Camila Cabello Calls Fifth Harmony's 2017 MTV VMAs Diss "Petty"

Camila Cabello Calls Fifth Harmony's 2017 MTV VMAs Diss

Camila Cabello has no doubt taken off since her departure from Fifth Harmony.

But fashion overshadowed music as Camila Cabello left The Tonight Show in on Wednesday evening, shortly after entertaining fans with another characteristically raunchy performance. "It definitely hurt my feelings", the 20-year-old told the publication. "She has got a great voice and she has a great attitude". Nope. She's made a decision to let that moment go to make room for all the awesome things going on in her life.

She said: "At first I thought it was gonna be, like, a sad-song album".

Cabello announced on December 18, 2016, that she was leaving the band after the final stop of their Jingle Ball tour.

After attending writing sessions with producers such as Diplo and Cashmere Cat, "it became clear that it was not possible to do solo stuff and be in the group at the same time". Then the more I got into the year, it just was better. Her 2017 single, "Havana", hit No. 2 on the Billboard charts, and her debut album, Camila, drops on January 12.

In the Twitter statement, remaining band-members Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei, Lauren Jauregui, and Dinah Jane said: 'After 4 and a half years of being together, we have been informed via her representatives that Camila has chose to leave Fifth Harmony. "I just wanted to do that and it did not work". Why?'... I have to make space for the good stuff to happen in my life... She said she had expressed her desire to write songs for the group as well as for her solo album but was continuously shut down.

Since striking out on her own, Cabello has learned to do things her way. According to Ally Brooke, who is still part of Fifth Harmony, the move of pushing the other member off the stage was symbolic that the group won't be adding another member. "And obviously, Blake Lively is a queen".

Be sure to check out the "Havana" hitmaker's eponymous debut solo album dropping January 12! The single is also the longest song to top the pop charts since Taylor Swift's smash hit "I Knew You Were Trouble". I love your voice.