Fifth Harmony Takes Over 'TRL' With 'He Like That' & 'Don't Say You Love Me'

Fifth Harmony on TRL
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Fifth Harmony on TRL.

Tuesday (Oct. 17) marked the Fifth Harmony Takeover of TRL, where the girl group performed both “He Like That” and “Don't Say You Love Me.”

“He Like That” is the second single off their self-titled album, which was released in August and hit No. 4 on the Billboard 200. The song, which samples MC Hammer’s “Pumps and a Bump,” features a rollicking guitar riff brought to life with the addition of a live band.

True to their name, their harmonies were in sync during the chorus, where they sing lyrics like, “He trip when he on it, one taste and he want it.”

The performance marks a change of scenery for TRL live performances -- 5H sang in the studio instead of on a stage set up in Times Square, which was where the bulk of performers were situated in the first week.

Watch Fifth Harmony’s performances of “He Like That” and "Don't Say You Love Me" below.

The four-piece “blessed up” a few lucky Harmonizers with free tickets to their show. One fan who came all the way from Brazil broke down in tears -- she didn’t know she’d get the chance to meet her idols. Plus, the girls answered questions from fans in a segment called 'Requestions.'

When asked what it’s like for 5H to have their own TRL takeover, Ally Brooke said, “I’ve grown up watching this, so this is my dream. I’m kind of fangirling right now.” They also touched on the importance of body confidence. “We just really try to encourage everybody that there is beauty in everybody, and we’re all here with purpose,” Normani Kordei said. “We have our bad days. We have our insecurities. But we really do a good job of lifting each other up.”

Brooke said the now-quartet bonded while they toured in South America in June and July. “It was such a phenomenal experience,” she said. “We had so much fun.” When asked about what it was like working with Pitbull, fellow Miami native Lauren Jauregui gushed, “He’s such an icon in Miami and all over the world, obviously. So it’s amazing to have done this song with him and for it to be as cool and sexy as it is.”

Fifth Harmony also played a game of 'Step Off,' where each girl took a turn doing whatever dance the spinning wheel landed on, and a round of TRL's lip syncing competition, 'Sync Off.' Check out some twerking, country line dancing and more.

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