say, “Don’t be sad that it ended. Be grateful that it happened.”

And Fifth Harmony is just as grateful for their loyal fans.

It is all love from the women of Fifth Harmony and their fans.

To watch Fifth Harmony’s emotional final performance, check out the video below.


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