Harmonizers were heartbroken when Fifth Harmony didn't end up doing their scheduled performance at the 2015 Billboard Music Awards. Now, the band has released an official statement on their Tumblr, saying that they decided to cancel the show themselves because they didn't feel like they had enough time to rehearse.
"Because of the success of 'Worth It', we were given the opportunity to do an acapella version of the song during the show. Because we didn’t get to do a rehearsal in the arena until the day of the show, and with the nature of the production of this song, we didn’t feel happy with how it sounded," they said.
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"You know we strive for perfection so after a conversation with our team, we all decided it was best to wait for a moment to showcase 'Worth It' at its best. It was a united decision that we all made together. We love you and your passion and hope you can understand that part of our journey is making the right decisions in tough moments."
However, some fans aren't buying their explanation and still blame management.
I still think that #EpicIsntWorthIt 😊— ℋ // Fire N Gold (@Demsmuffin) May 19, 2015
I still think that #EpicIsntWorthIt 😊
While we understand that they wanted to rehearse their show to the best of their abilities, we still think that their performance would have been amazing! They've recorded amazing acapella versions of songs like "BO$$," and they totally could have done something great.
Are you still upset that 5H didn't perform? Do you want to hear them do an acapella version of "Worth It"? Sound off in the comments!