Camila Cabello and Fifth Harmony can't even sit near each other
The bad blood persists
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Leaving Fifth Harmony was probably the best thing Camila Cabello could do for her career, but even two years later it seems the feud is still fresh.
According to TMZ, Cabello was purposely seated quite far from Fifth Harmony members Lauren Jauregui and Normani at the American Music Awards. Naturally, as a huge winner of the night, Cabello was seated in the front row, while the other girls were in totally different sections.
There's reportedly bad blood leftover between them after Cabello's messy exit from the group in 2016. Fifth Harmony claimed she gave them no warning and blindsided them, while the 'Havana' singer released a statement saying that she was "shocked" at the group's claims. Cabello insisted that everyone knew she was leaving, and that she was sad to end things in such a bad way.
As a winner of four awards—New Artist of the Year, Collaboration of the Year, Video of the Year, and Favorite Pop/Rock Song—it's doubtful that Cabello had much time to think about Fifth Harmony, who didn't even earn one nomination.
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