Lauren Jauregui thanks fans after breaking down on stage
Fifth Harmony's Lauren Jauregui has thanked fans for their support after she broke down twice on stage during a concert last week.
The 20-year-old singer took to social media to insist that she was merely emotional because of the song lyrics and insisted she is now feeling much better.
Lauren - who teared up during 'No Way' and 'Scared of Happy' - tweeted: "Thankyou Texas for your amazing shows and thank you so much PHOENIX your energy was insane. And thank you guys so much for the love and concern(: I'm feeling a lot better today! Lyrics just made me extra emotional yesterday ily (sic)."
Lauren's emotional episode comes just a week after her bandmate Camila Cabello left the group's concert in Missouri early due to anxiety but managed to make her return for their Dallas show a few days later.
Camila took to Snapchat to say sorry to fans after she left her bandmates - Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei, Dinah Jane and Lauren - to complete the show without her.
She said: "Hi Missouri, sorry I couldn't finish the set last night. Was having too much anxiety and couldn't finish it. I love u. I'm truly sorry. (sic)"
Meanwhile, the 19-year-old singer previously admitted she suffered from "terrible nonstop anxiety" during their rise to fame.
She shared: "I'll start with the low because that led to the high. I was having terrible anxiety, nonstop. My heart would beat really fast the whole day. Two hours after I woke up, I'd need a nap because my body was so hyperactive.
"It was so f***ed up. I was scared of what would happen to me, of the things my brain might tell me. I now see the stuff I thought was important isn't worth my health. Now I write in a diary every day, work out and meditate."
And Lauren admitted joining the industry was a big moment for her.
She added: "They sell you this present of rainbows and butterflies, and as a 16-year-old that's what I bought. It's why I did 'X Factor' and why I ended up in a group. But then you're working so hard, so young.
"[Meanwhile] my friends are in college, telling me about their days and what they're studying. You're having to put on a smile on a red carpet. It's like, 'Who am I? Am I for myself or for this?'"