Ally Brooke Shows Off Her Dance Moves in New “No Good” Music Video

Ally Brookeis up to no good… with a sexy dance partner.

The 26-year-old Mexican American singer and former Fifth Harmony member showing off her Dancing with the Stars moves in her just-releasedmusic video for “No Good.”

Ally Brooke

Ally Brooke samples the Kelly Charlesclassic “You’re No Good For Me” to make a modern anthem for the independent woman, but her ex-turned-dance partner puts on the moves to win her back in a sensual routine. 

Even though she finished in third place on the ABCreality dance competition, Ally Brooke pulls off some mesmerizing, fluid choreography that captures the drama she’s singing about. 

From digging her heels right into his chest to letting him twirl her all over the floor, it feels like she’s dancing with the devil — and she let her fans know on Twitterthat it wasn’t easy.

When one fan asked about the hardest part of the choreography, she replied, “There was a sequence of moves, with the spin at the end. I kept getting extremely nauseous and dizzy after every take, I literally almost PASSED OUT. But it was worth it lol.”


Ally Brooke Announces First-Ever Solo Tour, “My Time to Shine”

Ally Brooke Hernandezis taking her show on the road…

The 26-year-old Mexican American singer and former Fifth Harmony member, who finished in third place on this season of Dancing With the Stars, is going on tour.

Ally Brooke Hernandez 

Ally Brooke, who recently released her latest single “No Good,” took to Instagramto announce that she’s been “cooking up something,” taking a cake out of the oven in the video to reveal the dates to her first-ever solo tour. 

She’ll be performing at the Gramercy Theatre in New York City on March 16 and the El Rey Theaterin Los Angeles on April 7, with more dates to be announced. 

Tickets for the tour, fittingly titled My Time to Shine, will go on sale Friday, December 6 at 10:00 am.

“I CAN’T WAIT TO SHINE WITH Y’ALL NEXT YEAR!!” she wrote in the caption. 

Ally Brooke Unleashes New Dance-tastic Single “No Good”

Ally Brooke Hernandez is up to no good

The 26-year-old Mexican American singer and former Fifth Harmony member has released her latest single, the disco-fied “No Good.”

Ally Brooke Hernandez,

The track bubbles along on a funky bass line and four-on-the-floor dance beat as Ally Brooke laments, “Make a promise that I’m leaving/ But my heart only wants what it wants/ In the madness what a feeling/ I’m hung up should be hanging it up.” 

Ally Brooke, a finalist on this season of Dancing With the Stars, gives off a letting it all hang loose vibe on the single, as she not-so-convincingly states, “You’re no good for me/ I don’t need nobody/ Don’t need no one/ That’s no good for me,” even as she sings about how hard it is to stay away. 

The song was written by JHart Danny MajicSermstyleand Madison Loveand it samples the 1987 Kelly Charleshouse classic “You’re No Good For Me.”

Unlike her previous singles, “Low Key,” “Lips Don’t Lie” and “Higher,” the grooving “No Good” doesn’t have a feature. 

Brooke is expected to release her solo debut album in 2020.

Ally Brooke is “Wannabe” Perfection on ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars”

Ally Brooke Hernandez is spicing things up on Dancing with the Stars

The 26-year-old Mexican American singer and former Fifth Harmony member continues to slay on the ABC celebrity ballroom dancing competition, delivering a high-energy samba to the Spice Girls‘ “Wannabe” this week.

Ally Brooke Dancing with the Stars

Complete with a leopard ensemble and curly hair, Ally Brooke and her partner Sasha Farber executed the dance’s classic moves so flawlessly, it was hard to tell who the professional was. 

The performance earned Ally Brooke a perfect score from the judges, and Ally took to Twitter to share how “emotional” she felt about the love.   

Ally Brooke Earns Perfect Score for Her Paso Doble on “Dancing with the Stars”

Ally Brooke Hernandezis celebrating perfection

The 26-year-old Mexican American singer and former Fifth Harmony member, simply known as Ally Brooke, completed a perfect paso doble in her most recent performance on ABC’s Dancing with the Stars.

Ally Brooke "Dancing with the Stars"

For round eight, Ally Brooke and her dancing partner Sasha Farberperformed a routine to her recent single “Higher,” with Matoma. Ally Brooke began the performance at the mic, delivering the vocals for real impact. 

It was all class and substance and the judges loved it, giving the pair a perfect score of 30 out of 30, the first ace of the season. 

Ally Brooke broke down in tears with the result, which sees her and Farber hit the top of the leaderboard.

Len Goodman praised her good technique and high performance. Fellow judge Carrie Ann Inaba didn’t hold anything back when she reflected on Ally Brooke’s transformation into a “superstar.” She added, “Ally, it’s just amazing. My mind is blown and you better work, honey.” 

Ally Brooke Hernandez Releases WW International Campaign Track “The Truth Is In There”

Ally Brooke Hernandez is revealing her Truth

The 25-year-old Mexican American singer and former Fifth Harmony member has debuted her new song titled “The Truth Is In There.” 

