Fifth Harmony is currently five days away from its highly anticipated new album, 7/27, being delivered to fans, and the girl group celebrated the occasion with a shimmering performance of their smash single, "Work From Home," at the 2016 Billboard Music Awards.

Joined by Ty Dolla $ign—who told Fuse that he wanted to work with Fifth Harmony because his daughter loved them—5H took the stage in matching metallic outfits and leaned in to the song's suggestive lyrics. The group sounded great, and especially giddy; during her half-verse, Dinah Jane emitted a jubilant "WOO!," and Ty Dolla's part was met with all smiles from the quintet.

One week before the 7/27 release on May 27, Fifth Harmony announced a giant tour; the BBMAs performance, then, previews one of the more exciting pop treks of the year. The group recently dropped a video for the new track "Write on Me" as well.

How well do you know Fifth Harmony? Click here to find out! After that, watch "Work From Home" rapper Ty Dolla $ign explain what happened when he got into a Twitter fiasco with Fifth Harmony's Harmonizers.