Fifth Harmony Responds To Their VMAs Performance And It Was Definitely Not About Camila Cabello
“We get asked all the time if we’re getting a fifth member…”
Fifth Harmony left Harmonizers and Camilizers absolutely shook when the performed at this year’s VMAs. At the opening of the performance, there were five ladies standing on the stage and as soon as the music started, one of the members flew off of the stage, leaving the four members to perform. There was a lot of speculation that Fifth Harmony was shading Camila Cabello, who left the band late last year. Despite what everyone has been saying, the group appeared on “Good Morning America” and said the moment had nothing to do with Cabello. Instead, the four women were sending a message to the media that there is not going to be a fifth member added to the group to replace Cabello.
“We wanted to show the world, in an artistic way, that the four of us are Fifth Harmony,” Ally Brooke told “Good Morning America” host Lara Spencer. “We’re stronger and better than we’ve ever been.”
Now that that controversy has been put to rest, maybe Harmonizer and Camilizers can come together and bury the hatchet.
Share this story with all of your friends by tapping that little share button below!
Notice any needed corrections? Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org