Fifth Harmony Just Canceled Their Australian Tour and Fans are Worried About a Breakup

Fifth Harmony Just Canceled Their Australian Tour and Fans are Worried About a Breakup
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After postponing their Australian tour set for October 2017, Fifth Harmony has officially canceled their dates in the country.

The delayed dates were set for March 2018, but now Ticketek, their Australian ticket distributor, has released a statement confirming they have been canceled altogether.

“TEG Live, the promoter of Fifth Harmony, has regretfully advised, due to necessary scheduling requirements, Fifth Harmony will be unable to proceed with their 2018 Australian Tour,” the statement read.

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Though the group announced they had no plans of splitting up when Camila Cabello left in late 2016, fans are on breakup watch as the ladies are taking on more and more solo projects.

Most recently, Normani Kordei signed a solo songwriting deal with Stellar Songs (Sony/ATV) and released a major collab with Khalid. However, she has nothing but amazing things to say about the group and hasn’t confirmed any split rumors.

“Everything that we’ve been through, I feel like literally it’s us against the world and that’s together and apart,” she recently told Billboard. “We’ll always have some place to call home, which is Fifth Harmony.”

We know Harmonizers feel the same way, so we’re rooting for the group to continue to slay for as long as it makes them happy to!

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Listen to Normani’s collab here.

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