Fifth Harmony’s Dinah Jane to sing the Tongan National Anthem at Rugby League World Cup Semi’s

By SUGA Magazine / Published on Tuesday, 21 Nov 2017 05:48 AM / No Comments / 4113 views

Fifth Harmony Pop Star Dinah Jane has been given the honour of singing the Tongan National Anthem at their Rugby League World Cup semi-final clash against England in Auckland this weekend.

The singer made the announcement on her Instagram yesterday.

The talented SUGA,  20, of Tongan, Samoan, Fijian and Danish descent said, “I’m so excited to announce that I’ll be in attendance at the Rugby Semi-Finals in New Zealand this weekend.. I’m deeply honored that I️ was asked to sing the Tongan National Anthem for this historic event.”

Dinah Jane – member of World’s biggest Girl Group now Fifth Harmony

Mixed reactions were received by the local and overseas Polynesian community but overall there is excitement in the air.

 

The singing of the anthem by Dinah Jane will be the first of any global popstar at an event where a Pacific Rugby League team will feature.

Her profile as a member of the biggest girl group in the world at this time makes her appearance relevant in 2017 with a huge fanbase of young fans and her proud connection to her Tongan community.

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