Now that Camila Cabello’s solo career has gone exceptionally well just one year after she left Fifth Harmony, the other members are surely looking into the future and considering their options. A report that came out earlier this week claims that at least one other member has already taken steps to make solo superstardom a reality, but is it true?
Billboard published a list of items overheard at various GRAMMY parties throughout NYC on Sunday evening, and in between executives being thrilled that Alessia Cara collected Best New Artist and lamenting Kendrick Lamar’s big four shutout, there was a claim that Lauren Jauregui from Fifth Harmony has signed a solo deal with Columbia Records, making the switch from Epic Records, which is where the band is currently signed.
As if the idea of another Fifth Harmony singer splitting from the quartet wasn’t exciting and angst-inducing enough, Billboard has since deleted the item from the story entirely, though the internet remembers it being included. Screenshots of the story have been circulating on Twitter for well over a day, and a quick Google search shows that the star’s name was at first included in the piece.