Fans waited for Fifth Harmony to take the stage at Billboard Music Awards 2015 on Sunday, but the awards night finished without their performance number. Why?
Many fans thought that Fifth Harmony will perform at the Billboard Music Awards 2015 as the group was reported and promoted to sing their hit single “Worth It” at the show. But it seems that the group’s performance was cancelled prior to BBMAs airing or at the last minute of the show.
Last week, Billboard confirmed and announced that Fifth Harmony is going to perform. “Fifth Harmony are headed to the 2015 BBMAs to play a special version of “Worth It.” Harmonizers, get ready,” Billboard said.
The group also tweeted that they are indeed stepping in to BBMAs stage.
Seriously can't believe we're going to be on stage at #BBMAs this weekend! It's going to be aca-awesome 😉
— Fifth Harmony (@FifthHarmony) May 16, 2015
But during the show tonight, Fifth Harmony announces on twitter that they will just present at the Billboard Music Awards.
To all our fans who've been campaigning for a performance tonight we hear you! We're just presenting tonight but we'll see you on Tuesday!
— Fifth Harmony (@FifthHarmony) May 18, 2015
fifth harmony's performance pic.twitter.com/bWWu3WKEVs
— vem hepta (@crfmalu95s) May 18, 2015
On Twitter, fans are demanding for answers why Fifth Harmony’s “Worth It” performance was cut off on the show.
Fifth Harmony got left swiped by they own management I can't believe
— Kat Edison Apologist (@Soulphire) May 18, 2015
What the #BBMAs really needs and deserves is a Fifth Harmony performance.
— Alex Goldschmidt (@alexandergold) May 18, 2015