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Normani Gets Candid About Feeling Overlooked in Fifth Harmony Normani is opening up about her career. The 24-year-old Fifth Harmony member turned solo superstar spoke out in an interview with Women's Health, out now. …Find out more...

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"For a long time, I didn’t believe in myself because I didn’t feel like I was given the opportunity to.""For a long time, I didn’t believe in myself because I didn’t feel like I was given the opportunity to."

Normani Says She Struggled With Her Self-Worth And Confidence After Fifth Harmony

The singing sensation, 24, reflected on launching her own solo career and her newfound self-confidence in an interview with Women's Health .The singing sensation, 24, reflected on launching her own solo career and her newfound self-confidence in an interview with Women's Health .

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While her solo star power rises, Normani has not forgotten the treatment she faced as a member of Fifth Harmony and how it impacted her. Read on for the singer's experience in her own words. While her solo star power rises, Normani has not forgotten the treatment she faced as a member of Fifth Harmony and how it impacted her. Read on for the singer's experience in her own words.

Normani covers the December issue of Women's Health Magazine, where she discusses how her time with Fifth Harmony hurt her confidence, questioning if her music was black enough or pop enough and how she maintains balance in her life.Normani covers the December issue of Women's Health Magazine, where she discusses how her time with Fifth Harmony hurt her confidence, questioning if her music was black enough or pop enough and how she maintains balance in her life.

Normani Questioned Whether Her Work Was Black Enough | Bossip

Normani covers the December issue of Women’s Health Magazine, where she discusses how her time with Fifth Harmony hurt her confidence, questioning if her music was black enough or pop enough …

Normani Questioned Whether Her Work Was Black Enough – Bossip