The all-female group who has thrilled us with the songs "Worth It" and "Work From Home," is breaking up. Camila Cabello bade goodbye to her chummy members of the Fifth Harmony. Year 2017 will pave a different destiny for this celebrated band and 'harmonizers' (as their fans call themselves) will definitely be looking forward to something great this year.

The blending of the 5 members has disappeared as Camila Cabello exited the on December 18. On the following day, the remaining four ladies took to social media their announcement and message to the fans. The ladies will still perform as an ensemble but will also open opportunities for solo ventures. The quintet even had a performance at the Jingle Ball in Florida last Sunday, but, it was the last feat of the singers as a group.

It will be remembered that the group started their journey in the hit reality show The X Factor Season 2 when they competed as a group. Initially coming in as solo contestants, the ladies blended and came out as third placers in the said competition. After that stint, they signed their contract as a group with Epic Records in America and Cowell's Syco Records in the UK.

Success came one after the other for the popular group. The group has come out with 2 albums and has accumulated a total of 37 awards. Recently, they performed at the American Music Awards and won the Collaboration of The Year withTy Dolla $ign for the song Work From Home.

Band break-ups are not new in the music industry as many have done so in the past. What's in store for Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei, Dinah Jane, and Lauren Jauregui as the new year comes along? Their quartet performance has yet to be seen and heard and so is Camila Cabello's solo projects.