The ladies of Fifth Harmony marked the release of their first single without Camila Cabello by performing it as a foursome on "Good Morning America" on Friday.
The girl group, now consisting of Ally Brooke Hernandez, Dinah Jane, Lauren Jauregui and Normani Kordei released "Down," featuring Gucci Mane, on Thursday ahead of their performance on the ABC morning show.
Cabello left the group this past in December due to musical differences with the direction the group was heading. She's since released her own single as a solo artist.
"We represented all different kinds of women coming together. We didn't write our records," Cabello said in an interview after the split. "We were interpreting somebody else's story. Fifth Harmony is an entity or identity outside all of us, and I don't think anybody felt individually represented by the sound — we didn't make it."
As for Fifth Harmony, the girls are said to be releasing new music though the end of the year, but no word on an upcoming album has yet been confirmed. Cabello also released her first single, "Crying In The Club," just two weeks ago.
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Kordei, who participated in the most recent season of "Dancing With The Stars," remarked in an interview on "DWTS" about the group's future without Cabello.
"We're not the same people we were a year ago. We're not even the same people we were two months ago. You'll hear our growth and maturity reflected in the music we're creating. We've been working really hard. And this is the first time personally that I've vibed out and turned on Fifth Harmony on my own because I love the songs so much. We've literally been vibing out to our own album."