WATCH: Fifth Harmony Came to Slay 'Lip Sync Battle'

Lip Sync Battle is one of the few shows that can get celebs to relax, have fun and not give well-rehearsed media trained answers. Recently, Fifth Harmony’s singers (Lauren Jauregui, Dinah Jane, Ally Brooke and Normani Kordei competed against each other on Lip Sync Battle's famous stage and showed their individual flavor profiles.

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Of course, the fabulous girl group came to slay not play. From Lauren’s spot on performance—big, raven hair included—of Amy Winehouse’s “Rehab” to Ally’s Selena Quintanilla meets Jennifer Lopez “Como La Flor/Get on the Floor” mix, these ladies hit the stage with high energy and colorful costumes. But in the end, there was only one winner of the prize belt and it was badass Ally Brooke. And you know they were celebrating her win from "Brazil, Morrocco, London to Ibiza, straight to LA, NY, Vegas to Africa!"

We gathered their performances for your viewing pleasure. Check 'em out below. 

Watch Ally morph from the opening lines of "Como La Flor" to "Get on the Floor" with ease. She deserves an award just for looking like a young J.Lo with her blonde weave and silver, shakes your shimmery dress. Plus, she had the moves too!

 

 

Viewers knew they were in for something special when Normani descended from the sky while sitting atop a disco ball. She wore a white faux fur, purple fedora, and a not-to-be-missed gold tooth. She sang Kelly Rowland’s part in “Bootylicious” and none of us were ready when she twerked her jelly.

 

 

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Not to be outdone by the celebration of pop divas, Jane went the Disney route by lip-syncing Dwayne Johnson’s “You’re Welcome” from Moana. It was like Disney meets a Broadway show, for real. Bow down to the costume designer who crafted Jane's bodysuit with tribal tattoos.

 

 

Then there was Lauren who was a straight doppelgänger, with heavy, black eyeliner, mole, and skyscraper tall hair, for the late, great Amy Winehouse.  Lauren's performance was a perfect tribute to the singer who became a soloist in heaven at age 27. 

 

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