Fifth Harmony is getting “personal” on their new album, according to Entertainment Weekly. But that isn’t the only place that fans can see one of the band members sharing an intimate portrait thanks to Camilla Cabello’s Instagram account.
Early Saturday, Camilla added to her already vast collection of sultry images on Instagram. Cabello shared a selfie in a bikini top, showing off her slender build in Miami during a break from her Fifth Harmony bandmates.
It’s not the first time fans of Fifth Harmony have seen Camilla appear in a bikini. Earlier this year, Cabello posted an image of her on the beach drinking from a coconut.
Camilla is especially fond of sharing sexy images from beaches in her hometown of Miami. In January, Cabello teased Fifth Harmony followers about how “freezing cold” Miami was during winter.
Camilla isn’t the only member of Fifth Harmony to share a bikini picture with the group’s followers. Normani Kordei joined Cabello last year by sharing a photo of herself in a bikini to her Instagram followers.
Camila has regularly shared her life through social media when clothed. Images appeared earlier this year of Cabello and another famous singer in gal pal Taylor Swift. The two have hung out since Camila Cabello first hit the musical scene, including earlier this year for a girls’ night in, according to the Inquisitr.
Sharing intimate photographs isn’t the only thing on the horizon for Fifth Harmony and Camila Cabello. After the band released their newest single “Work From Home,” Fifth Harmony will release a highly-anticipated sophomore album later this year.
The new album – 7/27 – hits retail outlets May 20, 2016. The album’s title is derived from the date the band formed on the American version of The X-Factor (July 27, 2012). While the band isn’t saying much about the follow-up to Reflections, Fifth Harmony member Normani Kordei is dishing on what makes this album so special to the band.
“We’ve had a lot more creative say. It’s more personal than the last.”
Camilla Cabello agreed with the sentiment. “I think on the Reflection album, and since we got off of X-Factor, we tried to establish what the sound was for Fifth Harmony. What best represented us. With our first album, you heard the 808 urban-leaning drums as a skeleton in some of the songs, like ‘Boss’ and ‘Worth It.’ You can hear that now in ‘Work From Home,’ and you’re gonna be hearing an expansion of that.”
Ally Brooke Hernandez added that vulnerability is also at play in the group’s latest compilation. Hernandez added that the inclusion of a ballad was something all of the Fifth Harmony members insisted on including for 7/27.
“People will get a deeper insight into who we are. We talk about topics from love to heartbreak to confusion about someone. The main thing for all of us was having a ballad, a slower song. Finally, they get to hear more of a vulnerable side to us! We didn’t really have that in Reflection, and that’s something we all fought for.”
The album isn’t the only time that Ally has shared personal information with Fifth Harmony fans. Earlier this year, Hernandez spilled several secrets about the band, including which member of the band had a bladder issue on-stage, the Inquisitr reported.
Fifth Harmony has been lauded for their fresh style, earning numerous awards over the past year for their success. Included in that list was a recent award at the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards, earning the band more than just a trophy during their acceptance speech.
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