World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) WrestleMania has a tradition of world-famous artists opening the show with a musical performance. The upcoming WrestleMania 32 will be no different as the company has declared the name who will be kicking off the show set to be held at the AT&T Arena in Arlington, Texas. Musical group “Fifth Harmony” will open the 2016 sports-entertainment event by singing “America the Beautiful”.
Fifth Harmony will join the likes of John Legend, Aretha Franklin and Ray Charles who has all previously kicked off WrestleMania, as reported by WWE.com.
“We are so excited to be a part of this year’s WrestleMania! It’s such an honor to be chosen to perform at one of WWE’s biggest events. We can’t wait to see everyone in Arlington.” Fifth Harmony said.
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Fifth Harmony came to everyone’s notice in 2012 on the popular TV show, “The X Factor USA” season 2. The group is set to release their much-anticipated album “7/27” in May. “Work from Home”, the first song from the album has already garnered over 50 million views on YouTube.
Fifth Harmony released their album “Reflection” last year which debuted at No. 5 on Billboard 200. Two of its singles “Sledgehammer” and “BO$$” yielded platinum sales and the song “Worth It” was a quadruple hit.
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WrestleMania 32 is set to be the biggest pay-per-view in the company’s history and WWE is trying to do everything to make it worthwhile for its audiences. Roping in Fifth Harmony is one of the pieces in the long list of a puzzle the company is trying to solve.
Hopefully, the hype to the event will be matched by the performance and the audiences will be left happy after the end of the show.
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