Fifth Harmony's NHL All-Star Game Performance Canceled, Paramedics Called

There's something mysterious going on with one of their members...

By Sharon Lynn Pruitt

Fifth Harmony was scheduled to perform at an NHL All-Star game on Saturday, but their gig fell through at the last minute.

According to TMZ, the group had already arrived at the Staples Center and were preparing to perform the National Anthem when one of the members — Dinah — fell ill. According to their sources, someone present in the dressing room had to call the paramedics, who came and put Dinah on a stretcher. Ultimately, after being evaluated by the EMTs, they decided not to transport her to a hospital, but the group did not perform.

Courtney Daniels, a member of the Los Angeles Kings Ice Crew (the people who skate around during timeouts to remove buildup from the rink), filled in for the group with only a few minutes notice.

"It was such a shock to have to sing in 13 minutes. No time to warm up or anything. Just thrown out there. Just get out there and go," she told Yahoo! News.

Though Fifth Harmony did tweet about the event prior to having to back out, they've yet to make any comments on social media following the incident.

[Photo: Getty Images]

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