Fifth Harmony has gone through a turbulent phase when ex-member, Camila Cabello, left the group. It was considered to be a tale of two sides as each party had their own version of the separation. According to the remaining Fifth Harmony girls, the 20-year old Cuban-American singer started to drift off from the group and started prioritizing solo projects and collaborations from other artists.

Meanwhile, Camila Cabello aired her shock and disappointment when the group announced her departure in December 2016 without even approaching her or talking to her about the said issue. To put simply, Camila Cabello's departure from the group was considered to be an open-ended question, but it looks like they have decided to part ways and move on.

Currently, Fifth Harmony is busy with their new album while the defunct Fifth Harmony vocalist also has her hands full with solo projects and collaborations with other artists. Recent reports reveal that Fifth Harmony might be looking for a new member to stand true to their name, and the fans are excited to see who will be joining the group.

Noah Cyrus joining Fifth Harmony?

According to reports, speculations have been circulating that Miley Cyrus' sister, Noah, might be joining the all-girl group. In a recent interview, the girls revealed that they have been experimenting with new sounds and singing styles ever since they became a group of four.

What can their fans expect from their third album? According to Ally Brooke, one of the vocalists, their fans can expect some strong pop melodies, R&B flares and dark urban sounds.

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Their third album is expected to unveil the versatility of their singing prowess.

Meanwhile, talks about Noah Cyrus joining Fifth Harmony began circulating when the 17-year old expressed her desire to take the place of Camila Cabello. In fact, Noah Cyrus openly praised the all-girl group and even had an idea of a possible song title if ever she would collaborate with the group.

Britney Spears lobbying her sister, Jamie Lynn, to join the group

It looks like Fifth Harmony is considered by many to be an elite group of singers because even Britney Spears herself has reportedly lobbied her sister to be the new fifth member. As of writing, the agents of Fifth Harmony have yet to comment on the possible vacant slot for a new member, but it looks like Noah Cyrus and Jamie Lynn Spears are the top contenders. Meanwhile, fans are just as excited to hear the rest of the album.