Camila who? Harmony performed last night at the people's choice awards for the first time without Camila - and it was flawless.
Earlier in the night, the foursome took the stage to sing their hit "Work From Home", and although it was certainly unusual to see them without their fifth member, Camila Cabello, 19, we were totally impressed by the performance. Afterwards the ladies took home the award for favorite group for the second straight year. What a time to be alive.
One Cabello enthusiast said: "I didn't realize till now that Camila carried the whole group and none of them can actually sing".
Welcome to Fifth Harmony reloaded. "We love you so, so much". Some had wondered whether Fifth Harmony would add a fifth member to their group before the performance, but the women did indeed perform as a foursome.
"Thank you guys so much!"
"We know you are hurt and confused, we are too".
"You Harmonizers have been there with us since the beginning, you've supported us, you've rejoiced and cried with us, you've grown with us, and with your love and support, we will continue on".
"We want to thank our families, our team, our team, our team, our team!" Fans were quick to notice the group skipped the lyrics, "I ain't anxious about nothing" - previously sang by their former member. "We stay flexxin'", wrote Dinah Jane, who posted the group pic to her Instagram. And what did you think about that slight shade towards Camila?
If you'll recall, Cabello departed after months of festering tension. Can Cabello succeed as a solo artist?
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