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2 February 2018, 14:35
Camila's definitely out with the old and in with the new.
Camila Cabello has been enjoying success as a soloist and has been growing from strength to strength since the release of her self titled album, 'Camila', and not surprisingly her former band Fifth Harmony are the least of her worries.
So much so that she "definitely" won’t be performing any of her Fifth Harmony songs when she goes on tour, which we’re definitely not mad about. After all she is her own person now and that’s in the past.
Speaking to NME, when asked about artists that reinvent their old group hits on tour to 'make them feel relevant again', she replied: "I honestly have never even thought about that. I don’t know, I feel like this is such a new… chapter of me."
Even though Camila’s split from the now four piece band was anything but amicable, she claims that being in the band helped her get to where she is right now.
Speaking on Good Morning America last week, she explained: "I would not be the person that I am right now; I would not have been ready for this.
"I feel like being part of a group teaches you so many things about yourself, ironically. You never want to be the one that sucks."
While you're here, here's a clip of Camila talking about that Ed Sheeran track that didn't make the album...