Fifth Harmony Join Maverick Management In Light Of Split Rumors

The girls of Fifth Harmony are not splitting up anytime soon. While other popular bands are making big headlines today for disbanding, 5H is set on releasing their second studio album and switching things up in their music career.

The girls of 5H have joined Maverick Management and are not intending to break up anytime soon. Maverick Management took to Twitter to share a photo of the members Ally Brooke, Dinah Jane, Camila Cabello, Lauren Jauregui, and Normani Kordei, along with the announcement: “Welcome to the Maverick family, @FifthHarmony!”

The U.S. girl group is now part of the management label, which includes high-power managers such as Larry Rudolph (Britney Spears, Miley Cyrus), Ron Laffitte (Alicia Keys, Pharrell Williams), and Gee Robertson (Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj), according to a PopCrush report. Fifth Harmony was previously represented by Jared Paul at Faculty Productions.

The girls have yet to comment on the news about their new management. But 5H’s fans can breathe a sigh of relief knowing that their beloved girl group is not breaking up anytime soon. Fifth Harmony has been the center of split rumors, indicating that Camila, Lauren, or Normani were going to be the first ones to leave in favor for their own solo careers.

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NEW YORK, NY - DECEMBER 11: (L-R) Camila Cabello, Ally Brooke, Dinah-Jane Hansen, Normani Hamilton and Lauren Jauregui of Fifth Harmony perform onstage during the Billboard Women in Music Luncheon on December 11, 2015 in New York City. (Photo by Nicholas Hunt/Getty Images for Billboard)

A viral video featured Lauren performing stripped down versions of Lady Gaga’s popular hits. The video had fans thinking that she was going to leave Fifth Harmony to start her solo career. It was then reported that the video was taken before Lauren even joined Fifth Harmony.

Camila Cabello has also been the reason of split rumors. Fans have wondered if she’s going to leave the group so she can chase her dreams of being a pop star. Cabello has been making music and making the romance rumors swirl with musician Shawn Mendes. The two have been topping the charts with their hit song, “I Know What You Did Last Summer.”

The singer also caused the split rumors to swirl more when she hinted to Latina Magazine that Fifth Harmony won’t last forever.

“We’ve been together for basically three years now and looking back… we’re very, very happy with where we’re right now. But from here on out, we wanna hopefully win a couple more awards together… maybe build more music together as well… But I feel like we’ll probably go our separate ways later on. That’s the truth.”

She also talked about the pressures of being in a “manufactured band,” which is probably why the girls decided to join a new management team. But then Camila had to deny the split rumors last month at KIIS FM’s Jingle Ball in Los Angeles.

“We’re working on our second album right now. We are in the last few days recording. You’re going to be hearing new music very soon, and that’s that.”

Fifth Harmony also sat down for an interview with Madrid’s Europa FM, where they answered questions from their fans. Dinah Jane was asked where the girls see themselves in five years. That’s when she hinted that 5H may stay together, but they won’t be together for too long.

“We’ve been together for basically three years now, and looking back, we’re very, very happy with where we’re at right now. But from here on out, we just wanna see – we just wanna hopefully win a couple more awards together; maybe building more music together, as well, before we … I feel like we’ll probably go our separate ways maybe later on.”

The girls of Fifth Harmony have taken time from their busy music careers to reflect back on the year 2015. The singers released a video from Awesomeness TV on Twitter, which shows their top 10 favorite moments from the past year. Fans are looking forward to what they have in store in 2016, especially on their new album.

What are your thoughts on Fifth Harmony joining Maverick Management? Do you think they will last the five-year mark? Sound off below in the comments section.

[Photo by Alexander Tamargo/Getty Images for iHeartMedia]