When Fifth Harmony announced that Camila Cabello would be leaving the group, it was definitely a time of mixed emotions. On the one hand, fans knew it was going to be super exciting to hear what the songstress' solo music was going to sound like, since she's such an amazing songwriter but at the same tie, it was bittersweet. The days of there being five OG members in the group were over and it was time for Lauren Jauregui, Normani Kordei, Dina Jane Hansen and Ally Brooke Hernandez to start anew, with just the four of them.

Since this rather dramatic departure went down, Camila has released two songs form her upcoming album "Crying In the Club" and "I Have Questions" and 5H has dropped their first song as a four-piece band, "Down." And all three tracks are super different, yet all jams of course! Camila was actually recently asked in an interview with 92.3 AMP Radio the one music-related question everyone has truly been dying to know: has she listened to 5H's new tune yet? Well, tbh it was all a bit awkward but she handled it like a total pro.

"I've heard some snippets of it, I haven't had the chance to hear the whole thing yet, but I thought it was pretty cool. Yeah," Camila said.

She was then asked if it felt "weird" hearing their new song well, without her voice on it.

"Not really because i feel like it's just been a natural evolution and I wish the best for them and I'm sure they're going to kill it and I'm super happy making my music. So it doesn't feel weird, it feels natural," she said.

The overall vibe:

miss jay yikes

Camila and the remaining member of Fifth Harmony have all moved on so it's always going to be a bit awk when they're asked about each other. The 5H questions didn't stop there though, since the interview continued on bringing up the past, asking her if she had any regrets about how things went down when it was officially announced that she was parting ways with the group. There were some rather intense Twitter and Instagram messages that pretty much made it seem like there was drama with the girls, or at least when it came time for Camila to leave.

"Obviously I wish it wouldn't have been like that because I just [want] peace but like I said, I wish them the best," the songstress said.

Camila is forever a class act and no matter what went down between her, Ally Brooke, Normani, Lauren and Dinah Jane is between them. She most likely will never speak badly about her former bandmates or their new musical journey, and they won't either, so that's what matters most here. No public dragging is coming from these ladies.