Fifth Harmony's Normani Kordei To Miss 'Reflection Tour' in Mexico
There will be one less member of Fifth Harmony for their upcoming Reflection Tour shows in Mexico. The group released a statement on Twitter on Wednesday (Nov. 25) that Normani Kordei would not be able to perform with them due to a family-related death.
"We know some of you have been wondering and we wanted to let our Harmonizer family know that Normani will not be joining us in Mexico due to a death back home," the tweet read. "Mani is one of the strongest, kindest humans we know and we're sending her ALL of our love. The harmonizer family is so vast, let's help make her heavy heart light. Meanwhile, Mexico, lets do Mani proud."
According to their official website, the pop quintet -- known for their sassy hits "Bo$$" and "Worth It" featuring Kid Ink -- are scheduled to perform two shows in Mexico City this week: one gig at Plaza Condesa on Nov. 25 and the second at Foro Sol on Nov. 26. Kordei, a talented dancer, appeared in the music videos for Future's "Commas" and Teyana Taylor's "Do Not Disturb" earlier this year.