It's tough belonging to the biggest girl group in the world.
A week after Camila Cabello made an abrupt exit during one of the 7/27 shows because of anxiety, Lauren Jauregui broke down mid-song.
During their performance of "No Way" in Phoenix last Thursday, Jauregui got emotional before her solo verse, kneeling down and crying for a moment and was unable to complete the lyric, which began with: "I told you that I wasn't perfect."
— jas (@adoringcabeIIo) September 9, 2016
Harmonizers Tweeted the hashtag #WeLoveYouLauren, which prompted a response from the 20-year-old: 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."
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
Earlier this summer, Lauren shared what the song meant to her in a post on Instagram: "It’s insane how much we have been through with “No Way”. It actually was recorded about 2 years ago when we were starting to record the first album, Reflection. The second we got this song I remember listening to it over and over and over and over again with Victoria Monét singing the demo on it (who has one of the most beautiful voices ever) and I just connected so intensely with the lyrics. They were so raw and honest about a relationship that was just toxic but from everyone else's perspective and about how they know that they're made for each other and to love each other and to heal each other..but how that love is tricky to keep and have and hold. I just love the way the song takes you on an emotional journey and how you feel the pain of these people's indecision to love or let go. We were able to emote in a way we hadn't ever done before in our music and I think that was why it is my favorite because I felt at the time and every time I hear it now the emotion behind the words; and I hadn't felt that connected to any of the songs in that way before. I love the vulnerability and the reality of the situation."