Although Fifth Harmony is still very much together, fans constantly worry if the girls branching out to do their own solo music will have an effect on the band’s future. Without so much as a hesitation Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei, Dinah Jane, and Lauren Jauregui have reassured Harmonizers that nothing would break up the group, and nothing will according to Lauren. In a new interview with ET Online, the “Strangers” singer explained that the girls are nothing but supportive of the different and creative ways each of them has looked to express themselves as an individual.

“We’re at such an amazing place harmoniously with each other with communication and support for one another. We’ve grown so much over the past year even, and I love genuinely being able to explore myself and know that my girls are there for me,” Lauren said. Honestly, it’s hard to expect anything less from the girls. The love they have for one another is one of the best things about their friendships.

“It’s really cool, because we’re branching out to creatively discover ourselves, because we never really got an opportunity to do that since we started this when we were…I was like 16 when I started. It's cool to be able to give each other that space to really explore ourselves individually and grow,” Lauren continued to say. In the past, the singer has said that being in the group has held her back a bit creatively, but knowing that there’s nothing but love between her and the girls when she or either one of them want to do something completely their own must be amazing.

Worries of any one person leaving the group should be a thing of the past. Besides, solo music from each of the girls in addition to the stuff they've released as a group just means that there's even more tracks to rock out to. What could be better, tbh?

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