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The song became a sleeper hit on the US Billboard Hot 100 where it peaked at number 12, marking the group's highest-charting single at the time[2] and the first top 20 single by a girl group in the US since "Jai Ho! (You Are My Destiny)" by The Pussycat Dolls in 2009. It reached number one in Israel and Lebanon and number three on the UK Singles Chart. It was the fourth-bestselling song of 2015 in Israel. It is certified Quadruple Platinum in the US and Gold or higher in eleven additional countries. Directed by Cameron Duddy, the music video has themes of female empowerment with Fifth Harmony dominating men as business executives. It has received over two billion views on YouTube. The group promoted "Worth It" with several televised performances, including the season twenty-one finale of Dancing with the Stars, Jimmy Kimmel Live! and at the 2015 MTV Europe Music Awards.

Kid Ink - One Time (Audio)

Originally intended for recording by rapper Kid Ink, who ended up collaborating on the song, the lyrics and melody were changed to fit a female perspective. Kid Ink noted during an interview with Forbes that while he was "writing on their album", he was able to collaborate with "producers Stargate and Cashmere Cat" and this led to the development of the song.[6] One of Kid Ink's verses from "Wit It" (the original version of the song) appears on this song.[7] Speaking to Complex, Dinah Jane explained that the song was unplanned for the album, saying "there were no females on the song". After the song was presented to them by production team Stargate, they changed part of the lyrics and bits "of the concept" to "fit [their] perspective". Lauren Jauregui also shared similar sentiments, saying that she "didn't think" the track would "make the album".[8] In an interview with Billboard, music director David Armbrecht explained that the song is a "message of self-empowerment, which is made clear in its triumphant 'Give it to me, I'm worth it!' chorus". The song speaks to women of "all demographics", he said, explaining that this can be applied to anyone in a "relationship" or "getting out of one" and it is likely that one can get "tired of the games" and deserve better, using the song to do just that.[9]

On the chart dated February 7, 2015, "Worth It" debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 at number 82.[35] It would exit the chart the following week and re-enter on the third week at number 93.[36] On the Mainstream Top 40 and Rhythmic charts, the song debuted at 39 and 38, respectively.[37] On the main chart, it would exit once again, this time for four weeks, before charting at number 92.[38] For the week dated March 28, 2015, the song rose five spots to a new position at number 87.[39] Following the release of the music video, which premiered at the Kid's Choice Awards, the song rose nine spots to number 78.[40] The promotion from the video and the show's audience gave the song a 20 spot jump at number 58 for the week dated April 11, 2015.[41] For the week dated April 18, 2015, the song rose 17 spots to a peak of 41.[42] The following week, the song rose two spots at a new peak of 39, earning the group their second top 40 hit and their highest-charting single at the time of the publication. It recorded 48,000 digital sales, a five percent slip from the previous week and a four percent increase at 3.6 million streams.[43] On the Mainstream Top 40 chart, the song would peak at number four, earning them their first top 10 hit as well as their first entry in the Rhythmic chart, where the song peaked at number 19[44][45]

For the week dated May 2, 2015, the song rose five more spots to a peak of number 34 and two more spots the following week.[46][47] The song rose 11 spots again to a new peak of 21, for the week dated May 16, 2015 and would be stationary for another week.[48][49] The next week, the song rose two more spots at a new peak of 19, earning the group their first top 20 single, gaining radio airplay by 18 percent at a 31 million audience.[50] This occurred a week after a minor controversy, where the group was scheduled to perform the track on the Billboard Music Awards but instead presented an award, citing time issues with the rehearsal and production of the song. Instead, they opted for a performance of the song at the season twenty finale of Dancing with the Stars.[51][52] For the week dated June 6, 2015, the song rose two spots to number 17.[53] It would fall one spot for the week dated June 13, 2015 and would stay there for one week before rising three spots to number 15.[54] The song would rise one spot and staying at number 14, recording a rise of 7 percent at a 79 million audience for radio airplay and charting at number 10 on the Radio Songs chart for the week dated July 22, 2015.[55] The song would reach its peak of number 12 on the chart dated August 8, 2015, becoming the week's streaming gainer.[56] Since its release, the song has sold over 1,700,000 copies, according to a publication from Billboard, on May 12, 2017.[57] It achieved a triple platinum certification by the Recording Industry Association of America, for combined sales and track-equivalent streams units of three million;[58] additionally, as of 2016, it was one of only twenty-two songs released in 2015 to be certified multi-platinum.[59]

