Fan Army Face-Off: Katy Perry's #KatyCats Are Ferocious Against Fifth Harmony's Harmonizers

Katy Perry
Cass Bird

Katy Perry

Katy Perry’s #KatyCats are bringing out the claws against Fifth Harmony’s Harmonizers in this week’s round of Billboard’s Fan Army Face-Off. After beating out Lady Gaga’s Little Monsters in a tight race, Harmonizers are going to have to prove they’re harmonious in facing Perry’s worldwide fandom.

With girl power at the forefront, Fifth Harmony has wasted no time pulling fans together in perfect harmony since the group’s start in 2012 on The X Factor. One year later, the girl group released their first EP, Better Together, which reached No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100. Spanish-speaking Harmonizers were in for a special treat when 5H released an all-Spanish version of Better Together, called Juntos. Their debut album Reflection peaked at No. 5, while their second studio album 7/27 gave them an extra edge peaking at No. 4. Due to their growing fanbase, 5H has graced the covers of publications like Latina, Seventeen and Billboard.

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With more than 90 million followers, Katy Perry is the most-followed person on Twitter thanks to her loyal fanbase. The pop star began her career in her teen years as a Christian singer. In 2008, Perry took a complete 180, releasing “I Kissed a Girl,” which hit No. 1 on the Hot 100. Perry’s third album Teenage Dream brought summer anthem “California Gurls,” as well as “Teenage Dream”, “Firework” and “Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.),” which all hit No. 1. Perry’s last album Prism debuted in 2013, leaving fans waiting for more until her recent release of “Rise” for the 2016 Summer Olympics.

Billboard’s Fan Army Face-Off : Vote!

If Harmonizers see Fifth Harmony as “Worth It” in this battle between pop armies, they need to stop #KatyCats and their “Teenage Dream.”

There are six days left in this round of Billboard’s Fan Army Face-Off -- vote for your fave now!


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