In an interview with Seventeen magazine, each of the ladies discussed how they battled their respective insecurities and came out with a renewed sense of self-worth.
Camila Cabello credits singing with building her confidence, which eventually helped her grow out of being painfully shy. Ally Brooke found her voice through the quote, "Speak even if your voice shakes." Normani Kordei focuses on what she likes about herself instead of her insecurities, while Dinah Jane and Lauren Jauregui decided to embrace who they are, inside and out.
The beautiful thing about Fifth Harmony acknowledging their self-worth is that it's sort of like the gift that keeps on giving. They constantly promote positive messages such as self-acceptance through their music with songs like their chart-topping single "Worth It." Check any of their social media feeds for encouraging messages to their fans. And because they participate in projects like Clean & Clear's #SeeTheRealMe campaign, which encourages healthy skin care habits (and accepting yourself in all of your I woke up like this fabulousness), they have no problem supporting other women, as well - just ask them who their celebrity girl crushes are! On top of everything, they're also unapologetically feminist and we have to think that has something to do with them recognizing the B0$$ potential in themselves and other women.
As Lauren told Huff Post Live's Nancy Redd, "[It's] supporting each other and not breaking each other down, and kind of sending out that message and making sure women know that doing this together is going to be so much more effective than trying to tear each other down."