Fifth Harmony singer Lauren Jauregui broke down crying several times during the group's concert in Phoenix, Arizona on Thursday (September 8), but she wants Harmonizers to know that thanks to their "love and concern," she's feeling much better now.

During a performance of their sweeping 7/27 R&B ballad "No Way," Jauregui became overcome with emotion and started crying while singing the chorus.

Kneeling down, the pop star covered her face and head with her arms as she tried to compose herself, bandmate Normani Kordei comforting her and ushering her to stand and finish as the crowd cheered her on.

According to Entertainment Tonight, the singer also became teary while performing their song "Scared of Happy," and afterwards, Harmonizers shared their support of Jauregui across Twitter. On Friday, September 9, she responded to that outpouring of support with a message of her own.

After thanking Phoenix concertgoers for their "insane energy" at the show, she tweeted, "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. [I love you.]"

Sadly, Jauregui's emotional onstage breakdown came just days after another bandmate's. On September 2, while performing in St. Louis, Missouri, Camila Cabello fled the stage mid-concert, and did not return to finish the show.

The following day, Cabello addressed her departure on Snapchat, where she revealed to fans that she was unable to finish performing after suffering an anxiety attack.

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