Fifth Harmony has got our attention and there's no turning back now. After going through a rough patch at the end of 2016 – when Camila Cabello left the group – the rest of the girls have climbed their way back to the top. With a new, self-titled album coming out, everyone is dying to know more about the personal lives of Lauren Jauregui, Ally Brooke, Dinah Jane and Normani Koredi. Finally, we may have gotten exactly what we're looking for when it comes to all of the buzzing questions everyone has for Lauren.
The entire group chatted with Dan Wooten on The Bizarre Life podcast, but it was Lauren's solo interview that really got heads turning. Obviously, everyone knows that she's bisexual. That's no secret after she released a photo shoot she did with an off and on girlfriend. But, it wasn't just the photo shoot, Lauren has officially come out as well. Now, she's talking about her sexual orientation and where she thinks she falls on the sexuality spectrum. To be honest, we're all here for it.
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She explained to Dan, "My theory is the spectrum, there’s a spectrum of sexuality. There’s straight people and there’s super gay people and then there’s everybody in between and everybody is a little bit of something because sexuality is fluid."
This theory is totally spot on, in our opinion. When Dan asked where she would put herself on said spectrum, Lauren continued, "I don’t know. Honestly, like I fall in love with souls and I don’t really even see anything but that, to be honest. So, I’m everywhere on the spectrum in my opinion. I’m everywhere, I’m just a soul that’s floating around here on earth."
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We don't know about you but we are getting some serious Miley Cyrus vibes here. The "Malibu" singer has opened up in the past about how she feels like she is nothing but a soul. She isn't a boy, she isn't a girl, she's just a soul. Even though Lauren may not feel exactly that way, they do have some similarities in their ideas about sexuality which is totally cool. Lauren is using her voice and public platform to let others know that it's okay to be bisexual, it's okay to be somewhere on this spectrum and it's okay to be sexually fluid.
For that, amongst many other things, we have so much respect for her.
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