UPDATE // DECEMBER 12:
Fifth Harmony confirmed last month they have plans to release a third studio album, but with nearly every member pursuing solo gigs as of late, you just never know.
During their performance at B96's Jingle Ball festival in Chicago this past weekend, the ladies revealed they are still focused on it.
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“2017, it’s going to be popping," 5H member Normani Hamilton told Billboard. “We’re working on Jingle Ball right now, but the third album is definitely going to be so lit," Dinah Jane Hansen added. "We’re really excited”
EARLIER // NOVEMBER 2:
Fifth Harmony aren't going anywhere.
All year long, Harmonizers feared their favs would disband after Camila Cabello began her quest towards solo superstardom by releasing collaborations with Shawn Mendes and Machine Gun Kelly. She also expressed an interest in flying solo eventually, but not before the girls release their third studio album.
In a new interview with Digital Spy, Ally Brooke confirms a new record is in the works.
"I think the next album will probably be totally different," Brooke said. "We're still trying to figure that out right now, but we're always going to make it next level."
That's great news, but there's still work to be done on 7/27. What would they choose as the "That's My Girl" followup?
"I would say 'No Way' because it's definitely a step away from who Fifth Harmony has been presented as before," Normani Kordei said.
"It would be really cool to step out of ourselves, because it's a more vulnerable side that you guys have not necessarily got an opportunity to see before. We've all massively connected with the song."
She adds: "It would be really cool to just be stripped down and raw and vulnerable. Like, no make-up, just us in our natural state. I think that would be very beautiful, because we're normally super woman empowerment - which we do love because it's important to us - but it's always super glam. We'd love to approach it differently."