Fifth Harmony are taking an indefinite hiatus in order to pursue solo endeavours. The girl group rose to fame in 2012 after finishing third on the second season of U.S. singing competition The X Factor, later releasing hit tunes such as 'Worth It' and 'Work from Home'.
The all girl band introduced itself on The X Factor U. S. in 2012, and couple of years later, they became a hit with their first studio album Reflection. Year later, in 2016, Fifth Harmony released new studio LP called 7/27.
With hit singles such as Boss, Sledgehammer, Worth It, That's My Girl, All in My Head and Work from Home, girls soon became world-wide phenomena, and their faces and voices are recognized all over the world.
Fifth Harmony was formed from five young singers - Ally Brooke, Normani, Dinah Jane, Lauren Jauregui and Camila Cabello.
Cabello was first to leave the bend, pursuing her solo career. Her debut studio album Camila (2018) became an instant hit, with supersingles such as Havana and Crying in the Club.
Other girls are now chasing their own dreams of solo careers, releasing singles and working hard in studios, preparing their upcoming debut albums.
Find out more about their solo work, and click on the video above!