Fifth Harmony Have Mysteriously Cancelled Part Of Their European Tour - And The Harmonizers Are Getting PO'd!

13 September 2016, 14:58 | Updated: 13 September 2016, 15:46

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The 'Work From Home' girls have backed out of EIGHT European tour dates!

Things aren't looking too fantastic in the Fifth Harmony camp!

First, both Lauren Jauregui and Camila have suffered from both on- and off- stage issues recently, and then the girls were forced to cancel key tour dates in North America.

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Today (13th September), the European leg of their 7/27 World Tour has come under similar problems, with 8 dates being cancelled or rescheduled!

Harmonizers in Germany, Switzerland and France have been left disappointed after the chance to see their idols perform has either been taken away from them, or moved to another date with no explanation.

There's been no official word yet on why the concerts have been canned, but fresh rumours are circulating that this could be the beginning of the end for the feisty girl group.

Rifts in the band have already been well documented, with many fans speculating that Camila Cabello will be leaving the group to pursue her solo career.

Check out the full list of affected and rescheduled dates below.

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Fifth Harmony 7/27 UK & European Tour Dates 2016

Cancelled/rescheduled dates in bold.
  • 4th October - 3 Arena, Dublin
  • 6th October - SSE Hydro Arena, Glasgow
  • 7th October - Manchester Arena
  • 8th October - Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
  • 10th October - O2 Arena, London
  • 11th October - Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
  • 12th October - Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham
  • 14th October - Saint Jordi Club, Barcelona
  • 16th October - Campo Pequeno, Lisbon
  • 18th October - Le Dome, Marseille CANCELLED - Changed to Zenith, Paris
  • 19th October - Arena Geneva CANCELLED - Changed to E-Werk Cologne, Germany
  • 20th October - Batschkapp, Frankfurt, Germany
  • 21st October - Palladium, Cologne CANCELLED
  • 22nd October - Falconer, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • 23rd October - Annexet, Stockholm, Sweden
  • 24th October - Spektrum, Oslo
  • 26th October - Rockhal, Luxembourg
  • 27th October - Heineken Music Hall, Amsterdam
  • 29th October - Lotto Arena, Antwerp
  • 30th October - Hallenstadion, Zurich CANCELLED
  • 1st November - Le Zenith, Paris CANCELLED
  • 2nd November - Zenith, Munich CANCELLED
  • 3rd November - Columbiahalle, Berlin CANCELLED
  • 4th November - Jahrunderthalle, Frankfurt CANCELLED
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