Fifth Harmony Help Rebuild a Ravaged Community in ‘That’s My Girl’ Video

By Annie Reuter

Fifth Harmony come out on top after major destruction in a post-apocalyptic world in their new music video for “That’s My Girl.” Directed by Hannah Lux Davis, the nearly four-minute clip views as a mini film as the girls rise from the rubble and empower the community.

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At the start of “That’s My Girl,” war and destruction is found everywhere as planes hover above a city that has been destroyed. As dust and smoke engulf the area, Fifth Harmony rise in leather for a quick dance number before they go on to rescue the injured.

Later, the young women take their music to the masses dressed in white and as they sing the female empowerment anthem they help pull out victims from the rubble in between a choreographed dance routine. Watch it all unfold below.

Davis was the mastermind for “That’s My Girl” and is also the director behind Ariana Grande’s new “Side to Side” video as well as her previous video for “Into You.”

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