Fifth Harmony remaining members Normani Kordei, Lauren Jauregui, Ally Brooke, and Dinah Jane will soon embark on solo careers after Epic offered them solo deals. It seems that the group will break up after their next album is released and the company believes in their capability to shine as solo artists.

This was announced by Dan Wootton in his Bizarre Column according to The Sun. The author further revealed that each of the four members were like divas which led him to believe that discord is existent in the band.

The Fifth Harmony is done with Camila Cabello

Fifth harmony has shown how tired they are of the nagging questions about Camila Cabello’s departure. They made a strong statement once and for all during their 2017 MTV Video Music Awards. Their performance was epic, where a silhouette was thrown off the stage while the remaining four continued performing. They set a clear message that they are done with their former band mate.

The girl group won the Best Pop Video for their song “Down.” According to the Huffington Post, Charlemagne asked the group on the red carpet if they need to give a statue to Camila Cabello. Normani Kordei answered on behalf of the group. She said that they will give the statue to their choreographer.

Fifth Harmony recorded the song after Cabello’s exit.

Camila Cabello who was the band’s biggest talent left the group in December 2016 which left a gap between the group and the “Havana” singer. Their 2017 MTV Video Music Awards number showed how the group has moved on from the split. According to Jauregui, the group is happy, has moved forward and is in a good place now and she hopes the Latina singer is also doing well.

The girl band won the Best Pop Video Award for 2017 MTV VMA

The four-girl band was emotional when they won the Best Pop Video award. This is the first ever award they got after Cabello’s exit according to ET. Lauren Jauregui said that they cannot believe they won another VMA. She thanked her fellow band members and their fans which they call the harmonizers.

Meanwhile, Camila Cabello’s song “Havana” is making waves and is perfect for a zumba session because of its danceability and perfect rhythm. Her decision to go solo was a good decision as her music has tremendously improved. Fifth Harmony label Epic which is set to give them solo careers might reconsider the group now that they have been recognized by the prestigious Video Music Awards.