June 27, 1996 (27)
Lauren Jauregui is a rising star in the music industry, known for her soulful vocals and powerful lyrics. Best known as a former member of the all-female group Fifth Harmony, Jauregui has since embarked on a successful solo career, releasing hit singles and collaborating with other artists. Alongside her music career, Jauregui has also been a passionate advocate for social justice and animal welfare.
Jauregui rose to fame as a member of Fifth Harmony, which became one of the most successful girl groups of the 2010s. The group’s debut album, “Reflection,” debuted at number five on the Billboard 200 chart, and featured hit singles like “Worth It” and “Bo$$.” Jauregui’s sultry voice and undeniable talent quickly made her a fan favorite, earning her a dedicated following and critical acclaim.
After Fifth Harmony went on hiatus in 2018, Jauregui embarked on a solo career, releasing hit singles like “Expectations” and “More Than That.” She has also collaborated with a variety of other artists, including Halsey, Ty Dolla $ign, and Steve Aoki, further expanding her musical repertoire and reaching new audiences.
In addition to her music career, Jauregui has also been a passionate advocate for social justice and animal welfare. She has used her platform to raise awareness about issues like immigration reform, gender equality, and LGBTQ+ rights, and has been recognized for her activism with awards like the Human Rights Campaign’s Visibility Award and the Stonewall Ambassador Award.
Jauregui’s love for animals is also evident in her personal life, with her own pets often making appearances on her social media. She has been a vocal advocate for animal welfare, speaking out against animal cruelty and promoting responsible pet ownership. In 2020, she teamed up with the animal rights organization PETA to create a public service announcement urging people to adopt pets from animal shelters.