Fifth Harmony's Normani Kordei has Valentine's Day surprise for her fans. "Love Lies," a song she collaborated with Khalid, is coming.

In a tweet, the singer revealed that the upcoming single from the soundtrack of the movie Love, Simon will be released on Wednesday, Feb. 14. She posted a photo of herself with the young singer-songwriter with a caption that simply said "2/14."

Rumors about the collaboration have been around since last year, but they finally confirmed that they are working together in August.

"Khalid is such an important artist and a great friend," Kordei told Billboard. "He has something unique and special that only he can offer creatively. Excited to see what lies ahead when we connect in the studio."

Khalid met The X Factor alum last year while they were filming the music video for "Young Dumb & Broke." Since then, they have been friends and have publicly exchanged praises on more than one occasion.

"Me and Normani are like this," the five-time Grammy-nominee said, crossing his fingers. "Every time we're around each other we always have so much fun. She's such a cool girl, she's so nice, and she's such a sweetheart. I'm just thankful that she's in the video because I'm pretty sure it's not the first thing that we're going to be in together."

Taking Flight, Alone

"Love Lies" will likely not be Kordani's only single outside of her girl group, Fifth Harmony. The young singer recently inked a deal with Stellar Songs, a publishing company, as a songwriter. This move sparked rumors that the group is about to break up.

Fifth Harmony has already lost Camila Cabello who, in her desire to write her own songs and pursue her own ideas, had to leave the group in 2016. She recently released her solo debut album.

The group might not survive losing another member but, luckily, the girls are still happy performing with each other. In an interview in December, Lauren Jauregui assured fans that no one is leaving. While the girls are branching out and exploring their own styles, Fifth Harmony is still their priority.

"I mean, all of us are exploring [our own projects] right now. We're at such an amazing place harmoniously with each other with communication and support for one another," Jauregui explained. "It's really cool, because we're branching out to creatively discover ourselves, because we never really got an opportunity to do that since we started this when we were...I was like 16 when I started. It's cool to be able to give each other that space to really explore ourselves individually and grow."