LONDON (AP) — Don’t read too much into the Fifth Harmony song “Worth It.” Singer Camila Cabello says it’s just a song to groove to before a party or when you’re out with friends. Singer Normani (nor-MAH’-nee) Hamilton says they don’t want anything handed to them, but the message of “Worth It” is that they’re demanding respect. So what isn’t worth it? Singer Ally Brooke Hernandez says pitting people against each other, especially girls, is not worth it. Singer Lauren Jauregui (hah-REH’-gee) says ignorance and intolerance are not worth it. Cabello says uncomfortable high heels are not worth it, because then you can’t dance.
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