'DWTS' cast member Ally Brooke talks life after Fifth Harmony, advice from her dad

Ally Brooke, a former member of successful pop group Fifth Harmony, talks about competing on 'Dancing with the Stars' and her solo career.
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Transcript for 'DWTS' cast member Ally Brooke talks life after Fifth Harmony, advice from her dad
And in. In faintly as ours and he and partners. This is a photo. At the finale because. I had time in my life on Dancing With The Stars it has helped management means indifferent. Hurst an artist. Dance. Looking back at every answer and that can guide. I went that far and I have done all the dances that I've done like violent act that idiot it's too early surprise that. Me and in the giant time doing that Charles de. Means Waltz. Now learning and thinking in d'antoni style that is completely clients my body. That was so challenging. But it's incredible that I got through it and I. I really. An allowance from a rocky start that's okay with that leave me want. Night night in the mind. You know surgeries and he. Worked you're. Should be self. And soul. Oh it. I. I love this silence it to me. And my dad is a girl. And a tie now I was actually. Kind of the opposite violence or what I am like now so I was really shy when I was younger when I was asked to seeing in France. People I would cry or I would turn my back to the audience because I was so. Severely shy. I kind of had and security is denying I was always like. And the man at NASA and my that was added mind you. In yourself and I carry that would mean to this day dads. It. And being. That way at army. Lieutenant Napoli is home runs just need. Take a look at me and very particular. That was at. Seven years. This now. Liz beyond. I mean feat. That way giving any kind of sort of my career in mind. Success. Some planes. And thousands each time he won't X-Factor in the bad experience for me gosh so many like insecurities. And didn't know where my place what is and just so much happens I would tell that girl. Let's say in your mask on day. Whole lot say things will get better it's January about it fame I've been here now. But wait till later. My dad's best bar and it. That line is moments from anywhere at any one car I don't know that was board there. Fifth Avenue the N me to believe it was four. Our song down and that time. Being. Group. Taught me a lot about myself. About. I mean injured and sells. About not letting negativity get me not let it. So much about. Seeing the world then and you know it feels like to me. If successful. Like that's not me me me three and broke records and that is something so and animal. That I'm display laugh. A part of that might. That's an easing Apple's till Jan infant carrier can okay. This and a photo mean for. Investing now in Los Angeles solo. Allen and who are. It's and Symbian my. Day in. I felt like this is the beginning of mean. Coming into my own. Form in my mind and any breaking down. And so many meanings in things happen this year it's been real. And passed out. New single called no he has such an empowering message about. Not settling for anything and her for me. And knowing myself and in I'm not gonna take any thing that's good for me.

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