Another Member Departure? Fifth Harmony's Normani Kordei Signs Solo Management Deal


Another Member Departure? Fifth Harmony's Normani Kordei Signs Solo Management Deal


The third winner of 'Dancing with the Star' season 24 signed a new management deal with S10 Entertainment and Media on October 21.
It seems like Fifth Harmony's Normani Kordei will release a new solo project soon. The 21-year-old singer signed a new management deal with S10 Entertainment and Media on October 21. Brandon Silverstein announced the partnership on Twitter and Instagram, posting a picture of the two together in a rooftop.

Normani was seen leaning to Brandon as she smiled straight at the camera, sporting a casual look with a white T-shirt and maroon track pants. She completed her look with a black cap and let her hair down.

Meanwhile, Brandon, dressed in a gray T-shirt and black pants, wrapped his arm around the singer's waist. He also wore a pair of pink shoes and shades. Brandon captioned it, "Couldn't be more excited to welcome @normanikordei to @s10ent. Ready to see you shine. Incredible music on the way. Stay tuned..."



This isn't the first time Normani goes on a solo project. Back in 2015, the Fifth Harmony member joined choreographer Sean Bankhead to release two dance videos entitled "Commas" and "Do Not Disturb". Normani also released three cover-mashups on her YouTube channel in 2017, including a mashup of Drake's "Fake Love" and "Sneakin' ".







Her solo projects didn't end there. The singer also joined Heather Morris, Erika Jayne and more on "Dancing with the Stars" season 24. She ended up getting third place with her partner Valentin Chmerkovskiy. In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Normani revealed that she was shocked at the result.

"You're never really guaranteed. It was quite a shocker for me as well, but I've gained so much experience," she said. "I'm so happy, and I can't even begin to express you know the gratitude that I carry and the blessing especially because I have a lifelong friend now."

Normani then commented on Rashad Jennings's win on the show. "I'm proud. That's, like, my big brother. He's worked his butt off. I think that any one of us would have been deserving so kudos to him!"


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