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Fifth Harmony, Kid Ink to Make Late Night Debut on 'Kimmel' with 'Worth It'

by Carolyn Menyes   Jun 17, 2015 10:53 AM EDT

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Fifth Harmony are about to prove that they're "Worth It" by making their late night television debut. Over the weekend, the X Factor alumnae alerted the Harmonizers that they will be taking on Jimmy Kimmel Live! with their latest Reflection single on Thursday, June 18.

In a Twitter post shouting out to their "Harmos," 5H made the big late night announcement: "WE HEARD U HARMOS! Making our late night debut 6/18 performing #WorthIt w/ @kid_ink on @JimmyKimmelLive #5HonKimmel," the group wrote alongside a photo of themselves posing against the Kimmel logo.

The Thursday night appearance will mark Fifth Harmony's inaugural late night appearance as the girl group pushes for its Kid Ink featuring single to crack the Billboard Hot 100 top 10. As of last week, the single sits at No. 18. It's peaked at No. 17.

"Worth It" is the third single from Fifth Harmony's debut album Reflection, which dropped earlier this year. It was preceded by the release of "BO$$" and "Sledgehammer."

[h/t ONTD]

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