Fifth Harmony thanks Filipino concertgoers for incredible energy amidst technical glitches

IMAGE Nikko Tuazon

Fifth Harmony brought their PSA Tour to the Philippines on March 6, 2018. The girl group thanked Filipino concertgoers for their incredible energy amidst technical glitches.

Award-winning American group Fifth Harmony rocked the Manila concert scene for the second time.

The four-piece girl group composed of former The X Factor US Season 2 finalists Ally Brooke, Normani Hamilton, Dinah Jane, and Lauren Jauregui held their PSA Tour at the Kia Theater on Tuesday night, March 6.

The first time the girl group visited the Philippines was in April 2017 for the Manila leg of The 7/27 Tour at the SM Mall of Asia Arena.

Several Filipino celebrities were spotted partying at the KIA Theater in Cubao.

MYX VJ Sharlene San Pedro was lucky enough to get an exclusive interview with Fifth Harmony before the concert. 

Ronald Singson brought his daughter to watch Fifth Harmony perform live. The ex-boyfriend of Lovi Poe is known for being a businessman and concert producer. 

Miss Earth 2015 Angelia Ong went to the concert for a bonding session with her BFF.

Fifth Harmony performed at a smaller venue this time around, but still rocked the concert stage with their performances.

Loud screams filled the theater as each member walked in on stage for their for song "Worth It."

This was followed by "BO$$," "Sauced Up," and "Reflection."

Their set list also included the songs "Deliver," "Messy," and "Make You Mad."

The members displayed their vocal prowess through their performances of the songs "Scared of Happy," "Lonely Night," and "Not That Kinda Girl."

Fan favorites include their performances of "Angel," "No Way, and "Down."

The American girl group, however, experienced a series of technical glitches throughout the concert.

Many fans noticed how frustrated the girls looked when some of the song's big moments were interrupted by technical problems.

At one point, Dinah Jane had to pause for a bit for a quick visit backstage, presumably to ask what the problem was.


Filipino Harmonizers didn't seem to mind the glitches and sang along with the girls, making members of the band feel so much better.

On Twitter, Lauren thanked their fans and wrote, "Wowwwwww what an incredible SHOW!! Thank you for your incredible energy Manila???????????????? MAHAL KITA."

As for Ally (rightmost), she tweeted, "Tonight was fiiiireeeeee #PSATourManila !! Like WOAH!!! Y’all were so loud and hyped!!! It was such an amazing show!!! The Philippines know how to do it!!! Mahal Kita ????????"

The concert made it to Twitter's trending topics last night.

Dinah Jane also expressed her gratitude for their Pinoy fans on Twitter.

She wrote, "Just peeped #PSATOURMANILA trending ???? MAHAL KITA PHILIPPINES! xx so happy to be back"

For their encore performance, Fifth Harmony went back on stage waving the Filipino flag as they performed the song "Bridges."





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