So another member of Fifth Harmony is really going solo huh?
It’s over for Camila
In 2016, after rising to fame as a member of the girl group Fifth Harmony, Camila Cabello decided to establish herself as a solo artist, pissing off every single other member of her group, and even a few of her own fans. She released "Bad Things" in 2017, and in 2018, her debut album Camila, supported by its single "Havana."
And (at least for the time being) it's worked, which might explain why there are rumors flying about another one of the girls considering taking her shot at a solo career, too.
After the Grammys, Billboard was at Sony's after party at the Whitney Museum of American Art, and are now reporting Lauren Jauregui, currently a member of Fifth Harmony, will be switching from Epic to Columbia in order to release her first solo album. Her mom even liked an Instagram post about it.
In December of last year it was reported that Jauregui said the girls have had "discussions of solo careers."
And last year, Jauregui made a solo appearance on Halsey's track "Strangers," as well as teaming up with Ty Dolla $ign, Marian Hill and Steve Aoki, all under her own name. I guess things aren't looking great for Fifth Harmony. Or will it be Third Harmony, now?