SUNRISE, FL - DECEMBER 18: (L-R) Normani Hamilton, Dinah Jane Hansen, Lauren Jauregui, Camila Cabello, and Ally Brooke of Fifth Harmony attend the Y100's Jingle Ball 2016 - PRESS ROOM at BB&T Center on December 18, 2016 in Sunrise, Florida. Cabello has since left the group. (Photo by Gustavo Caballero/Getty Images for iHeart)

Camila Cabello leaves Fifth Harmony

Mere days after performing with Fifth Harmony at the Power 96.1 Jingle Ball at Philips Arena, Camila Cabello has departed the group.

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At the stroke of midnight, the remaining members of the "Work From Home" group posted a message on social media that they were informed via Cabello’s representatives that she has decided to leave Fifth Harmony.

Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei, Dinah Jane and Lauren Jauregui vowed to "continue with Fifth Harmony as well as our solo endeavors."

In addition to her work with the group, which was formed on "The X-Factor" in 2012, Cabello is currently on the charts with her Machine Gun Kelly collaboration, "Bad Things," which the pair also performed at Jingle Ball.

E! News reported that Cabello said in an Instagram post she was surprised at the statement made by her former group members.

"I was shocked to read the statement the Fifth Harmony account posted without my knowing. The girls were aware of my feelings through the long, much needed conversations about the future that we had during tour," Cabello wrote in a statement. "Saying that they were just informed through my representatives that I was ' leaving the group' is simply not true. Just like the other girls said in their statement about their plans, I had also planned to continue with my own solo endeavors in the New Year, but I did not intend to end things with Fifth Harmony this way."

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