Ally Brooke Hernandez,

It’s part of WW International’s (formerly Weight Watchers) new Wellness that Workscampaign.

The pop single features Hernandez’s smooth voice cycling through uplifting lyrics: “It’s undeniable/ But we can see/ That we’re all beautiful/ It’s more than physical/ More than skin deep/ ‘Cause we’re all magical.”

The beat continues to heat up as Hernandez shares her message of positivity: “Look inside, just look inside, it’s all inside/‘Cause the truth is in there.”

The former Fifth Harmony member shared news of the release via Twitter, writing, “It’s out!”

Ally Brooke Hernandez to Release Cover of the Wham! Holiday Classic “Last Christmas”

Ally Brooke Hernandez is ready for a Wham!-tastic holiday…

The 25-year-old Mexican American singer and former Fifth Harmony member, who is set to perform at this year’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, is set to release a cover of the Wham! holiday classic, “Last Christmas.”

Ally Brooke Hernandez 

Ally Brooke took to Twitter to announce the news, adding that she’ll be performing the classic tune at the Macy’s parade.

“It’s been one of the biggest dreams of mine to release a Christmas song and now I finally get to,” she wrote. “One of my favorite Christmas songs of all time.”

The song will be released on November 16.

Ally Brooke Hernandez Debuts New Spanish Track “Vámonos” at Fusion Festival

Ally Brooke Hernandez is embracing her Spanish roots…

The 25-year-old Mexican American singer and former Fifth Harmony member has a new Latin-pop song called “Vámonos,” which she debuted live over the weekend at Fusion Festival in Liverpool, U.K.

Ally Brooke Hernandez

“VAMANOS FUSION FEST!!!” the Fifth Harmony singer — now focusing on her solo career– wrote on Twitter, where she posted a short video from the fest.

The footage doesn’t show the entiresong, but you can hear the lyrics of the chorus: “Vámonos, vámonos, vámonos, pero a la cama, a la cama, a la cama, no.”

Her performance to the upbeat, Spanish-language track was dance-heavy, with several backup dancers included in the choreography.

“First show tomorrow…been working hard,” the singer said on Twitter the day before her set at Fusion Fest.

No word on whether “Vámonos” will be an official single, but Brooke did recently confirm she’s signed a solo recording deal with Latium Entertainment/Atlantic Records. Since Fifth Harmony’s hiatus, she’s contributed vocals to DJ Topic‘s “Perfect” and Lost Kings‘ “Look at Us Now.”

Hernandez shared one clip of “Vamonos,” while fans at the show supplied some more on social media.

Fifth Harmony Announces Plans to Take a Break

Ally Brooke Hernandez and Lauren Jauregui won’t be harmonizing together for much longer…

The Latina singers and their fellow Fifth Harmony members have announced they’re going to be taking a break to focus on their solo careers.

Fifth Harmony

In a message to fans on Twitter, the all-girl group said they were going their separate ways “in order to stay authentic to ourselves and to you”.

“We’re all very excited and grateful to be able to take this time to learn and grow creatively and really find our footing as individuals.”

They promised to bring their new experiences back to the band.

Fifth Harmony hasn’t confirmed how long their break will be but assured fans their remaining shows in 2018 would still be going ahead.

The group, who were put together on the US version of The X Factor, thanked their supporters, adding: “With you love and encouragement we will continue to build on ourselves.”

There’s been speculation the group would go their separate ways ever since Camila Cabello left the band in December 2016.

She has since gone on to have success with her own solo career.

Her single “Havana” reached number one in Australia, Canada, the UK and the US.

Fifth Harmony to Perform at Universal Studios’ Annual Mardi Gras Celebration

Allyson Brooke Hernandez and Lauren Jauregui are going universal

Universal Studios is bringing the spirit of The Big Easy to Florida next month when it kicks off its annual Mardi Gras celebration with a seriously star-studded stack of performers, including the Latina singers and their fellow Fifth Harmony members.

Fifth Harmony

Set to begin on February 3 and taking place on select Saturday and Sunday nights until April 7, the event will include parades, costumes, street performers and tons of colorful beads in a New Orelans-inspired party you won’t want to miss.

And as with any party, you need some great music to go along with it — which is why the Universal Orlando Resort pulled out the big guns, announcing big-name artists like Fifth Harmony, Macklemore and The Beach Boys as performers over Twitter on Tuesday morning (January 9).

Described as “unforgettable springtime fun for everyone,” the festivities are included with your theme park admission, and tickets to the event can be purchased here.

Check out the lineup of 2018 Mardi Gras performers below:

Feb. 3: Sean Paul
Feb. 10: The Beach Boys
Feb. 17: Kelsea Ballerini
Feb. 18: Andy Grammar
Feb. 24: Macklemore
March 3: 311
March 4: Phillip Phillips
March 10: TBA
March 11: Fitz & the Tantrums
March 17: Foreigner
March 18: Fifth Harmony
March 24: TBA
March 25: BUSH