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Watch James Corden torture Fifth Harmony with nerve-wracking 'Flinch' game on 'Late Late'

On Tuesday's 'Late Late Show,' James Corden attempted to rattle the nerves of the members of Fifth Harmony.

In addition to performing He Like That, Fifth Harmony also participated in a Late Late Show game that most members didn't care for at all. 

The rules of "Flinch" are simple enough, if you find being able to stand perfectly still behind a clear wall while produce is being hurled from a cut-out of James Corden simple. Whoever has the most liquid in their martini glass after their turn is crowned the champion. 

Ally Brook, who admitted she was a jumpy person, went first and was "literally shaking." While she had a big reaction — which Corden let his viewers watch again in slow motion — most of her martini remained in its glass. 

Normani Kordei followed, with her heart rapidly beating. Thanks to a smart, closed-eye strategy, she barely moved after the launch. 

Fifth Harmony announced Sunday that Camila Cabello would be leaving the band, but the remaining four, would be continuing on the tour. Although the news came as a major shock to the Harmonizers. USA TODAY

Dinah Jane went next and remained equally poised.

Lauren Jauregui went last and remained unfazed by Corden's challenge. As a result, she was named the winner of the anxiety-inducing competition.  

More: MTV VMAs: Fans defend Camila Cabello after Fifth Harmony kicks fake member off stage

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