Fifth Harmony are officially disbanded, and it’s a very sad day for the fans but also for the girls. Members Lauren Jauregui, Dinah Jane, Ally Brooke and Normani Kordei, had their very last performance together on Friday at the Hard Rock Live at The Event Center in Hollywood, Florida.
After their last PSA Tour concert, the girl group took to social media to acknowledge the end of an era.
They made sure to thank their many fans for showing them so much support and showering them with love over the years.
‘We couldn’t have asked for a better final show, thank you to everyone who came out tonight! Florida, we love you! You’re forever in OUR hearts,’ Fifth Harmony wrote.
As you may know already, their indefinite hiatus was announced back in March, much to the disappointment of their loyal Harmonizers.
The singers also wrote messages meant for each other on their social media platforms.
Brooke simply tweeted an ‘I love you’ but also shared a black-and-white shot of the four of them.
I love you pic.twitter.com/RWSycn2GMC
— Ally Brooke (@AllyBrooke) May 12, 2018
Normani also posted a group pic, captioning it: ‘FOREVER and ALWAYS I love you more than you will ever know. Thank God for all of it.’
FOREVER & ALWAYS ? I love you more than you’ll ever know. Thank God for all of it pic.twitter.com/Q9qpeeza1A
— Normani (@Normani) May 12, 2018
Jauregui opted to say ‘thank you’ and also included a photo.
Finally, Jane took to Instagram Stories to post a pretty inspirational quote written on a coffee cup: ‘We keep moving forward – opening up new doors and doing new things – Walt Disney.’
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Last month, Normani opened up about how difficult announcing their split was during an interview.
‘[It was] really scary. And heartbreaking for me. The first day we even put out the hiatus announcement, it was the toughest day. So many people saying, ‘Oh my god, what happened? What is it?’ Just having all that attention on something you already know is real and the fact that now everybody knows it is real, it’s like, ‘Wow, this is really happening,’’ she told ET.