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Fifth Harmony for Billboard magazine's latest issue.

Fifth Harmony discuss pop-star lives, are not happy about their fame

6 May 2016 Entertainment News

Fourth Estate Staff

Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – Fifth Harmony has covered the latest issue of Billboard magazine and the girls said they are not so happy about being famous.

The singers are happy with their hit songs “Work From Home” and “Worth It” but the members of the girl group, Camila Cabello , Normani Kordei , Dinah-Jane Hansen, Ally Brooke Hernandez and Lauren Jauregui are not so happy when they are on the road.

Cabello explained that she was having terrible anxiety nonstop and that her heart would beat really fast the whole day. She continued to share, “Two hours after I woke up, I'd need a nap because my body was so hyperactive. It was so eff — sorry, but it was so f–ked up.” Cabello also said that she realized that the things she though were important were not worth her health.

As for Hernandez, she has become the rock of the group as she often lends her ear to those who need it. However, she did say that she also has suffered mental health situations as well as “pain on a lot of levels.”

Jauregui has more to say about the music industry. She shared, "They sell you this present of rainbows and butterflies, and as a 16-year-old that's what I bought. It's why I did X Factor and why I ended up in a group. But then you're working so hard, so young. {Meanwhile] my friends are in college, telling me about their days and what they're studying. You're having to put on a smile on a red carpet. It's like, 'Who am I? Am I for myself or for this?'"

Hansen also shared her fair share of downtime when touring. She said that she loves touring but the schedule has traumatized her. She revealed that she watched her great-grandmother be buried on FaceTime .

Kordei is a little bit more positive than the rest of her girl group co-members. She has experienced the deaths of three people close to her in the past four months while promoting their sophomore album but she said that she is in the process of getting to her high point.