You might remember than collectively as Fifth Harmony (or 5H), but fans of the girl group, also known as Harmonizers, just know them as Camila, Normani, Lauren, Dinah and Ally.
It’s been six years since the group formed on “The X Factor,” two years since Camila Cabello left Fifth Harmony to go solo and a few months since the remaining group members announced their hiatus in March. So what are they doing now?
Well, it turns out that they’re doing a little bit of everything, from writing books and curating tours to dropping music and slaying all around. We rounded up what all the ladies of 5H are up to since embarking on their solo careers, including an interview with one of the women.
Cabello has had a landmark 2018. After leaving the group at the end of 2016 – and after going back and forth in dueling PR statements with her former group members – she released a few singles and collaborations before dropping her debut eponymous album at the start of this year.
Her Latin-infused single “Havana” from the album became her biggest song to date, earning her commercial success (it hit No. 1 on the Billboard charts), critical acclaim and landing on the radar of former President Barack Obama, being featured as one of the songs on 44’s annual top tracks list.
She’s done a solo tour, opened Taylor Swift’s 2018 “Reputation” tour and performed at awards shows, including the American Music Awards and the Billboard Music Awards. To make things even better, Cabello scored two 2019 Grammy nominations, one for pop solo performance for “Havana” and one for pop vocal album.