Lauren Jauregui wants her fans to know that she's okay.
The Fifth Harmony singer broke down several times during the group's Phoenix, Arizona, concert on Thursday.
The band was in the middle of performing "No Way" when Jauregui first broke down during her solo portion of the song. Fans cheered for the singer, but it was bandmate Normani Kordei who reached out to comfort Jauregui, who stood back up moments later to finish the song.
Lauren started crying during No Way, my heart just shattered into a million pieces I'm- pic.twitter.com/LWjfjqA9sQ— ㅤ (@dimplesregui) September 9, 2016
According to fans at the concert, Jauregui also started crying while performing "Scared of Happy."
Fans immediately tweeted messages of support to the 20-year-old singer, who took to Twitter the next day to assure Harmonizers that she was okay.
"Thankyou Texas for your amazing shows and thank you so much PHOENIX your energy was insane last night," she tweeted on Friday.
Thankyou Texas for your amazing shows and thank you so much PHOENIX your energy was insane last night— Lauren Jauregui (@LaurenJauregui) September 9, 2016
"And thank you guys so much for the love and concern(:," she added. "I'm feeling a lot better today! Lyrics just made me extra emotional yesterday ily."
And thank you guys so much for the love and concern(: I'm feeling a lot better today! Lyrics just made me extra emotional yesterday❤️ ily— Lauren Jauregui (@LaurenJauregui) September 9, 2016
Jauregui's breakdown comes just a few days after bandmate Camilla Cabello left the group's St. Louis, Missouri, show mid-concert.
While a member of Fifth Harmony told the crowd Cabello left due to a wardrobe malfunction, the singer later took to Snapchat to attribute her absence to anxiety.
"Hi Missouri, sorry I couldn't finish the set last night," she wrote. "Was having too much anxiety and couldn't finish it."
It was happier times for the group in May, when they first announced their 7/27 tour.
"Regardless of everything that's been going on, that's always been the focus, Fifth Harmony," Dinah Jane told ET. "Fifth Harmony is definitely our first love… it's always been the foundation of everything."
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