Lauren Jauregui Wants Fifth Harmony's Diversity to Empower Young Girls

Lauren Jauregui Wants Fifth Harmony's Diversity to Empower Young Girls
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Lauren Jauregui is woke AF and she wants to empower young girls. 

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The Cubana spoke to Nylon all about wanting Fifth Harmony to serve as an example for young girls not only in their music but the way they look. 

“Some of our songs are empowering, but I feel like more so than our music, it’s who we are.” she said, “We’re four women who are completely different ethnicities, completely different body types, completely different walks of life and opinions.”

Jauregui, Normani Kordei, Dinah Jane Hansen and Ally Brooke Hernandez are all from different backgrounds and the 20-year-old just wants their fans to celebrate their differences just like they do as a group. 

“We have an energy about us that’s so unique and so intense, and it’s because of how much power we have in us as individuals, being confident, harnessing that power, and wanting to share that with other women," she said. 

The star also revealed that the reason why she is so confident in herself is because of her family and how they have supported her. 

"I’m really lucky, because I have a mother and a grandmother who always instilled my power in me, always, from the day I was born. And my father, too. My parents never made me feel like I couldn’t do something because I was a girl, ever," she said. "It didn’t matter what I wanted to do. My father supported me 1,000 percent, all the way, and never told me, “you can’t do that because you’re a girl.” And on top of that, the school that I went to, and the power I was given with my education. I’m really lucky, I got only power handed to me, and I made use of it, and I only want to share that."

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We hope that the #Harmonizers hear Lauren and continue to feel empowered by the ladies.