Normani’s Fifth Harmony Groupmates Congratulate Her on Debut Album

Normani’s Fifth Harmony Groupmates Congratulate Her on Debut Album

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The Fifth Harmony sisterhood runs deep. Following the release of Normani‘s album Dopamine on Friday, her former groupmates Lauren Jauregui, Dinah Jane, and Camila Cabello shared sweet messages for the singer over the last few days.

Dinah, who recently released her own solo track “Ocean Song,” is the latest member to post about the LP. “Congratulations on your first album release!! only bad bitches keep this on repeat,” she wrote on Monday, before mentioning her favorite track on the album. “Take My Time is my mooood AHHHHH!!!”

Meanwhile, Cabello and Jauregui shared comments on Normani’s post about releasing the project over the weekend. Cabello wrote, “Putting out a project is vulnerable and hard and you are doing it beautifully! Congratulations on your first album and many more to come.” Normani replied to the comment and celebrated Cabello’s own LP, C, XOXO, out later this month: “Thank you so much for this. This seriously means a lot and so v proud of you. You’re next, let’s goooo.”

Jauregui kept her message simple writing, “Congraaaaats bby girlllll.” On X, she wrote, “AHHHHH HAPPY DOPAMINE DAY BITCHESSS!!! LETS GO MANI🔥🥲🫂🤍.” Normani responded, “Ily v much mama.”

The only member yet to react to the record’s release is Ally Brooke, who celebrated Normani, alongside all of the group’s other members, when she announced the project earlier this year.

In an interview with Rolling Stone earlier this month, Normani shared that she and Jauregui had just been texting. “What a journey it’s been,” she said at the time.

She also shared that she had “suppressed” some of her memories from being in the group after the struggles they went to as young adults. “That’s just my way of protecting myself from having to deal with everything. But what I do remember is it wasn’t all bad. Like yeah, we struggled, but it was also really beautiful in what we accomplished together,” she said.

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The 5H girls’ celebration of Normani’s record also comes after Normani told Billboard that she sees a reunion as a “possibility in the future” but the she was not aware of any plans of that happening anytime soon.

Among the standouts on Dopamine are tracks such as “All Yours,” “Lights On,” “Big Boy” with Starrah, and “Insomnia,” which features background vocals from Brandy. “All over Dopamine, Normani owns her pleasure with the pride and confidence of the star she was always destined to be,” read a Rolling Stone review of the record.

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