The music video premiered at the 2015 Kids' Choice Awards on March 28, 2015.[72] It was uploaded the same day to the group's official Vevo account and directed by Cameron Duddy.[73][74] The video follows a similar concept from their lead single, "Boss", focusing on themes of self-worth, confidence and female empowerment. The "Worth It" music video earned Fifth Harmony their first Vevo certified award in July 2015[75] and later reached the one-billion-view mark on July 26, 2016. With over 2 billion views, it is now one of the 60 most viewed YouTube videos of all time and the second-most watched YouTube video by a girl group, being overtaken at the number one spot for most watched video with "Work from Home", which was released a nearly a year later.[73]

Critics were positively receptive of the video, some calling the visuals "sexy" and commending the message of female empowerment that is the group executes. In a positive review, MTV called it "surprisingly sexy" and compared the office look of the video to Fifty Shades of Grey.[76] Christina Lee from Idolator praised the video for putting women in position of power. She notes the video's ambiguous message, but knows there is a "clear difference between women dressing for the male gaze and doing so for their own personal satisfaction."[77] The video was abruptly deleted from YouTube on July 18. At the time, a static screen appeared that read, "This video has been removed as a violation of YouTube's policy on repetitive, misleading or inappropriate metadata." It was later re-uploaded with the previous views intact. When reached to comment on the issue, a spokesperson for YouTube later commented saying that videos can be taken down by mistake but a review is taken to take "appropriate action", which include restoring videos that were previously removed. However, there could be another reason why it was taken down, which is because of its sexualized portrayal of Cabello and Jane, who were underage when the video was filmed.[78]

Fifth Harmony performed "Worth It" live for the first time on VH1's Big Morning Buzz Live on February 17, 2015.[79] They performed the song on Live! with Kelly and Michael on April 13,[80] as well as on the Radio Disney Music Awards which aired on April 26, 2015.[81] The song was also performed on the finale of Dancing with the Stars on May 19, 2015.[82] Outside of the United States, the group performed for the first time in the United Kingdom at Good Morning Britain on June 5, 2015[83] as well as Capital FM's Summertime Ball at Wembley Stadium the following day[84] and on CBBC's Friday Download a month later.[85] The group performed the song with Kid Ink for the first time on Jimmy Kimmel Live on June 18, 2015, and this was also their first ever late night appearance.[86]

The group returned to the United States after performing in several programs in the United Kingdom with a morning appearance on The Today Show along with two other songs from their album.[87] At the 2015 Premios Juventud and the season finale of the Latin American singing competition La Banda, the group sang a mix of "Worth It" and "Dame Esta Noche", the Spanish version of the aforementioned single.[88][89] As one of Taylor Swift's many guest appearances on her 1989 World Tour, the group performed the song with Swift herself in Santa Clara, California.[90] Other performances included the BET Players' Awards,[91] a red carpet performance at the 2015 MTV Europe Music Awards[92] and a return to Jimmy Kimmel Live, where the group performed in an outdoor concert series with multiple songs, including "Boss", "Sledgehammer" and "Work from Home".[93] They also performed the song for the second time at The Today Show along with "Boss" and two songs from their sophomore studio album, 7/27.[94]

We also spent time looking at how the parental controls managed Web searches, text messaging, phone calls, location tracking, and the ability to download or delete apps. Two Wirecutter staffers also tested the picks using an iPhone XS, iPad Air 2, Google Pixel 1, and Samsung Galaxy S9. We did not test on an Android tablet because our preferred budget alternative to the iPad is the Amazon Fire HD 8 Kids Edition, which has good built-in parental controls.

As with other parental controls, Screen Time lets parents set a daily limit on the amount of time their child can spend on their iPhone, as well as automatically shut the phone down at bedtime. But unlike third-party iOS apps like Qustodio and unGlue for the iPhone, Screen Time provides parents with a deeper look at how their child is using their device, by showing how much time their child spends on social networking or entertainment apps. Compared with third-party apps, Screen Time also gives parents the most flexibility to manage how much time their child spends on certain kinds of apps; for instance, parents can allow their child to read ebooks for as long as they want, block all games, and limit social networking to an hour a day. 041b061a72

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