Normani Shuts Down Rumors of a Fifth Harmony Reunion but Says It's a 'Possibility in the Future'

Normani's former groupmate Ally Brooke previously teased a reunion before clarifying she meant the members' "relationships are slowly reuniting"

Fifth Harmony isn't coming back anytime soon — but fans shouldn't completely lose hope.

After Ally Brooke teased a possible reunion for the "Work from Home" group last year, Normani addressed the chatter in a new interview with Billboard released Tuesday, June 11.

"I don’t know. Not to my knowledge," said the "Wild Side" performer, 28. "But I definitely see that being a possibility in the future. That would be a special moment for sure."

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<p>Brad Barket/Getty Images</p> Fifth Harmony in New York City in December 2016

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Fifth Harmony in New York City in December 2016

Brooke, 30, sparked rumors of a reunion during an interview with E! News in October 2023, telling the outlet the group — which also featured Camila Cabello, Dinah Jane and Lauren Jauregui — "may be working on something" and added that whatever it is would arrive "sooner than we'd think."

Following online discussion among fans of the "Worth It" act, Brooke later clarified her comments in a social media post. "I'm thrilled to see there's a lot of interest surrounding Fifth Harmony," she wrote at the time.

The "Gone to Bed" singer continued, "Reunion has many meanings and while there's no official band reunion happening at the moment, some beautiful friendships and relationships are slowly reuniting in a healing and empowering way."

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<p>Gregg DeGuire/WireImage</p> Fifth Harmony in Los Angeles in November 2012

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Fifth Harmony in Los Angeles in November 2012

Elsewhere in Normani's latest Billboard interview, she reacted to all four of her former bandmates leaving supportive comments underneath an Instagram post about her upcoming debut album, Dopamine, telling the outlet it was "dope" to see the support.

"It’s beautiful to see everybody blossom, flourish and thrive in our solo endeavors because that was the point," she said of each member's solo career.

Norrmani also opened up to the outlet about releasing her debut solo single, "Motivation," and how the experience reminded her of Fifth Harmony — after she recently revealed to Elle that she wasn't a fan of the song.

<p>Gilbert Flores/Billboard via Getty Images</p> Normani in Los Angeles in November 2023

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Normani in Los Angeles in November 2023

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"I was in a girl group, and we weren’t able to be creative until literally the last album, and so I promised myself — I was like, ‘If God gives me the opportunity to do this my way, I’m gonna take that seriously, and I’m not gonna take that for granted.’ I want to put out music that I feel really represents me, that I’m proud of and that I can wholeheartedly champion and stand behind," she said.

"The day ‘Motivation’ came out, I definitely struggled with, ‘OK, I know what fanbase I come from, and I don’t want to neglect that but also I’m a Black girl that also represents an entire community,'" explained Normani. "So, I definitely struggled with, ‘Well, is this Black enough? Is this palatable enough?’ And I had to remind myself that I’m Normani before everything."

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