All good things must come to an end, and eventually, there will be an end for Fifth Harmony.
During an interview with EuropaFM in Madrid, the girls -- Dinah, Camilla, Ally, Lauren and Normani -- fielded questions from fans, and when asked where they see themselves in five years, Dinah dropped this major bombshell.
“We’ve been together for basically three years now and looking back… we’re very, very… happy with where we’re at right now. But from here on out, we wanna hopefully win a couple more awards together… maybe build more music together as well," she said. "But I feel like we’ll probably go our separate ways later on. That's the truth."
The other girls didn't react much to Dinah's confession, which we'd assume means that they are either shocked by her revelation, or they're all in agreement.
This isn't the first time the girls have hinted at a future breakup. Camilla told Latina magazine earlier this year that the girls would be parting ways at some point.
"We’d be lying if we all said this is a picture-perfect thing, like we all completely agreed on the album track list and what the sound and the music video treatment would be like, which usually happens in bands who grew up together," she said. "But for manufactured bands, it’s harder."
But Harmonizers, don't stress just yet. The girls are still working hard on their second album, due next year, and Normani promises that it's not only more vulnerable, but it's "more realistic."
"We've talked about experiences that we've had, like boys and going out and having a good time with your girls, but I feel like it was a bit hype all over the board," Normani said of their last album, Reflection. "There was no vulnerability so I think there is more of a balance this time around. It's more reflective of who we really are and where we are right now."