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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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Selena Gomez Is The Latest Artist To Use iPhone Technology To Make A Fun Music Video

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Selena Gomez Is The Latest Artist To Use iPhone Technology To Make A Fun Music Video

Selena Gomez and EDM producer Marshmello have released their new music video for “Wolves” and it’s clearly made to be watched on a cell phone. The video starts with a couple messages being exchanged about making a music video for the song. All of a sudden, Gomez calls Marshmello on FaceTime and you lowkey feel some kind of stress because who isn’t stressed when they get an unsolicited FaceTime call? What follows is a wet-haired, just-out-of-the-shower Gomez lip-syncing and dancing around her house in a little silk robe. It’s a lot like the Jimmy Fallon and Ariana Grande Snapchat video for “Into You“. Here’s a quick recap of what Gomez does while the FaceTime call is rolling.

Who hasn’t danced around in the bathroom while on FaceTime?

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Especially if the person on the other side of the call is playing some dope tunes. Seems like the best way to hype each other up for a night out, right?

Of course, all the dancing makes one tired so obviously, she’d need to lie down for a moment.

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It’s one thing to just talk on the phone, but to dance while doing it will leave you winded. Did she lie down because she needed a break or because she was too exhausted to continue? We may never know.

Then she jumped on the kitchen counter, which was a big no-no for my mother.

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I can almost hear my mom yelling, “People eat there! What are you doing?”

And if the kitchen counter wasn’t enough for you, Gomez then dances on a picnic table in the backyard.

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Also, let’s talk about how long she was using FaceTime. Was she on wifi the whole time? Who is paying the bill if she isn’t on the wifi?


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