Watch Fifth Harmony's Slick 'Work From Home' Performance on 'Kimmel'

Vocalists also sings a group text live during sketch on late-night show

Fifth Harmony performed their new single "Work From Home" live on 'Kimmel.' The group also sang an actual group text during a sketch

Fifth Harmony stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! to bring their cheeky, sexy "Work From Home" video to life. The single will appear on the group's upcoming sophomore album 7/27, out on May 20th.

The quintet began their performance in a parking lot, wearing the same outfits they sport in the single's official clip. They're surrounding a bulldozer as the camera circles them before Camila Cabello launches the first verse. The girls make their way to the stage where they deliver energetic choreography, even during Ty Dolla $ign's verse, though he wasn't present for the show.

Also during the episode, Fifth Harmony appeared in a sketch where they sang different parts of a group text where the participants are attempting to make plans. "Being in a group text is the closest thing to being held hostage without being held in an actual hostage situation," Kimmel explained. As an actual group text was displayed on the screen behind them, the singers dramatically performed the text to a bass-heavy beat.