Going Solo: Ranking the Careers of Pop Stars Who Broke Up the Band
When Camila Cabello shocked Fifth Harmony fans—not to mention the four other women in the group with her—by announcing her imminent departure from the girl group that gave her her start, the future was far from certain for anyone involved.
Would the group, formed during the second season of Fox's short-lived U.S.
adaptation of The X Factor, survive as a quartet? Should it? And what would become of Cabello? Would fans care about her on her own? The answer to those questions? In short: no, probably not—though their lone LP sans Cabello, 2017's self-titled album, gifted us the absolute bops "Down" and "He Like That"—more than she probably imagined, and a whole helluva...