It's Friday! It's the summer! I'm sure you have fun plans ahead or maybe you're just waiting to get to your couch for a Netflix binge, so I'll get right to it...
Earlier in the week, The Sun reporter Dan Wootton tweeted about a "young music group" turning into "total divas."
A few hours later, 5H's Lauren Jauregui solved that "mystery" real quick and responded to the tweet, saying he was just trying to start drama between women:
Wootton responded to Jauregui in a series of tweets, claiming he wasn't intending to start drama:
Well, the interview in question from Wootton's podcast came out the next day and things did get a little awkward once he started asking questions about Camila Cabello's departure from the band. Here's the clip:
Wootton also tweeted this about the encounter...
Well, *the Internet* wasn't about to let that fly. Fifth Harmony fans were pissed that Wootton called the group "divas" just because they wanted to talk about their new music instead of talking about Camila:
Some even pointed out that the band continued to answer questions even after it got awkward:
Even people outside of the fandom came to 5H's defense:
Now that you have the evidence, weigh in for yourself...
Yes, they should have answered the questions.No way, they just wanted to focus on the music!He's lucky they didn't end the interview in the middle!
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Did Fifth Harmony act like divas in that interview?
vote votesYes, they should have answered the questions.
vote votesNo way, they just wanted to focus on the music!
vote votesHe's lucky they didn't end the interview in the middle!