Camila Cabello Discusses Not Wanting to 'Ruin the Dream' of Fifth Harmony With Behind-the-Scenes Talk in New Interview

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Camila Cabello attends the 2017 Latin American Music Awards - press room held at Dolby Theatre on Oct. 26, 2017 in Hollywood, Calif.

Sorry, no tea to spill here Fifth Harmony fans. In an interview with Rolling Stone, ex-Fifth Harmony member Camila Cabello tiptoed around details about her departure from the group telling the publication, "I don't like to ruin the dream." 

Cabello left Fifth Harmony back in 2016 and has since gone on to achieve major success as a solo artist with her hit song "Havana" and soon to be released self-titled album, Camila, but she is still getting over the hurt of her split with the now-four member group.

"They believed in something that's beautiful," Cabello commented about fans of the group that formed back in 2012 before comparing her former group to that of One Direction where she said "nobody really saw behind the scenes. You just see the dream." Cabello also refuses to say whether she quit the group or was thrown out of it. 

Only time will tell what really went down between Cabello and her former group members but it certainly can be said that she is set for a busy and rewarding 2018, not filled with drama or looking back in anger or regret.