Simon Cowell Says Fifth Harmony Will Perform on ‘AGT,’ One Direction ‘I Don’t Think We’ll See As A Group For A While’
June 8, 2016 - one direction
When we get Simon Cowell to join “America’s Got Talent” as a judge, we get most some-more than snarky comments — a song noble also comes with an considerable rolodex of stars.
Two of Cowell’s biggest discoveries are One Direction and Fifth Harmony, both of that were shaped on his “X-Factor” franchise. The U.K. tellurian prodigy was shaped on a British “X-Factor,” and a chart-topping lady band was put together on a American chronicle of “The X-Factor.” Both groups signed with Cowell’s label, Syco Records.
Cowell, who assimilated “AGT” as a decider this season, says Fifth Harmony will come onto a NBC array to perform this summer. One Direction, however is in a midst of a hiatus, and will not.
“We’ll have Fifth Harmony really this year since they’ve got an manuscript entrance out,” Cowell told Variety in a recent interview, referring to their second studio manuscript “7/27,” that was expelled in late May. “It will be illusory to have them on a show.”
Cowell continued, “One Direction we don’t consider we’ll see as a organisation for a while now, if I’m being honest with you. But a girls, definitely.”
Cowell’s comments on One Direction impute to a group’s stream hiatus, that began progressing this year and is approaching to final about 18 months — though has been rumored to be a breakup. In Mar 2015, a rope dwindled from 5 members to 4 with a depart of Zayn Malik, who left to focus on his solo career. One Direction’s fifth studio album, “Made in a A.M.,” expelled in late 2015, was a initial but Malik. The organisation consists of Niall Horan, Liam Payne, Harry Styles and Louis Tomlinson, and a foursome has positive fans that they are not bursting up, notwithstanding opposing buzz.
As for Fifth Harmony, the five-member cocktail organisation — Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei, Dinah Jane, Camila Cabello and Lauren Jauregui — is in a midst of compelling their new album, uninformed off their gold singular “Work From Home.”
“America’s Got Talent” front Tuesdays during 8 p.m. on NBC.