DC Super Hero Girls has shared plenty of life lessons in its animated shorts and books, but the most important may be this: With your friends at your side, you can do anything. Having a support system that you can turn to and share your worries, fears and successes makes facing the world easier. DC Super Hero Girls is putting even more emphasis on the importance of friendship by teaming up with pop group Fifth Harmony on the female empowerment anthem, "That's My Girl."
The latest single from Fifth Harmony's newest album, 7/27, "That's My Girl" shines in the first-ever DC Super Hero Girls music video. Wonder Woman, Supergirl, Batgirl, Harley Quinn, Bumblebee, Poison Ivy and Katana all appear and add a heroic element to the tune. The team-up between these two squads, one a real life pop group and the other fictional heroes, is a natural move.
"We all grew up with these strong female Super Heroes and it’s amazing to see how they have come together to show girls that anything is possible," Fifth Harmony said. "Our new single ‘That’s My Girl’ is the perfect anthem for DC Super Hero Girls and we are excited to team up with our new squad on this video to inspire young girls everywhere to feel powerful, strong and super."
But you don't have to take their word for it. Check out the video:
The main takeaway? Girl power!
The unique abilities of the Super Hero High attendees seems especially suited for this upbeat and fast-paced song. The lyrics highlight their super strength and powers but also remind us that everyone has off days. That's been a key part of DC Super Hero Girls. Even the likes of Wonder Woman and Supergirl stumble (sometimes literally), but it's okay, because they get back up. Having a pal lend a helping hand makes bouncing back even easier—for super heroes or everyday people.
"That's My Girl" is available to purchase on all major music services.
Your mission today: Share the DC Super Hero Girls "That's My Girl" video with members of your girl gang.