'Dancing with the Stars' Features Fifth Harmony on Most Memorable Year Week with 'Impossible' Performance

Fifth Harmony members will perform and support groupmate Normani Kordei on Monday's episode of Dancing with the Stars

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Normani Kordei has been eager to have the support of her Fifth Harmony groupmates in the audience during her current stint on Dancing with the Stars, but it appears her friends are going one step further.

Lauren Jauregui, Ally Brooke and Dinah Jane have been announced as attending Monday’s episode.

“We’ve been touring on the other side of the world, so they can’t be here in person yet but they text me and have been so supportive as I fly back and forth,” Kordei has told PEOPLE.

The singer — who is paired with Val Chmerkovskiy — is performing a rumba to the song “Impossible,” which is the first song Fifth Harmony performed after they were formed on season 2 of The X Factor.

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On Monday night’s performance, Kordei said for the “Most Memorable Year” episode that her most memorable year was 2012, when she was placed into Fifth Harmony.

“My dream when I was a kid was to be Beyoncé,” she admitted on Monday’s show.

After performing her dance and waiting for her scores, Kordei thanked her fellow Fifth Harmony members for showing their support on the show and shared an embrace with the group.

“Such a special moment. You know, I wouldn’t be in the position that I’m in without these beautiful girls and I recognize that,” said Kordei, who earned a 32/40 for her performance. “They make up all of my weaknesses and I thank them for that.”

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The group — which previously included Camila Cabello, before she left in December to pursue a solo career — recently completed their 7/27 tour with a concert in Singapore. Kordei spent the first three weeks of the competition flying to and from Asia in between the live DWTS tapings.

Dancing with the Stars airs Mondays at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

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