How Fifth Harmony Went from Fan Girls to Being Part of an Epic Musical Tour

The relationship between Fifth Harmony and Demi Lovato is nothing short of a #lifegoals. The girl band went from fan girls to touring with their idol – Demi Lovato. Here’s how they did it.

It started when the girls auditioned on The X Factor.


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Where Demi Lovato was a judge, remember?

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It was like the universe conspired for them to meet.

ICYMI, they placed third on the show in 2012.

Where it all began❤ #fabfive

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But third place isn’t so bad when Demi invites you to join her on her Neon Lights tour.

Auburn Hills we had the time of our lives last night. LOVE YOU SO MUCH THANK YOU!! #NEONLIGHTSTOUR

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From fans to touring partners. Dream come true.

OMG. This is such a beautiful story. ?

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But it gets better.

Fifth Harmony and Demi Lovato realized they had so much in common, like standing up for positive body-image.

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“When I would stand next to them, I would always compare myself, like, ‘Why can’t I be that small?’ I’m just naturally built this way,” Dinah told Latina about her curves. “I overcame it. When you embrace your flaws, everyone starts embracing you.” Demi has long been an advocate for positive body image and has talked about being comfortable in your own skin and loving yourself completely. Get it, girls.

While on tour, Fifth Harmony found a solid role model in their fellow Tejana.

“She never had an ego, and she never treated anyone like she was better than them,” Ally Brooke told Latina. “She’s such an awesome artist and person — and she’s from Texas” Preach!

But this new squad wasn’t built for publicity and self-promotion. These girls have been sticking up for each other for years.


See that, Taylor? A #squad is more than the people involved, it’s about making a difference.

The cutest part: Camila Cabello isn’t shy about her Lovatic past.

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And Demi responded with this:

Pretty sure this was Camila’s #mood after reading that tweet.

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I know, girl. That is epic.

Basically, this was a match made in music heaven. Lovatics and Harmonizers will be eternally grateful.

#TBT to meeting our beautiful harmonizers & hanging out with our favorite @DDLovato at @topshop in NYC!! ??

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This Seahawks Fan Won't Let Haters Stop Him from Dressing Up for Games


This Seahawks Fan Won’t Let Haters Stop Him from Dressing Up for Games

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The Seattle Seahawks, like most teams in the NFL, have plenty of HARDCORE fans.

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Look at this guy. He literally has the team’s logo painted across his face.

Efrain Lopez is one of those fans.


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Except Lopez doesn’t paint his face. He goes to games dressed in a custom-made charro outfit.

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He calls himself “Charro Hawk.” Dude isn’t playing. Just look at the detail on his sombrero.

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Earlier this in the season, ESPN reporter Darren Rovel tweeted this photo of Lopez, and it spread like wildfire.

Rovell wasn’t accurate about the “Seattle Si Hawk” nickname, but it appears he couldn’t resist making the joke.

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Several fans thought Lopez’s get-up was awesome.

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As usual, there were some trolls among the bunch.

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Lopez, who also had to deal with a few racial slurs online, says he has NO TIME for haters.

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“I can’t allow that to really affect me. However, by sharing my story, I can maybe inspire individuals that have the time to be negative to take a look at who I am and who I represent,” said Lopez to Seattle’s KING 5 News.

Who is he? A proud Mexican who also loves the Seahawks.

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Lopez, who was born in Mexico, moved to the US and eventually became a naturalized citizen. He began dressing up as “Charro Hawk” in 2008. If you’re paying close attention, you probably noticed that Lopez owns both a navy charro suit and a lime green charro suit. That’s dedication.

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