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Fifth Harmony reunion rumors debunked: No plans for revival

Fans hail 'Fifth Harmony Renaissance' amid music resurgence, but reunion remains unplanned

By Web Desk
March 02, 2024
Multiple sources confirm no plans for Fifth Harmonys reunion.
Multiple sources confirm no plans for Fifth Harmony's reunion.

Speculation surrounding a potential reunion of Fifth Harmony has been quashed by multiple sources, as confirmed to Rolling Stone. 

Despite recent excitement fueled by a report suggesting the group might be gearing up for new music, representatives have clarified that a reunion is not currently on the horizon.

The rumors initially sparked when members of the group, including Ally Brooke, Dinah Jane, Lauren Jauregui, and Camila Cabello, publicly expressed support for Normani's upcoming album. 

A report from Page Six hinted at discussions among the group about working together again.

According to data provided to Rolling Stone, Spotify streams of their track All in My Head (Flex) featuring Fetty Wap in the U.S. saw a significant 590% increase.

Following Normani's announcement of her upcoming album, fans of the former girl group Fifth Harmony were sent into a frenzy as each member of the group publicly expressed their support on social media. 

Cabello and Ally Brooke left emojis on Normani's announcement post, while Dinah Jane welcomed the news with a comment, "There she is," and Lauren Jauregui enthusiastically added, "Let's gooooo."

This display of camaraderie among the former bandmates ignited a surge of excitement among fans, leading to the emergence of what fans are calling the "Fifth Harmony renaissance." 

The resurgence of interest in the group's music began after a viral TikTok video by user Noah Miller highlighted the impact of All in My Head. 

The attention garnered by the video prompted a response from the group members themselves.

Ally Brooke took to TikTok to acknowledge the newfound attention, sharing a compilation of fans dancing to All in My Head with the caption, "Fifth Harmony Renaissance??! I'm now caught up. 

We were iconic and still are. Love you guys." Jauregui chimed in, affirming the song's enduring popularity, stating, "When the world finally realizes this was a hit we knew." 

Last October regarding a potential reunion, Brooke took to social media to clarify the rumors. 

The speculation arose after a clip circulated online, featuring her hinting at a reunion being "closer than we think" and collaborative efforts underway. 

However, Brooke addressed the rumors, emphasizing that while there's significant interest in the group's reunion, there are currently no official plans in place.