Normani Kordei is making a ring at the Dancing With the Stars competition. After she had recently received a top score for her performances, many said that the Fifth Harmony singer's time has finally come.
After garnering a perfect 40 for her performance for "Freedom" by Anthony Hamilton and Elayna Boynton, many are assuming that the Fifth Harmony member will be pursuing her solo career soon. She had also received 39 to "Feeling Alive" by Earl St. Clair with Val Chmerkovskiy and Alan Bernsten. Kordei has been competing on Dancing With the Stars every week with Olympic Gymnast Simone Biles and NFL star Rashaf Jennings.
The 20-year-old singer has always known to be topping the charts with her girl group Fifth Harmony. Though the girls have been now known to be pursuing their own solo music career. Kordei, on the other hand, has been presenting her fans with her covers of Drake and Solange's mashups. In a new interview with Rolling Out Magazine, she claimed that her solo project would be R&B and Soul a bit far different from the group's pop and urban genre.
Unfortunately, after her desire to be a solo star, it was reported that she was recently cyberbullied by racist trolls, as reported by E! News. She revealed her reaction about her experience in footage from her rehearsals with her partner Val Chmerkovskiy.
Kordei also shared that she felt "helpless and desperate" after the brutal backlash, according to Rolling Stone. Haters abused her by posting her pictures photoshopped of her being "whipped, beaten and hung."Besides being slammed by haters, Bonner Bolton seemed to have started a behind-the-scenes romance on Dancing With the Stars after asking Normani out for a date. Though, Normani's answer is not yet heard.