Fifth Harmony is possibly coming back together! Soloist and Fifth Harmony member Ally Brooke has hinted at the group's reunion in an interview with E! News.
While talking about her new single, Gone to Bed, to the outlet, Ally revealed that the group is “working on something.”
“We may be working on something,” she teased.
She did not give a date on when the reunion can be expected and how it would happen but she confirmed that it will indeed come, “A hundred percent.”
However, the singer clarified on X after the interview that “reunion has many meanings” and that “there’s no official band reunion.”
“Reunion has many meanings and while there's no official band reunion happening at the moment, some beautiful friendships and relationships are slowly reuniting,” she wrote.
I'm thrilled to see there's a lot of interest surrounding Fifth Harmony.— Ally Brooke (@AllyBrooke) October 5, 2023
Reunion has many meanings and while there's no official band reunion happening at the moment, some beautiful friendships and relationships are slowly reuniting in a healing and empowering way.
Fifth Harmony members—Ally, Lauren Jauregui, Normani, and Dinah Jane—have been focusing on their solo careers since their last studio release as a group in 2017. The group also announced their hiatus in 2018 to “pursue solo endeavors.”
The American girl group is best known for their songs That's My Girl, Work From Home, BO$$, and Miss Movin' On. They were formed in 2012 after joining The X Factor as solo contestants.