Lauren Jauregui Closes Out Billboard’s Pride Prom With ‘50ft’

The American singer, writer, and a former member of the girl group fifth harmony sang her new song “50 ft” at the pride prom.

Lauren Jauregui closed out the Billboard and the Hollywood reporter’s first-ever pride prom with a stunning performance on June 13. The summit and second annual Pride Prom openly supports The Trevor Project, the world’s largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for the LGBTQ community.

Pride Prom 2019

The singer closed out the pride prom at home, singing her latest song with great enthusiasm, letting her beautiful voice take over her recent heartbreak.

Naturally inclined to love

But when the love ain’t flowin’ back

I pull away and reassess

Gotta protect me

Lyrics from 50 ft.

Jauregui was dressed in a shimmery sky blue top while singing the song. In April, when she released the song, she explained it with a statement talking about how she felt while she wrote and sang the song.

I wrote it from a space of reflection on how I interact with the world energetically and this artwork truly encapsulates the feeling of distance spoken about in the song while asserting the closeness of my relationship to my loved ones

Lauren Jauregui

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