Girl band Fifth Harmony set to split

Fifh Harmony performing
The band are set to perform in NZ in November. Photo credit: Getty

Girl band Fifth Harmony is reportedly set to split up after the release of their next album.

Nine months after Camila Cabello quit the group to launch a solo career, the four remaining members are also prepared to go their own separate ways, The Sun reports.

It is not known when their next album, their fourth, will be released. Their third album, Fifth Harmony, was released earlier this month.

The band is headlining KFC Edgefest, which is heading to Auckland, Christchurch and Wellington this November.

They are also due to perform at the MTV VMAs in Los Angeles, which airs at 1pm on Monday in New Zealand, and are nominated for three awards.

The Sun reported that Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei, Dinah Jane, and Lauren Jauregui have each been offered solo deals by their label Epic.

A label source told the newspaper that "Epic believes that each member has the potential to be a superstar in their own right".

"They are convinced they have a winning formula if they can release their solo projects, and still look after them when they occasionally make music together.

"Epic has a first look arrangement with them which means they get first dibs on their solo projects before other labels, and expect the girls to break up temporarily after their next album.

After forming on The X Factor USA in 2012, Fifth Harmony has gone on to top NZ charts with their hit 'Work from Home', which has been streamed more than 685 million times on Spotify.


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