The girl group Fifth Harmony was formed on Season 2 of the singing competition show, The X-Factor, on July 27, 2012. And this year marked the tenth anniversary of the girl band. However, a day after Fifth Anniversary, Camila Cabello shared a sweet throwback photo of the group and recalled her time as a member of Fifth Harmony.
Cabello took to her social media and paid tribute to her former bandmates wishing them “love and happiness.” The singer first shared a throwback, black and white photo on her Instagram Story and wrote, “Look at these innocent Lil babies. We all have armpit hair now! We had some good laughs/inside jokes and a f***n wild ride. Much love and happiness to these ladies.” “And thanks to everybody who supported and went so hard for us along the way,” Cabello added.
A few minutes later, she shared a throwback photo of the group from their time on The X Factor, where Fifth Harmony members, Cabello, Lauren Jauregui, Normani, Dinah Jane and Ally Brooke, all of whom are now solo musicians got their start as a group. Alongside the throwback photo, the singer penned, “10 years since this f***in wild ride. crazy to think when this picture was taken we barely knew each other and the journey we were about to go on would change our lives forever.”
The Bam Bam singer added, “I wanna remember the laughs and inside jokes and the pinch me I’m dreaming moments. pls let’s all forget the times when I would do my own eyeliner thx. much love and happiness to these ladies @fifthharmony and thx to the fans who had fun with us along the way x” Fifth Harmony member, Normani, also marked the occasion on Wednesday and shared two photos on her Instagram Story.
Alongside the photo, she wrote, “10 years” with a head-exploding emoji over the cover of 7/27. She then shared a photo of all five girls writing, “forever grateful.” Other members also took to their social media to celebrate Fifth Harmony’s tenth anniversary. For the unversed, Fifth Harmony went on to release two albums, Reflection and 7/27, and score multi-platinum singles including “Worth It” and “Work From Home.” Cabello then unexpectedly left the group in 2016 to launch a solo career.