They have yet to win a VMA (they're nominated!), but Fifth Harmony certainly win the award for most fan-centric pop stars ever. After fans expressed less than excited emotions over the quintet's album art for Reflection, the girls decided to change it up.
"Y'all spoke. We heard. We agreed. #5HNEWReflection," AllyBrooke Hernandez tweeted Friday (August 22), along with a black and white photo of the ladies in fedoras.
VMA pre-show performers Fifth Harmony previously unveiled the artwork for the record last week, a splashier, more brightly colored affair featuring the ladies strutting side-by-side. Judging by Hernandez' tweet, though, the fans didn't think the art was a Bo$$ move.
After the girls revealed the new art, however, it seems Harmonizers are singing a different tune. "What other artist do you know that would change their album cover because the fans don't like it? That's why Fifth Harmony are the best," tweeted one fan, while another opined, "THIS IS WHY FIFTH HARMONY IS MY FAVORITE! LIKE WHO CHANGES THEIR ALBUM COVER BECAUSE THE FANS DONT LIKE IT??"
Cool, ladies -- now can we get a release date for that sucker?
What do you think of the change? Did it do them good?