Back in December, Fifth Harmony lost one of their members, Camila Cabello. At first, they seemed to be really upset with the whole ordeal, but last night, they proved that they are going to do just fine with only the four of them, if not better.

Fifth Harmony shows up to the PCA's as a foursome

There are many different stories as to what happened when Camila Cabello left the girl group. One story is that she had her representatives inform their management that she would no longer be a part of Fifth Harmony now that their 4-year contract was up. Another story is that Camila was simply kicked out of the group by management and was made to look bad.

Nobody knows the actual truth, but either way, Camila is no longer a part of the group. Therefore, the remaining four members, Lauren Jauregui, Normani Kordei, Dinah Jane Hansen, and Ally Brooke Hernandez, made their first appearance as a quartet.

They started the night on the red carpet. They wore very neutral-colored dresses that complimented all of their skin tones. Fans were excited about how they finally looked like a girl group. When Camila was in the group, management would often have her wearing something different from the other four, causing her to stand out and appear as the lead of the group, even though she wasn't. Nobody has ever been the lead of the group.

Then, for their performance of their hit song "Work From Home," they wore matching black outfits which showed off all the girls' curves and individual features.

They then started the song off with a phenomenal four-part harmony. Needless to say, their performance was amazing, given that they just lost their most-liked member.

PCA for 'Favorite Group' won by Fifth Harmony

That's right! Even though they lost Camila, they still managed to take home the award for "Favorite Group." Many people expected them to flop after she left, but it seems as though all its done is help their careers.

When they accepted their award, Normani and Lauren gave a short speech thanking their fans, who are called "Harmonizers," their families, and their team. They also told their Harmonizers to stayed tuned, and that there is so much more to come.