Pop quintet Fifth Harmony no longer has five members, the group announced Monday, after Camila Cabello left the band.
The pop singing girl group was formed almost five years ago on the competition show The X Factor. In a statement released on Twitter, the group said that while they wish Camila “well,” they will continue on as a quartet without her.
“We are four strong, committed women who will continue with Fifth Harmony as well as our solo endeavors,” the group wrote. “Harmonizers we’re in this together.”
Cabello, meanwhile, has been promoting her solo endeavors including the song “Bad Things,” performed with Machine Gun Kelly.
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