What Does Destiny’s Child Have To Do With The Separation Of Fifth Harmony Impelreport
It has been almost a month since Fifth Harmony announced its indefinite hiatus, the foreseeable conclusion of a group of four girls who now focus on their solo careers. Normani is the first to admit that Fifth Harmony’s breakup is “bittersweet,” and she says she experienced what her fans now feel when Destiny’s Child split in 2005. “Obviously, they are sad,” Norman told E! News in the Daily Front Row’s 4th Annual Fashion Los Angeles Awards. “I was really sad when Destiny’s Child broke up.”
The former star of Dancing With The Stars added, “Being the biggest female music group of the decade, the fact that I can say that is unreal … I achieved that and I was part of it with other beautiful girls that I love so much.” Norman said that the separation of Fifth Harmony “is not something to be said about,” adding, “There is much more that will come from us individually, who knows what will happen in the future, it’s all about evolution.”
For now, it’s all about looking ahead while remembering the past. From the perspective of the 21-year-old singer, “We’ve been together for six years, and for me, it’s been the best trip of my life, and I know I can speak for the rest of the girls as well. So many stories from our fans and I’ve learned who I am through these girls too. ” She told E! News , “It’s been a priceless experience, but I’m really excited to discover who Normani is in the future, we all deserve that, we work really hard for this moment.”
After Camila Cabello resigned from Fifth Harmony in 2016, the rest of the four members – Ally Brooke , Dinah Jane, Lauren Jauregui and Normani – began to explore different opportunities while releasing their third album as a group.
Love Lies , Normani’s collaboration with Khalid is rapidly rising on the billboards, Lauren has released songs with Steve Aoki and Ty Dollar Sing , Dinah worked with French Montana on Boom Boom and Ally recently signed a solo contract.