Fifth Har­mony be­comes quar­tet af­ter Camila quit

Kuwait Times - - LIFESTYLE -

Camila Ca­bello has left Fifth Har­mony to pur­sue a solo ca­reer but said the girl group shouldn't be sur­prised by her de­par­ture. Ca­bello wrote in a state­ment posted on sev­eral so­cial me­dia sites that she has re­peat­edly talked with the other group mem­bers about her plans to fo­cus on a solo ca­reer. Her post came hours af­ter other Fifth Har­mony group mem­bers re­leased a state­ment on Twit­ter early Mon­day say­ing they were just in­formed of her plans. They said the group will con­tinue as a quar­tet.

"We are four strong, com­mit­ted women who will con­tinue with Fifth Har­mony as well as our solo en­deav­ors," the group wrote in a state­ment. Both sides wished the other well. Ca­bello's state­ment re­flected on pri­vate mo­ments the group shared, and thanked fans for their sup­port. "New chap­ters are scary, but con­form­ing to what's safe and look­ing back with re­gret would be even scarier," she wrote.

Fifth Har­mony was formed on the sec­ond sea­son of the "The X Fac­tor" in 2012 and scored its big­gest hit last year with "Worth It." Ca­bello has been branching out on her own with col­lab­o­ra­tions with Shawn Men­des on "I Know What You Did Last Sum­mer" and a duet with Ma­chine Gun Kelly, "Bad Things," that reached No. 10 on the Bill­board Hot 100. — AP

Camila Ca­bello per­forms at Y100’s iHeartRa­dio Jin­gle Ball 2016 at BB&T Cen­ter in Sun­rise, Florida. — AP

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