Harmonizers, you've done it again! You've been voting relentlessly, and it's paid off, because Fifth Harmony were voted Best U.S. Act for the 2014 MTV EMA. So they'll now advance to the North American region in the Worldwide Act EMA category. But they've got one formidable contender to beat -- Justin Bieber, who won Best Canadian Act.
The "Bo$$" singers, who are gearing up to release their debut album, Reflection, will now have the opportunity to represent North America in the Worldwide Act category at the EMA, when the show goes down Sunday, November 9 in Glasgow.
(If they win, that international MTV award will look real cute right next to their VMA for Artist To Watch.)
Starting today, fans can vote for Fifth Harmony or Justin Bieber for Best North American Act. The winner will move onto Best Worldwide Act, where they'll face off against artists from around the world in contention to represent their region, so you have to keep on casting your vote if you want to see them advance to the final round as one of the international Worldwide Act nominees. The winner will be revealed during the 2014 MTV EMA.
Fifth Harmony will be performing during the 2014 MTV EMA kickoff special live from Miami's Klipsch Amphitheater at 7:00 p.m. ET/PT on November 9. Nick Jonas will also be performing along with Jake Miller, who is working double duty, co-hosting alongside Nick Cannon and Molly Tarlov. The 2014 MTV EMA, which is hosted by Nicki Minaj, will air on MTV channels worldwide.