It appears Fifth Harmony is one step closer to disbanding.

It appears Fifth Harmony is one step closer to disbanding.

A reporter from Billboard overheard at a Grammys party that Lauren Jauregui was leaving Epic and signing to Columbia Records with plans to release a solo album.

It’s clear that was news to Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei and Dinah Jane. One day later, all three scrubbed any mention of Fifth Harmony off of their social media handles.

Lauren’s Twitter profile is the only account that mentions the group now.

This was inevitable. After Camila Cabello’s departure, it appeared 5H was hanging on by a string. Camila’s solo career took off – she managed to secure a No. 1 album and song in the US simultaneously and was the most-talked about celebrity at the Grammys on Sunday. It appears her ex-band mates want in.

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6 Responses

  1. They are probably the most resentful famous young women I know so far…..
    Not even the Spice Girls, the biggest female group EVER (shut up DC!!), lasted that long. Learn your lesson.

  2. It would be a shame. Their most recent album is by far their best work yet, and Camila’s vocals out of the mix make for a much more unified, pleasant sound. I refuse to believe this!

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