Fifth Harmony celebrated its 10th anniversary.
The girl group – consisting of Normani, Ally Brooke, Dinah Jane, Lauren Jauregui – celebrated a decade since forming on Wednesday (27.07.22).
Although they went on hiatus in 2018, the girls still hold a special place in their hearts for each other.
Lauren, 26, tweeted: ‘It’s Fifth Harmony’s official 10th anniversary and the gratitude I have for each of these women and the experience of being a part of something so special remains with me to this day.
“Today I play @RadioCity in New York with my own music. Such an iconic place and time and I know it wouldn’t be possible without Fifth Harmony and the amazing doors it opened for me and the lessons amazing things he taught me.
Thanking their fans – who call themselves the Harmonizers – she added: “I feel so blessed doing what I love and I’m so ready for whatever is to come. Thank you #Harmonizers for sticking around for us after all these years. You are all magical. Thank you for making our dreams come true together and now individually.
Normani, also 26, said she was “eternally grateful” for 5H.
She simply tweeted, “10 years. Always grateful.”
Ally, 29, shared a video compilation of their hits – including ‘Work From Home’, ‘Worth It’ and ‘Sledgehammer’ – and wrote: ‘To the people I’ve met. History made. To my changing life.
“I am proud of my role and more than grateful. 7/27.
Dinah, 25, said: “Ahhh how time flies aha happy 10 years mijitasss. i still love you x. (sic)”
Former member Camila Cabello, 25 – who left the group in 2016 to pursue a solo career – is the only one not to take the leap.
Fifth Harmony formed and finished third in the second season of the American version of the TV show “The X Factor” in 2012.