Lauren Jauregui Delivers “Expectations”

Lauren Jauregui performing at the Mall of America

Lauren Jauregui
Lauren Jauregui performing August 17, 2019, in the Mall of America (Photo: Gino Terrell)

Looking up four levels to see fans surrounding her in the rotunda of the nation’s largest mall was 23-year-old singer and songwriter Lauren Jauregui.

In the land of 10,000 lakes, Adidas Originals celebrated its Home of Classics collection with JD Sports in the nation’s largest shopping center, Mall of America. There, the event featured a fashion show and a musical performance by former Fifth Harmony star Jauregui, on Saturday, August 17th.

Lauren Jauregui live in action August 17, 2019, at the Mall of America’s
rotunda in Bloomington, Minnesota (Videography: Gino Terrell)

Below are some photos of Lauren’s performance (Click on any one to begin slideshow)

This has been a hot summer for Jauregui. At the 2019 Teen Choice Awards Jauregui won Choice Song: Female Artist for “Expectations,” a track she not only performed, but wrote. This was the first time she was honored for her songwriting. She was also a nominee for best female artist at the very same award show. Jauregui plans to release her debut album in 2020.

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Gino Terrell is a 40-time journalism award recipient. Terrell’s most recent award was a second place finish at LA Press Club’s SoCal Journalism Awards in the category of Best Online Personality Profile - TV/Film where he featured LA Hair’s reality TV star and celebrity hairstylist Kim Kimble. In 2018, Terrell was nominated for two professional National Arts & Entertainment Awards via LA Press Club. In 2017, Terrell was notably named the National Association of Black Journalists Student Journalist of the Year. Terrell covered Minnesota’s arts scene under Twin Cities Daily Planet (2014-15). He also freelanced for MinnPost and interned at Pioneer Press, KSTP TV (the Minneapolis ABC News Affiliate), Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal and American Public Media Group. He once founded a national award winning student-magazine called Pipers In-Depth at Hamline University in St. Paul, Minnesota. You can find him on Twitter @Gin026 or Instagram @26_gino and by the hashtag #GTthatsDangerous

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