Fifth Harmony performed publicly for the first time Wednesday without original member Camila Cabello.
Fifth Harmony performed at the People's Choice Awards Wednesday night, showcasing each of the four remaining singers: Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei, Dinah Jane and Lauren Jauregui. Performing their massive hit "Work from Home", each singer began the song in their own highlighted box, and each got the chance to showcase their vocal skills.
The group changed up the beginning of the song, which featured Cabello singing, "I ain't worried 'bout nothin' / I ain't wearin' na nada." and instead performed in unison: "We ain't worried 'bout nothin' / We ain't worried 'bout nada."
While diehard Fifth Harmony fans may have needed a little time to get used to Fifth Harmony as a foursome, without Cabello, the group showed by the end of their performance that they will be continuing on just fine.
After their performance, Fifth Harmony were given the award Favorite Group, beating out the likes of The Chainsmokers, Coldplay, Panic! at the Disco and Twenty One Pilots.
"This means the absolute world to us. We wanna thank our Harmonizers for everything that they do for us," Kordei said in their speech. "We would be nothing without you. Please believe that."
"We wanna thank our families, our team ... some amazing people," Jauregui added. "Thank you for everything, anyone who's supported us. We love you guys. Thank you. So much to come, so stay tuned!"
There was no mention of Cabello in the speech.
Fifth Harmony announced that Cabello was leaving the quintet back in December, tweeting, "After 4 and a half years of being together, we have been informed via her representatives that Camila has decided to leave Fifth Harmony. We wish her well." This kicked off a back-and-forth in the public eye, with Cabello posting on Instagram that she had informed the band she was leaving beforehand.
The rest of Fifth Harmony then clapped back with their own Instagram post, revealing that they had requested group counseling, to which Cabello never showed up.
Regardless, both Fifth Harmony and Cabello will be putting out music in 2017.