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Camila Cabello debuted two new songs at the Vancouver stop of her 'Never Be The Same' North American tour with Bazzi. 'Sangria Wine' and 'Scar Tissue' were not included in the 21-year-old's debut solo album.
Lauren Jauregui sat down for her first interview since the announcement of Fifth Harmony's hiatus. The 21-year-old singer will be embarking on her solo career for now.
A source said that Camila Cabello, who left the group in 2016, has nothing to do with Fifth Harmony's hiatus. The remaining members of the pop group are parting on good terms and remain supportive of one another.
Camila Cabello recently defended Taylor Swift from critics. The 'I Don't Wanna Live Forever' singer was accused of encouraging Cabello to leave Fifth Harmony two years ago.
Camila Cabello was delighted to hear Niall Horan's version of 'Crying In the Club.' The former One Direction member sang the song during his show in Ireland.
Camila Cabello released the music video for her track 'Never Be The Same' on Thursday in time for the global celebration of the International Women's Day. The video was directed by Grant Singer.
The song "Love Lies" has been in the works since last year as part of the original soundtrack of the movie 'Love, Simon.' Normani Kordei collaborated with her close friend Khalid for the track.
Is another Fifth Harmony member on her way out? Lauren Jauregui may be moving from Epic to Columbia Records to kick start a solo career beyond Fifth Harmony.
In the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards performance of Fifth Harmony, five members of the group went onstage before one of them was pulled off stage. Camila Cabello was not present during the event.
The American pop girl group Fifth Harmony has released their second single titled "Angel" and it has a unique sound coming from the now-quartet singers. Their third self-titled album will be released on August 25.
"When we're here together, don't this just feel better?"
They performed together for the last time last night in Miami.
The year's hits all in one spot.
The AMAs are about three weeks away and they are loading up on performers.
The 12-date holiday Jingle Ball tour has announced its roster of artists who will perform at arenas across the United States. Among those on the bill are Justin Bieber, Diplo, Ariana Grande, Britney Spears, Bruno Mars and Meghan Trainor. The lineup ...